Investigating Immigration to the U.S.: Module Overview and Sample Lessons

The Investigating Immigration to the U.S. module focuses on describing, comparing, and making sense of categorical variables. Students investigate questions such as: Are there more immigrants in the U.S. today than in previous years? Where have immigrants to the U.S. come from, now and in the past? Are immigrants as likely as the U.S. born to be participating in the labor force, after adjusting for education?

This module was developed for 12th grade non-AP mathematics and statistics courses and contains seven lessons and one final team data investigation. The module is designed for two to three weeks of instruction.

This sample document contains 1) an overview of the module lessons and learning objectives,2) the teacher guide for Lesson 5, titled Where have most immigrants been coming from?, and 3) the team data investigation.


Author: SDLC Project Team
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