The Lost Boys of Sudan. Ms. Karsten Mott Hall High School 2008-2009. A PROJECT CRITICAL POWER POINT PRESENTATION. AIM: What Social Problem is represented by the world’s “Refugees”?. What are the differences between a REFUGEE and an IMMIGRANT?.
Mott Hall High School
A PROJECT CRITICAL
POWER POINT PRESENTATION
REFUGEE and an IMMIGRANT?
Refugees 2008 Immigrants 2008
Immigration refers to the movement of people among countries.
A foreign-born individual who voluntarily leaves his/her country of origin
Immigrants have to go through an application process or Green Card Lottery.
Others get it from their US based employer, by marrying US citizen or apply for asylum if eligible.
Refugee, person who is forced to leave the country in which he or she lives because of a well-founded fear of persecution.
A refugee is NOT someone displaced in their own country, displaced by natural disasters, or people who migrate voluntarily.
Using the pictures and the definitions what problems do refugees face in contrast to immigrants?
The Lost Boys by The Red Cross
One of the Largest Refugee supporters in the US- Church World Service
Identify the Causes
Using the above link from the PPA, complete the attached worksheet.
You will identify the causes of displacement (refugees) based on the following slides Evidence 1-4
Countries with highly documented cases of Refugees- What prior knowledge do you have?
Each of the following slides show evidence of a social problem related to the refugees
A “Social Problem” is a condition that adversely affects large numbers of people
For each of the following slides, determine the “social problem”
SLIDE #SOCIAL PROBLEM
CLUSTER HOMES OF REFUGEES
Refugee Camp Statistics
THE PUBLIC POLCIY ANALYST
Complete Worksheet # 1:
Defining the Social Problem
Complete Worksheet # 2:
Gathering Evidence of the Social Problem
Write an Essay using your
worksheets with the title:
African Refugees: A major Social Problem
2: EXTRA CREDIT:
Complete Worksheet #5:
Finding Solutions (click on link)