Will the USA want me? AF5: evaluate the

Will the USA want me? AF5: evaluate the

Will the USA want me? AF5: evaluate the impact of migration AF5: evaluate the impact of migration No Word No Word No 1

1 9 28 2 7 14 44 3 36

37 46 4 25 12 6 Word Theme

1. Complete the table using the numbers and words above 2. Highlight/Underline the odd one out. 3. Write the theme/reason for the choice. EXT: make up your own. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1eMq-MTw2wA&t=1s DME: Pedro Morales You need to decide: 1. How you are going to get into California 2. What job you are going to do 3. What you will be taking with you How are you going to get into California?

Cross in the day, border, swim https:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvDPN_DU9 9M 1 in 10 chance! How are you going to get into California? Choose and justify which route you will take wire cutters or swimming route? 1 in 3 chance - The border at

Which job are you going to do? Choose and justify which of the 3 jobs you will do? What are you going to take with you? Based on your job, choose what to buy with $40 justify why you have bought these items - Produce a budget summary outlining what you spent your money on Task

Write a diary entry to describe your journey across the border and what it was like once you made it across. What did you take with you? What job did you get? How much were you paid? AF5: evaluate the impact of migration AF5: evaluate the impact of migration Will the USA want me? 1. In groups discuss either: - Reasons why the USA do want the Mexicans - Reasons why the USA do not want the Mexicans AF5 - Evaluation

1. Paragraph 1 - Explain reasons why America do want the Mexicans (2 developed reasons using connectives) 2. Paragraph 2 - Explain reasons why Americans do not want the Mexicans (2 developed reasons using connectives) 3. Conclusion: Do you think the Americans will want the Mexicans? Summarise the reasons. Success Criteria EE - Balanced evaluation that is justified based on detailed explanations which are supported with evidence/data. A detailed conclusion with your own opinion ME - Evaluation is two sided, however explanations are brief with little evidence to justify the points. A brief conclusion. WTE - one sided, no conclusion, points are briefly

explained with no further supporting data or evidence. No conclusion. Look back at your marked evaluations to see what you need to focus on to get a higher grade! Which is a WTE+? Which is ME+? The Americans want me because I will work for little money. This is good for America because they will make more money by not paying me much money. The Americans want me because I will work for little money. I want to work in a bar where I will be paid $2 per day. This is good for America because they will make a profit by not paying me much. This means that the country will become much more prosperous. Success Criteria EE - Balanced evaluation that is justified based on detailed explanations which are

supported with data. ME - Evaluation is two sided, however explanations are brief with little evidence to justify the points. WTE - one sided, no conclusion, points are briefly explained with no further supporting data or evidence. PLENARY Will the USA want me? EXAMPLE paragraph: The USA want me because I will work for little money, so they will make more money, by not paying me much money. For example, I will work picking fruit where I will be paid only $2.50 per day. Another reason why the USA wants me is because/due to, so/therefore For example A reason the USA doesn't want me is because/due to, so/therefore

For example Another reason the USA doesnt want me is because/due to, so/therefore For example CONCLUSION Answer the question: Will the USA want me? The USA will/will not want me because/due to, so/therefore For example SUCCESS CRITERIA Grade WTE WTE+ ME

Descriptor Describing or listing your points Using either because and therefore style connectives in your sentences Using both because and therefore style connectives in your sentences. Have a conclusion. ME+ Using both because and therefore style connectives in your sentences and including data and using examples, such as job and place names. Have a conclusion that is also explained. EE Using both because and therefore style connectives in your sentences

and including data and using examples, such as job and place names. Have a conclusion that is explained and supported with data. Also, you have independently researched further reasons, data and examples to support your point. Achieved?

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