Students explore the history of immigration to the United States and recent U.S. immigration policy as they consider the complexities of U.S. immigration policy and prepare to articulate their own views about this issue.
Independent Schools Association of the Central States Annual Conference // Teaching About Immigration in Partisan Times
Immigration is often at the center of American partisanship. Effective teaching of immigration requires historical perspective, media literacy, political savvy, and a global grasp of human rights. Explore strategies, sources, discussion prompts, and curriculum for teaching about immigration and receive a digital edition of Brown University’s Choices Program unit, Immigration and the U.S. Policy Debate, which culminates in students formulating their own ideas on the future of U.S. immigration policy.
Presenter: Delia Pergande, Choices Teaching Fellow
A one-year Digital Editions license for Immigration and the U.S. Policy Debate is provided to all who attend.
“Thanks for reinforcing my belief that Choices materials are among the very best available. You really make it look easy to lead a class using them! It truly was a valuable experience and day well-spent.”
– Mike O., Connecticut
Curriculum from the Choices Program is appropriate for middle and high school social studies educators. This session is for grades 8-12.