Immigration Simulation

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WHAT YOU GET

If you like role playing, then this is the simulation for you. This Immigration Simulation is for students to get a taste of what it might have been like to come to America through Ellis and Angel Islands during the time period 1880s-1920s. It compares the difference and similarities experienced by immigrants coming through the two different immigration processing centers in New York and California. The entire simulation takes 90 minutes. I have also included a BONUS day 2 plan!

★ Station and Role Cards

★ Pictures to Hang on Classroom Door

★ Materials List

★ Ellis and Angel Island Presentations

★ Foldable with How to Video

★ Parent Volunteer Letter

★ Bonus Day 2 Lesson

★ Reflection Letter & Political Cartoon


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Total Pages
24 pages
Answer Key
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