You’re Not in Kansas Anymore
|You’re Not In Kansas Anymore
|Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives and history of immigration and use this knowledge to interact appropriately with the global community.
|Learn from Selected Countries/Cultures:
|Background information on immigration including history
Student makes a timeline of the history of immigration from a selected country.
Student compares/contrasts immigration patterns from selected countries.
Students use the internet to research immigration.
Students use the internet and other available resources to collect “family immigration stories.”
Students compile a book of “family immigration stories.”
Students interview an immigrant from a target country, including audiotaping, videotaping, and/or photographs.
Student makes a timeline of the history of immigration from a selected country, meeting specified criteria.
Student compares/contrasts immigration patterns from selected countries, meeting specified criteria.
Students compile a book of “family immigration stories,” meeting rubric criteria decided by the class.
Students present the interview conducted with an immigrant, including audiotape, videotape, and/or photographs, and share personal insights of what they learned from this project.