INSTRUCTIONS On Monday 23rd, each student should bring all the information you can find about their topic. Eventhough two students will have the same topic, when you express your feelings or opinions they should be personalized.
Characteristics of the destination country Requirements they need follow. Which are the most common ways to get there. Reasons that emigrants might have to leave their homelands. Reasons that make them think, that moving to a different country, is the right answer to their needs. CONTENTS
Family issues and problems that people who arrive in a country have to cope with. What did you learn from this research Comments and opinions Suggestions for goverments in order to make people feel safe in their homelands. CONTENTS
Each group will work on different topics, but all of them SHOULD cover the same contents A. Ecuadorian migration to the United States of America B. Ecuadorian migration to Australia C. Ecuadorian migration to Argentina. D. Ecuadorian migration to Spain. E. Ecuadorian migration to Italy. TOPICS
F. Ecuadorian migration to Chile G, Euadorian migration to Canada H. Cubans’ migration to the United States of America I. Puerto Rican’s migration to the United States of America. TOPICS
WORK’ GROUPS TOPIC A: Ivanna Lèrtora- Ronnie Melo TOPIC B: Angel Chen - Fernando Errazuriz – Julissa Ortiz TOPIC C: Christian Gòmez - Christopher Leon TOPIC D: Camilla Hollander- Jose L.Laje TOPIC E: Adriàn Noboa - Amalia Moncayo TOPIC F: Gaby Navarro – Vivia Lascano – Jeffrey Riera TOPIC G: Maytee Salazar - Juan C. Tapia
WORK’ GROUPS TOPIC H: Jonathan Sanìn - Milenca Arreaga TOPIC I: Melissa Paredes – Emilio Proaño – Paulina Sarzoza TOPIC A : Luis F Over - Kevin Garcia TOPIC B: Roberto Game- David Torres TOPIC C: Pablo Alvarez - Andrea Bravo TOPIC D: Jaime Acevedo- Daniela Nivela TOPIC E: Carla Cabrera -Daniel Ojeda
WORK’ GROUPS TOPIC G: Pedro Tutivèn - Rody Campozano TOPIC F:Adriana Zambrano - Domenica Molina