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Voices of Immigrant Storytellers: Teaching Guide for Middle and High Schools (10 Lessons)

$9.99

This unique teaching guide utilizes the perspectives of modern-day immigrants from Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin America. Our diverse storytellers demonstrate the wide range of occupations and immigration statuses within the immigrant community. Our lessons engage all five senses through explorations of multicultural food and music while keeping personal storytelling at its core. It is authored by accomplished educators and curriculum develops—including first and second generation immigrants from Africa, Eastern Europe, and Central America—who have added firsthand experiences of the immigration process to each lesson. In line with the National Common Core Standards, these lessons are perfectly suited for grades 6-12. All proceeds of sales will go towards recording new digital stories, furthering the mission of Green Card Voices.

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This unique teaching guide utilizes the perspectives of modern-day immigrants from Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin America. Our diverse storytellers demonstrate the wide range of occupations and immigration statuses within the immigrant community. Our lessons engage all five senses through explorations of multicultural food and music while keeping personal storytelling at its core. It is authored by accomplished educators and curriculum develops—including first and second generation immigrants from Africa, Eastern Europe, and Central America—who have added firsthand experiences of the immigration process to each lesson. In line with the National Common Core Standards, these lessons are perfectly suited for grades 6-12. All proceeds of sales will go towards recording new digital stories, furthering the mission of Green Card Voices.

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