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Immigration Today

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Hannah Bentley-Keeven

on 24 February 2014

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Transcript of Immigration Today

Listening for Percentages and Fractions
Look at the BLUE BOX on page 63
Now let's look at page 65
We are going to listen to interviews from recent immigrants to the U.S.

We will hear them talk about:
their reasons for coming to the U.S.
adapting to life in the U.S.
Let's look at page 62
Do you know any immigrants to the U.S.?
Why do people immigrate to the U.S. today?
Immigration Today
Look at Part B on page 63
Answer questions 1 - 3 on your own.
Sergey Brin
One of the two men who CREATED Google....

Yea, he's an immigrant!
How has it changed?
We are going to read about immigration to the U.S. since 1965.
We will also look at statistics and graphs concerning recent immigration.
Now, listen and follow along to the passage on page 62 and 63.
A little about Sergey Brin...
Immigrated from Moscow, Russia
Why?
Institutionalized Anti-Semitism
(the government was against Jews)
Sergey is Jewish
He came to the U.S. in 1979 (he was 6 years old)
Helped create Google with a fellow graduate student at Stanford University
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