Asian Immigration to the United States
A document-based teaching unit
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Students examine laws regulating Asian immigration, including the landmark 1965 act, global forces affecting immigration, and anecdotal accounts of motivations of immigrants. Chart and graph analysis and a simulation formulating a sound immigration policy for the 21st century, set the experience of Asian immigration in the wider context of the general immigrant experience. Issues presented are critical to an understanding of a common American heritage.
Lesson 1: The Asian American Immigrants
Lesson 2: Regulating Asian Immigration
Lesson 3: Global Forces and Asian Immigration
Lesson 4: Why Do Asians Come to the United States?
Lesson 5: The Future of Immigration Policy
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