Part 1- making the bar graph is completed in class
Part 3- discussing the data and interpreting it for discussion, done in class
Part 2- YOU have to...
1) track your migration, your parents migration, father before mother and mother before father.
-if you have bounced around the city of Chicago, you can include moves from neighborhood to neighborhood.
2) write up an ethnicity background/migration background
3) ILLUSTRATE the routes (use different colors) to show the different migration streams
-if you've only lived in Chicago, you can't really show that stream on a map of that size. So that's ok.
STUDENT CHOICE: MIGRATION ACTIVITY
choose either "Migration Reading Stations" OR "Where Should I Move?" and complete by 10/25. You cannot do both.
For Migration Reading Stations: more reading skills based, with a short article per activity (4 total).
Where Should I move asks you to evaluate information about places throughout the US and the world to determine where you would like to live and why and where in the world is experiencing in net-migration and which places are experiencing out net-migration
Extra Credit: handed out in class on monday; Should I Stay or Should I Go? Read the notes and complete the Task Rotation-due 10/25
Even if you don't do this for extra credit, it's a great review for the test Monday.