Immigration and Immigrants: Comparison of Migration Stories
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(1) Recall and critically consider the specific lessons here. But to maximize your points, try to tie your analysis to other parts of our lessons too. See, try to cite other pages in our Learning Module here.
(2) Pick and watch at least two (2) videos (by clicking on the name) below. To get points, you must specifically describe and cite the two videos you watched. (the citations must in in-text; for more info on citing see here)
Study Note: sometimes SJSU no longer pays for a video. If the link does not work, search for the title in SJSU Libary page (Links to an external site.), Youtube, or PBS website. If you still cannot locate it, to avoid delaying your papers, analyze the issue using the other sources in your lessons (make sure to include citations) and add a comment to your submission saying the video was not accessible. I will note it when grading.
a) Children of Syria- https://www(dot)pbs(dot)org/wgbh/frontline/film/children-of-syria/ (Links to an external site.)
b) Children of Alleppo- https://www(dot)pbs(dot)org/wgbh/frontline/film/children-of-aleppo/
c) ISIS in Afghanistan- https://www(dot)pbs(dot)org/wgbh/frontline/film/isis-inafghanistan
d) On the Brink of Famine- www(dot)pbs(dot)org/wgbh/frontline/film/myanmarskilling-
(3) Compare the two migration stories in each video you chose to reflect on how diverse the experiences are that lead to the push