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The Library of New England Immigration Curriculum Material


The Library of New England Immigration Curriculum Material Open Link

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May 18, 2020


Native Voices in November: A Booklist for Students, Parents & Educators


Native Voices in November: A Booklist for Students, Parents & Educators Native Voices in November: A Booklist for Students, Parents & Educators, put together by the New York Public Library: November is Native American Heritage month. It’s a time to share and remember the history of the Native people who were the first people of […]

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November 30, 2020


Refugeeone.org, “Literature for Children and Adolescents about the Refugee and Immigrant Experience.”


Refugeeone.org, “Literature for Children and Adolescents about the Refugee and Immigrant Experience.” From the site: These books are geared for children and adolescents and are written about the refugee or immigrant experience from many different perspectives and lands. Some tell the story of life in a war zone or conflict, flight from a home country, […]

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November 20, 2020


Multiculturalchildrensbookday.com, Classroom Empathy Kit


Multiculturalchildrensbookday.com, Classroom Empathy Kit: Diverse book list covering immigration and refugee experience, activities, posters, and discussion guide. Open Link

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Littlefeminist.org, Our favorite children’s books about immigration.


Littlefeminist.org, Our favorite children’s books about immigration. From the site: “These books address situations from being in a new school in a new country to hiding from the Border Patrol. At Little Feminist we believe that stories teach empathy, and by teaching our kids empathy towards immigrants we can raise a generation of humans that […]

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Immigraiton Stories in American History from The-Best-Childrens-Books.org


Immigraiton Stories in American History from The-Best-Childrens-Books.org Collected and curated by classroom teachers, the children’s books discussed are great resources for immigration lesson plans. Some would make for great read alouds, others would be perfect for required student reading lists. This selection of books will help bring the immigrant experience to life for your students. […]

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Scholastic. Twenty-five Books About Immigration Experiences, organized for grades 1 – 10.


Scholastic. Twenty-five Books About Immigration Experiences, organized for grades 1 – 10. From the site: “Encourage students to explore the power and poignancy of the immigration experience through these affecting stories… This curated collection of titles beautifully captures the immigrant and refugee experiences through both the fiction and nonfiction lens. Use them to supplement lessons […]

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Social Justice Books: Teaching About Immigration


Social Justice Books: Teaching About Immigration Titles on immigration and the immigrant experience with a focus on the United States. Books are organized into Elementary, Middle Grades, YA / Adult Fiction, and YA / Adult Nonfiction. Books listed include: Gloria E. Anzaldua, Amigos del Otro Lado / Friends From The Other Side: “Did you come […]

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November 16, 2020


Laura Lambert, “19 Books for Kids About the Immigrant Experience in America” from Brightly.


Laura Lambert, “19 Books for Kids About the Immigrant Experience in America” from Brightly. Books arranged from Baby and Toddler to Teen+. Books listed include: • Elisa Gravel, What is a Refugee?: For young readers just learning about the refugee experience, Elise Gravel offers an accessible and affirming introduction; she also addresses why refugees must […]

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Ladislava N. Khailova, The Stories We Share: A Guide to PreK–12 Books on the Experience of Immigrant Children and Teens in the United States.


Ladislava N. Khailova, The Stories We Share: A Guide to PreK–12 Books on the Experience of Immigrant Children and Teens in the United States. Named Best Professional Resource for School or Youth Librarians—2019 SLC/ARBA Best of Reference Awards. Khailova identifies both fiction and non-fiction titles published in the United States and Canada between 1990 and […]

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Immigration History Markers and Monuments


Part of the way history gets remembered is through the ways in which we commemorate people and events in public spaces. These links provide a glimpse into how immigrant and refugee history is celebrated in the public square. For students and teachers, these markers and monuments are an important classroom discussion tool. Here is an […]

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November 9, 2020


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