- Interview parents about family history and record results
- Display results using timeline, bar graph, and maps
- Listen to and discuss read-aloud books
- Create artwork to show what they have learned
An international luncheon is one way to celebrate diversity and conclude this unit. Ask parents and adult co-workers to prepare a dish from another country to share at the luncheon. Invite parents to join you. We had everything from pizza to fried rice to enchiladas. We ended our celebration with a piñata.
Have students practice their listening and speaking skills by asking them to introduce their families and each other, with the main theme being immigration and ancestry.
Presents a lesson about immigration that teaches and tests students' listening comprehension and vocabulary skills through reading them relevant subject matter.