Alderwood Elementary School.
Electronic Ellis Island: A virtual Heritage Museum
One of the areas in the Electronic Ellis Island Virtual Museum. Great place to read about other children’s immigration histories.
University of California,
Migration News summarizes the most important immigration and integration developments of the preceding month. Topics are grouped by region: North America, Europe, Asia, and Other.
Ellis Island: Through America’s Gate
A great start to the history and relevance in American history of one of the major ports of entry to America during the second wave of immigration.
Department of Education, National Center for Research on Cultural.
Diversity and Second Language Learning
Good source of information on the topic of diversity and second language.
Department of Education,
National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education
As a clearinghouse they disseminate all information regarding bilingual education. Good source of lesson plans.
Gellis, Andrew (Fall 1995).
Across the sea of time
. Sony pictures.
Well accompanied with a great number of teaching strategies and integration activities in all areas of the curriculum.
The European Research Center on Migration and Ethnic Relations (ERCOMER)
http://www.ruu.nl/ercomer/wwwvl/wwwvlmer.html#journals and newsletters
Hosts a world-wide web virtual library on migration and ethnic relations issues. Great source of available information.
LatinoLink Enterprises Inc.,
An excellent site to visit due to the wealth of information on activities and on Latino groups around the web. Well organized by topics, offers other links to similar groups.
Good collection of articles on various aspects of immigration by several categories such as welfare use by legal immigrants, negative impacts of immigration on minority groups, discrimination against (and by) immigrants, economic impact of immigration, etc.
Programs in International Educational Resources.
Programs in International Educational Resources
An excellent and extensive resource collection of audiovisual and printed materials available for free loan to educators who teach at the college and K-12 level.
Services Saskatchewan Internet Educational,
The evergreen curriculum
Contains a good social studies module for grade four titled immigrants and settlers.
Siemborski, Robert and Jonathan Lee.
The American Immigration Home Page
This World Wide Web home page was started as part of a school project for a 10th grade American History Class. It is divided in seven categories: reasons for immigration, who were/are the immigrants to the U.S.?, destinations/ places where they settled, etc. Each of theses categories is farther subdivided by each of the four waves of immigration to the U.S.