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Chapter 8: Migration to the United States

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Transcript of Chapter 8: Migration to the United States

Chapter 8: Migration to the United States
Mr. Poepperling
- When people emigrate, they take
with them whatever they might
have contributed to life in their home country

- The economy of that country loses productive workers and consumers
- Guest workers leave their country to work in another but not permanently stay
Immigration and Homelands People Leave Behind
How does Immigration Affect the U.S.?
Push and Pull Factors
Who is an immigrant?

Who is an emigrant?

Who is a refugee?

Where do most immigrants come from today and where do they settle in the U.S.?
Immigration and Emigration
Standards and Objectives
SS.912 G4.2, G4.3, G4.4, and G4.7
1. Explain the difference between emigration and immigration

2. Describe at least 2 political, environmental, and economic push and pull factors

3. Explain who a refugee is and give at lest one example of a refugee
Ticket out of the Door
Ch. 8 L2
1. What is the difference between emigration and
immigration?

2. Give one negative impact emigration has on a country. (When people leave a country)

3. Who is a refugee? Give an example of a refugee coming to the United States from a country in Europe.
- The first great wave of immigration began
with the founding of the United States

- The second great wave happened in the 1800's
because refugees came over in search of freedom
and work (the industrial revolution began at this time)

- The third wave started in the 1960's and continues today
Political push and political pull factors
- Give an example of both

Environmental push and pull factors
- Give an example of both


Economic push and pull factors
- Give an example of both

Family/Education push and pull factors
- Give an example of both


Immigrants

- Write down one economic impact and two cultural impacts immigrants have on the U.S.

What is diffusion?
http://www.usatoday.com/longform/news/nation/2014/10/21/diversity-race-ethnicity-change-100-years/16211133/
- Give one example of a:
- social impact
- political impact
- economic impact
that emigration has on a country

- What is brain drain?
- What are remittances?
Activity: Immigrant Role Play
- Read paragraph. about "lost boys" p. 124
-The U.S. has long depended on
immigrants for labor

- Some immigrants arrive with few skills and some are highly skilled, and they all compete with U.S. citizens for jobs (this can cause
cultural and economic problems
- Answer in your notes
Ticket out of the Door
Ch. 8 L1
1. What is the difference between an immigrant and a refugee?

2. What is one political, environmental,
and economic push and pull factor?

3. Where do most immigrants come from today?
L2
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