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US Immigration v2


US Immigration v2

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This lesson has student explore reactions to US Immigration.  Students will explore the attitudes of Anti-immigrant groups in American history.
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Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: December 11, 2011
Date Modified in MERLOT: December 12, 2011
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Submitter: Randy Cotts
Keywords: immigration


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Primary Audience: High School
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Language: English
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Avatar for Michael Tuell
5 years ago

Michael Tuell (Staff)

Very interesting content and presentation. I liked the way your answers looped back to the question, will some feedback.I liked the illistrations and the interuptations of them.

The only constuctive critisim is I thought some slides were a little dense; full to the point of spilling over the template detail lines. In truth I found myself criticing the same thing in my presentation, so maybe its just me.

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5 years ago

S B (Student)

I think the project included a lot of great information related to immigration laws.  The inclusion of the cartoons helped with keeping attention; however, this is a topic that was difficult for me to stay mentally engaged.  I think I would've been more attentive if the quiz was interactive and allowed me to choose the correct answer and retry it if not.  Additionally, there are some slides that had a lot of words.  Maybe if the information was organized in tables or differently to catch the eye, that would've helped.

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When I opened the presentation, I had to put it in presentation mode myself.  Maybe on startup, the presentation could've been saved in kiosk mode to allow for users to open it and review it immediately.

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