America is a land of immigrants. Most Americans can trace their ancestry back to an immigrant, and 40% of Americans can directly trace their ancestry back to Ellis Island!
The third major wave of immigration to the United States took place between the years of 1930-1965. People came for a variety of reasons. But world events such as World War II and the Great Depression as well as quotas put in place in the United States in the 1920s deeply affected who came and who was allowed to come.
This engaging activity pack includes:
* 15 page SmartBoard presentation focusing on immigration to the United States during 1930-1965.
* A world map for students to label
* 2 page student recording sheet for students to fill out during the SmartBoard presentation
* 2 page teacher key for the student recording sheet
This activity pack will enrich any classroom study of immigration!