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Do Now: 1. In your own words, define immigration. 2. Now, w rite the word immigration in the middle of your paper. Then, create a word web around immigration where you write all of the words that you associate with immigration. .

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option b you may also draw the words that come to mind when you think about immigration

Do Now:1. In your own words, define immigration.2. Now, write the word immigration in the middle of your paper. Then, create a word web around immigration where you write all of the words that you associate with immigration.

Option B: You may also draw the words that come to mind when you think about immigration.

immigration
IMMIGRATION!
  • “Turn to page 88 and let’s read “Why People Immigrate” in small groups. While you are in small groups, you are to:
  • define the word immigrant and copy it in your notes.
  • If you want to work ahead of the class, you may re-read and copy down reasons why people immigrate.
key point 1
Key Point #1:
  • An immigrant is a person who moves from one country to another.
  • Immigration is the act of moving from one country to another.
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KEYPOINT #2:A push factor is a reason why immigrants are pushed away from their original country.  something is pushing them away, making them want to leave.

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Just in case you didn’t get it with the text from the book, watch this video.

  • Immigration in America: Is Anyone Truly American
  • Make sure you:
  • Define the word immigrant and copy it in your guided notes.
  • List at least 3 reasons why people immigrate in your guided notes.
immigration is
IMMIGRATION is__________________ __________________________________
people immigrate because

PEOPLE IMMIGRATE BECAUSE:

________ ________ _________

________ ________ _________

________ ________ _________

push and pull vocabulary
Push and Pull Vocabulary
  • Calamity = (noun) DISASTER
  • Example: Hurricane Irene caused a great deal of calamity in New Jersey.
push and pull vocabulary1
Push and Pull Vocabulary
  • Poverty = (noun) the state of being extremely poor
  • Example: Most homeless people live in poverty, and cannot afford the basics of life.
push and pull vocabulary2
Push and Pull Vocabulary
  • Optimism (noun) – hope
  • Someone who looks at something with optimism sees everything for the better.
push and pull vocabulary3
Push and Pull Vocabulary
  • Desperate – (adj) having very litte hope
  • Example: I was so desperate for food, that I ate a raccoon.