Spotlight on Immigration
12-Interactive eBook set Grades 4–8
From Native American migration and the transatlantic slave trade to the industrial revolution and growth of American cities, this set shines a light on immigrants and migrant groups in America from colonial times through the 20th century. Readers will delve into the push/pull factors that caused them to leave their homes for the new land.
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African American Migrations in North America
LEARNERS WILL EXPERIENCE…
- Primary sources including photos and videos of historic cities, recordings of famous figures such as Ella Fitzgerald, Martin Luther King Jr., and more
- Biographies of key figures in each immigrant group’s history with text at varied reading complexities
- Dynamic timelines that establish sequence of important events in state, U.S., and world history
EDUCATORS WILL APPRECIATE…
- Curriculum connections: correlated to national and state social studies standards; Common Core Standards in ELA and History/Social Studies
- Easy classroom integration: instructional materials by veteran educators focus on essential questions and inquiry-based learning to support the C3 Framework for Social Studies State Standards