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L4 emily and peter rf.1pptx
L4 emily and peter rf.1pptx
L4 emily and peter rf.1pptx
L4 emily and peter rf.1pptx
L4 emily and peter rf.1pptx
L4 emily and peter rf.1pptx
L4 emily and peter rf.1pptx
L4 emily and peter rf.1pptx
L4 emily and peter rf.1pptx
L4 emily and peter rf.1pptx
L4 emily and peter rf.1pptx
L4 emily and peter rf.1pptx
L4 emily and peter rf.1pptx
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  • 1. European Migration
  • 2. European Migration For your books……. • Between 2004-2006, 265,000 Polish migrants came into the UK. There are many positives and negatives of having more diverse communities. • Poland joined the EU in 2004, making it easier for Poles to come into the EU. Since then the economy in Poland has improved and many Poles are now considering returning home to be back with their families.
  • 3. ANSWERS
  • 4. WORDSEARCH
  • 5. What is the impact of migration on the UK?youtube clip on impacts
  • 6. What is the impact of migration on the UK? • Sort out the statements into the costs and benefits of migration for the three groups– be careful as some of these are tricky! the poles are coming FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM FOR THE MIGRANTS (THE PEOPLE WHO MOVE) AND THEIR FAMILIES FOR POLAND ADVANTAGES BENEFITS GOOD THINGS  Polish migrants are willing to work for a low wage DISADVANTAGES COSTS PROBLEMS  Polish migrants often live together in one house and this can cause parking problems in the neighbourhood Some things are more expensive to buy in the UK
  • 7. Homework • Draw a cartoon to illustrate some of these issues.
  • 8. WHO ARE EMILY AND PETER? • Emily and her husband Peter lived in the city of Torun, Poland • Emily migrated to the UK in 2005 and her husband Peter soon joined her. • They had a baby girl in January 2007 and by March 2007 they had settled in rented accommodation in High Wycombe, UK. • But WHY did they move? Push Factors – things that encourage or force people to leave an area Pull Factors – things that attract people to an area In pairs sort out the factors that influenced Emily and Peter’s migration into two groups: ‘Push Factors’ ‘Pull Factors’ Decide which 2 push factors and which two pull factors you think were the most important out of this list.
  • 9. Role Play • In groups of three/four you will be given cards representing a number of opinions on whether Emily and Peter should stay or go. • You have 15 minutes to create a short role- play to perform in front of the class to explain this point of view.
  • 10. You Decide • Using all the information from the last two lessons, you must decide whether Emily and Peter should stay in the UK or return to Poland. • Write down what your decision is and explain it by looking at the main advantages and disadvantages. (3/4 to 1 side of writing). • Paragraph 1 advantages for staying in UK • Paragraph 2 disadvantages of UK • Paragraph 3 Advantages of returning to Poland • Paragraph 4 disadvantages of returning to Poland • Final Decision…should Emily stay or should she go?
  • 11. What do the words mean? Dorywczy Ekonomia Korzysci Koszt Migracja Mozliwosci Niekorzysci Okazja Polska Polski Praca Pracownicy Zatrudnienie Zycie Economy Disadvantages Possibilities Cost Opportunity Poland Work Migration Employee Life Casual Polish Employment Advantages

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