This essay assignment is the culminating in-class assessment after teaching students about Hispanic Immigration in the US. It can be used together or separate from my Hispanos en los Estados Unidos PowerPoint (also available on TPT). Students will need to have learned about the difference between legal and illegal immigration, the process of receiving a visa, and the reasons that many choose to enter illegally in order to complete the essay.
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Dig deep into the content of the mid-1800’s while your students explore the essential question “How did immigrants contribute to the growth of the United States” through primary sources and background essays.
Immigration is an important topic and it's the subject of this essay contest. Eligibility: Any US resident or citizen Must have been accepted to, or is currently attending, an accredited American university or college How to Apply: Write a 800-1,200 word legal essay, in either APA or MLA format, on one of the following topics: Deportation How to Apply for a Work Visa H1B The Importance of Having an Immigration Lawyer Investment Visas Explain the different types of visas Include th...
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June Jordan (1936-2002) was a Caribbean-American poet and activist for civil rights and LGBT rights.Her poems and essays focus on growing up in a family of black immigrants in New York, faced with daily racism. She published 28 books and taught at Yale and UC-Berkeley. At Berkeley she founded the “Poetry for the People” programme to encourage students to use poetry as a means of self-expression.