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To bring the entire unit full circle for their culmination project, second-graders will interview a family member, family friend, or someone they know about that person’s immigration experience. They will use notes and recordings to create a narrative of the story and give a presentation in May.
Second graders also visited the Chinese Historical Society in Chinatown and Angel Island Immigration Station. On the field trips, students heard first-person accounts of Chinese immigrants and saw what the immigration process looked like at Angel Island from 1910 to 1940.
tudents have been asked to think about “Who are we?” “How did we get here?” and “Where are we from?”
What pushed immigrants out of their original country and what pulls may have attracted them to their new country?”