In light of recent debates over immigration in the upcoming election, my students find this to be an incredibly thought-provoking activity. Students will read twelve different opinions related to immigration and citizenship. They will then be forced to think about, and circle where they fall on the continuum of “strongly agree” to “strongly disagree.” They must explain why they placed themselves where they did, as they are called upon to justify their answers. This document is editable, so you can add any opinions you wish or take out any you feel may not be appropriate for the students in your class. I usually use this as an introduction to my government class when we discuss what it means to be a citizen in the United States.