Your students will love learning about immigration during the 1900s with this engaging, no prep reading activity! This is perfect for adding literacy to your social studies curriculum because it’s academically-aligned for ELA and for social studies. Plus, it’s so easy to use that you can even leave it for sub plans!
This resource includes five activity pages and their answer keys. The passage is written at a 5th grade reading level and is accompanied with eight multiple choice questions, one graphic organizer, one constructed response, and one extended response question with a rubric and “text-based” phrases.
The objective of this activity is for students to be able to describe the reasons people immigrated to the United States, from where they emigrated, and where they settle.
This objective and resources aligns with Georgia Standards of Excellence, but can supplement many state standards.
• Passage (leveled for 5th grade) over the immigration groups that settled in the US and their push and pull factors
• Graphic Organizer for push and pull factors (x1)
• Multiple Choice Questions (x7)
• Constructed Response (x1)
• Extended Response with rubric and "text-based" sentences starters (x1)
• Answer Keys
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