Examining both the history of immigration and immigration’s effect on contemporary society, this thought-provoking resource offers 11 well-organized, easy-to-teach lessons with reproducible handouts and a review exam with short answer, fill-in, and essay questions. Lesson titles include "Coming to America," "American Xenophobia: The Immigrant Threat," "The Melting Pot vs. the Salad Bowl," and "The Impact of Illegal Immigration." Lessons include objectives, teacher notes, learning extensions, and worksheets with background readings, questions, and varied activities. Grades 8–12. Bibliography with websites. Spiralbound. 8½" x 11". Center for Learning. 86 pages. ©2009.
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