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C MIGRATION Unit 2, Lesson 4. Smart Start If you could move anywhere in the world, where would you go? Why? Identify your own personal push and pull factors.

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1 C MIGRATION Unit 2, Lesson 4

2 Smart Start If you could move anywhere in the world, where would you go? Why? Identify your own personal push and pull factors – at least two of each!

3 Today’s Objectives SWBAT differentiate between the different types of migration. SWBAT identify the main causes of migration.

4 Keep in mind… Class today is going to use a lot of information that we’ve been discussing this year. You need to make sure that we are focusing on being KNOWLEDGEABLE – that we are thinking to what you do know, and applying it today and making some awesome connections!

5 Brainpop! http://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/culture/immigration/preview.weml

6 Vocabulary: Migration Migration is movement from one place to another.

7 Vocabulary: Emigration Emigration is moving OUT of a place.

8 Vocabulary: Immigration Immigration is moving INTO a place.

9 Important Questions What is the difference between EMIGRATION and IMMIGRATION?

10 Draw it!

11 Group work Read the paragraph in order to fill out the boxes.

12 Hmm…Big Thoughts How do push and pull factors connect to the two different types of migration?

13 Independent Practice 1.All right, who has the next birthday? If your birthday is next, you get IMMIGRATION If your birthday is not next, you get EMMIGRATION 2.Create a comic that represents the vocabulary word you have been assigned. 3.Your comic must contain: A minimum of THREE panels Words, can be a dialogue (more than one person) or monologue (one person talking) It should be EXTREMELY CLEAR whether your person is EMIGRATING or IMMIGRATING

14 Check you out! SWBAT differentiate between the different types of migration.

15 Vocabulary: Voluntary Migration Voluntary migration is when people choose to move from one place to another.

16 Vocabulary: Involuntary Migration Involuntary migration is when people are forced to move from one place to another.

17 Important Questions What is an example of voluntary migration? What is an example of involuntary migration?

18 Hmm…Big Thoughts What is the difference between voluntary and involuntary migration?

19 Group Work With a partner, read and annotate the paragraphs that follow. Then, summarize the type of movement that is happening – is it voluntary or involuntary?

20 Hmm…Big Thoughts How do push and pull factors influence (or relate to) voluntary and involuntary migration?

21 Independent Work 1.Who has darker hair? The person with DARKER hair has INVOLUNTARY MIGRATION. The person with LIGHTER hair has VOLUNTARY MIGRATION. 2.Create a comic that represents the vocabulary word you have been assigned. 3.Your comic must contain: A minimum of THREE panels Words, can be a dialogue (more than one person) or monologue (one person talking) It should be EXTREMELY CLEAR whether the migration is VOLUNTARY or INVOLUNTARY

22 Today’s Objectives SWBAT differentiate between the different types of migration. SWBAT identify the main causes of migration.

23 Hmm…Big Thoughts Is migration an unalienable right?

24 Exit Ticket Three-panel Comic Strip


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