Country of Origin Comparison

Students acquire facts about U.S. demographics, they interpret statistics, develop hypotheses and build supporting arguments regarding the shifting of ratios of national origins of immigrants. The hypotheses should consider driving forces including: world politics and economies, human rights issues, population density, technology, American attitudes toward foreigners and U.S. law.

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