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Assignment 3:

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john-paul gayford

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Assignment 3:
LO: To introduce the Assignment 3 task.
A response to a text or texts of approximately two sides of A4 in total, chosen by the Centre.
The text(s) should contain facts, opinions and arguments. Candidates respond by selecting, analysing and evaluating the content of the text(s).
Write a letter in response to Nick Griffin's
website introduction to the British National Party.
This means - we must:
Treat the lesson seriously.
Treat the work seriously.
Make sure all handouts are stuck into your book.
Not leave anything lying around.
We will have to:
Look closely at the introduction.
Look at how Nick Griffin uses words to try to convince people that he is right.
Write about how he uses words to manipulate people.
Write about ways of showing that he is wrong in his views on immigration, religion and nationality.
Immigrant Children Are A Positive Influence In The
Classroom, Study Finds

The Huffington Post UK

The truth about immigration: it's good for Britain

There are valid concerns about population growth, public services and community cohesion – but the economic case for immigration is clear, writes Gavin Barwell MP
Recent immigrants to UK 'make net contribution' BBC
Immigrants to the UK since 2000 have made a "substantial" contribution to public finances, a report says.

The study by University College London said recent immigrants were less likely to claim benefits and live in social housing than people born in Britain.

The authors said rather than being a "drain", their contribution had been "remarkably strong".

Johnson Beharry, VC
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