Statue of Liberty Activity

Statue of Liberty Activity
Statue of Liberty Activity
Statue of Liberty Activity
Statue of Liberty Activity
Statue of Liberty Activity
Statue of Liberty Activity
Statue of Liberty Activity
Statue of Liberty Activity
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  1. The topics in this bundle for US History focus on immigration but also cover cities and the changes they bring, immigration, nativism, reactions to immigrants, education, journalism, suffrage and more! Activities include a primary source analysis, looking at immigration through music, a creative le
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Students read Emma Lazarus' poem "Give Me Your Tired" and answer 6 creative questions about America's receipt of the Statue of Liberty, international friendship, alliances, and immigrants. This would be great for a sub!

Other tasks (in addition to re-writing Lazarus' poem) include:
-It is widely known how immigrants felt about the Statue of Liberty and what it means for America. Describe a day in 1910 from the point of view of the Statue of Liberty and discuss how the Statue of Liberty might feel about immigrants and America.
-Write a thank you letter from America to France for their gift of the Statue of Liberty.
-plus 3 more items!

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