In this lesson on the experiences and contributions of immigrants to the United States, elementary students explore the reasons why people volutarily or were forced to move to a new country, both earlier in history and recently. Using primary sources spanning 100 years, students generate questions and look for answers. Students will also interview adults in their lives or at school about their own immigration stories.
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