• Key Vocab
• How to best use the map
• KEY VOCABULARY!!!
• Immigration: the process of people establishing homes, and
often citizenship, in a country that is not their native
What is immigration?
• Why would you leave your country?
• Why would you come to Canada?
• See the graph on page 167
• What does this say about why Canada wants immigrants?
• Take a look at the objectives at the bottom of the page
• Identify 1 objective you think is most important for Canada when
accepting immigrants. Why?
• Identify 1 objective you think is the least important for Canada
when accepting immigrants. Why?
• But there’s a reason that I haven’t talked to that person
• In your partners, answer the following questions:
• What would be the hardest thing to adjust to if you
• What should Canada do to help immigrants who have
arrived in the country?
• Do you think Canada should have a more open or more
closed immigration policy? Why?
• KEY VOCAB!!!! On page 168
• Once done writing down definitions, proceed to the following tasks. To
be handed in as formative assessment at the end of the class (on the same
piece of paper)
• TASK 1:
• Read the purple box in the bottom of the page. In your own words describe
the difference between a law and a policy.
• TASK 2:
• Answer the bolded question at the top of the page after you have read the
• TASK 3
• Try and come up with one challenge that may also occur with increased
immigration. Why is this a challenge, how can we solve it?
• You can put away your stuff…(one person needs a pen)
• And sit with ONE person you want to work with (or I
guess 2 but definitely not 3, if you try that then you go on
When you get back