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    U6.LP4: Immigration U6.LP4: Immigration Presentation Transcript

    • Warm-Up
    • ANNOUNCEMENT
      If you need to increase your grade, make sure to come to one of the after school tutoring sessions.
      Unit 2 Review, Tuesday, May 3rd (TODAY!!!)
      Unit 3 Review, Thursday, May 5th
      Unit 4 Review, Tuesday, May 10th
      Unit 5 Review, Thursday, May 12th
      Unit 1 Review AGAIN, Tuesday, May 17th
    • ANNOUNCEMENT
      Senior Final will be on:
      Monday, May 9 for B-Day
      Tuesday, May 10th for A-Day
    • Unit 6: Public and Foreign Policy
      Vocabulary Review
      Immigration
      Public Assistance
      Structure and Organization of Congress
      Foreign Policy
      Structure and Judicial Review
      Land Use and Zoning
      International Organizations
      Affirmative Action and Equity
      Environmental Policy
    • Students will analyze facts on immigration and Arizona’s Senate Bill 1070 in order to write a persuasive letter to the Governor of Arizona and President Obama.
      Objective
    • Objective and Warm-Up
      Frayer Model
      Cornell Notes
      Pros and Cons of Immigration
      Letter to Obama
      Exit Slip
      Agenda
    • Frayer Model
    • Objective and Warm-Up
      Frayer Model
      Cornell Notes
      Pros and Cons of Immigration
      Letter to Obama
      Exit Slip
      Agenda
    • We are going to complete a brief reading in order to take our notes for the day.
      Start with finding the supporting details and then go back to look at the big picture.
      Look for facts, dates, events, people, and opinions.
      We will then review our notes in order to identify main points and ideas.
      Cornell Notes
    • Cornell Notes
      Supporting Details
      Main Idea
    • Objective and Warm-Up
      Frayer Model
      Cornell Notes
      Pros and Cons of Immigration
      Letter to Obama
      Exit Slip
      Agenda
    • You will be introduced to a number of facts and figures on immigration in the United States.
      You must determine if the facts are for (PRO) or against (CON) immigration.
      Secondly, determine if the fact is Social, Economic, or Political.
      You will use these facts to write a letter to President Obama and the governor of Arizona.
      Pros and Cons of Immigration
    • Objective and Warm-Up
      Frayer Model
      Cornell Notes
      Pros and Cons of Immigration
      Letter to Obama / Jan Brewer
      Exit Slip
      Agenda
    • Letters to legislators should have at least three paragraphs and be no more than 1 page.
      Introduce yourself and why you’re writing.
      Make your argument and support with evidence.
      Thank them for considering your opinion.
      ALWAYS be positive and businesslike.
      Writing a Letter
    • A Letter to AZ Governor Jan Brewer
      Do you support or oppose the immigration policies of Arizona?
    • HEADING EXAMPLE
      Fairmont Heights High School
      1401 Nye St.
      Capitol Heights, MD 20473
      Legislator’s Address
      (2 spaces)
      Dear Honorable (full name) (address him/her correctly):
      OUR LETTER
      The Heading
    • P1:
      State the reason for your letter in the first sentence and the bill # you’d like him her to support and/or brief description. Mention you are a voter in his/her district and you feel it important that he/she knows why this issue is important to you.
      OUR LETTER
      Paragraph 1: The Introduction
    • P2:
      State reasons he/she should support your position. Use facts and references to support your opinion.
      OUR LETTER
      Paragraph 2: The Argument
    • P3:
      Thank him/her for their support. Tell him her you look forward to his/her response to this issue. Make compelling final statement in support of your position.
      OUR LETTER
      Paragraph 3: The Thank You
    • Closure:
      Sincerely,
      (4 spaces)
      Sign your name
      Print your name
      Student, Fairmont Heights High School
      OUR LETTER
      Closure
    • Finish your letter to the President of the United States.
      Hand it in so that we can mail the letter to him!!!
      If you get a response from the President, we will bump your grade by one whole letter.
      HOMEWORK
    • Exit Slip
      Legislation promoting immigration would most likely cause
      a decrease in economic activity
      an increase in cultural diversity
      a decrease in population growth
      an increase in available housing