Statue of Liberty Activity

Statue of Liberty Activity
Statue of Liberty Activity
Statue of Liberty Activity
Statue of Liberty Activity
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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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Statue of Liberty Activity
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