How many immigrants should Canada be accepting

How many immigrants should Canada be accepting

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Introductory Unit

Site: Open School BC Course: Social Studies 10 OL18 MSS–10-OL18 15601 Book: Introductory Unit Printed by:Owen Asvasirisakulchai Date: Monday, 4 March 2019, 9:12 PM

Table of contents

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Table of contents Overview

How to read this book

Why Canada needs immigrants

Immigration Watch Canada

What immigrants should know before coming to Canada

Overview

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Overview Welcome to the Introductory Unit of Social Studies 10.

This shorter unit is meant to familiarize you with the how this course works and to show you some of what is to be covered.

Like all units, this one starts with an overview. This is followed by a short warm-up assignment that should only take a few minutes. It gets you thinking about the content to follow.

You will then progress to the book module for this unit. This one is called “Immigration in Canada.” The book module is like a chapter of a textbook. In it you will find all of the content that will be covered. As you read the book module, you will learn about some of the issues regarding immigration in Canada today.

Once you have completed reading the book module, you will put together your assignment for this unit which is a multi-paragraph response to the readings. Be sure to read the instructions carefully and to check the style sheet to make sure that you have correctly formatted this assignment.

There is a small quiz at the end of the unit. Subsequent units will have larger tests at the end.

Once you have completed this unit, you will have shown that you have the skills to do well in this course.</p

How to read this book

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How to read this book For this introductory unit, you will be reading a few articles on immigration in Canada then writing a response to them.

In order to do well here, you will need to read the articles with a critical eye. To start, as you read, you should ask who the author is and what is his or her purpose in writing this article. You should find out what you can about the source of the article. Who published it and when? Ask yourself whose point of view is being represented. What is the bias of the author? Look at the claims being made and find out if they are factual and accurate. Do they sound reasonable to you?

Take notes as you read. Write down interesting points that you would like to investigate. Ask questions about the material presented. Differentiate between fact and opinion. Think about how the information is presented and work out which persuasive techniques are being employed.

When you have a set of notes on each of the articles, you will be ready to go on to the assignment.

Why Canada needs immigrants

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Why Canada needs immigrants

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