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Immigration, Risk and Reasons for Migration - A PBL Choose Your Own Adventure


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Subject Social Studies
Grade Level Grade 3
Resource Type Project Based Learning
Standards Alignment

About This Lesson

This lesson plan encourages students to learn more about the motives that brought settlers to their state or country, and to explore decisions that were made and risks that were taken in the immigration process. The purpose of  teaching this project, is to teach the students to make intentional connections to the themselves and the risks that have been taken for them and also the risks they have taken and would like to take in the future.



PBL Lesson Plan- Choosing Adventure Pathways.pdf

Project Based Learning
February 13, 2020
217.21 KB


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