DISPLACEMENT web

Few people immigrate to new countries simply because they want to. Often there are financial or political reasons people need to leave their home, thus leading them and perhaps many members of their family to a new place where automatically they will be treated as outsiders. Seldom does this uprooting represent tacit desire to be at the new place. Often this act entails pain and sadness, not only with respect to leaving family and friends, but also due to a grand lack of welcome in the new spot. There are positive stories, indeed. There are also many more stories of strife and hardship, including imagery of horrific violence and indeed rancid squalor. Thus, this assignment deals with the topic of displacement, a phenomenon often imposed on innocent people. There is little question that the politics surrounding refugees, immigration, and displacement are daily conversations in the media and in our profession. As a result, it will be more than essential that we be both aware of and clued in on professional conversation with respect to asserting that language minority students have voice in today’s school, community, an
MAJOR ASSIGNMENT 1: DISPLACEMENT WEB QUEST
A GLOBAL LEARNING ASSIGNMENT REGARDING GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
Introduction:
Few people immigrate to new countries simply because they want to. Often there are financial or
political reasons people need to leave their home, thus leading them and perhaps many members of
their family to a new place where automatically they will be treated as outsiders. Seldom does this
uprooting represent tacit desire to be at the new place. Often this act entails pain and sadness, not
only with respect to leaving family and friends, but also due to a grand lack of welcome in the new
spot. There are positive stories, indeed. There are also many more stories of strife and hardship,
including imagery of horrific violence and indeed rancid squalor. Thus, this assignment deals with the
topic of displacement, a phenomenon often imposed on innocent people.
There is little question that the politics surrounding refugees, immigration, and displacement are daily
conversations in the media and in our profession. As a result, it will be more than essential that we be
both aware of and clued in on professional conversation with respect to asserting that language
minority students have voice in today’s school, community, and public policy conversations.
For this web quest, you will be asked to delve into the topic of displacement as such applies to the
lives of refugees, immigrants, and indeed language minority students. Reasons for doing so include
notions that policy makers often fail to take into consideration issues of human rights, racism, or
oppression in those displaced.
You will have week 9 to work on the project and offer your results in week 10’s discussions threads
online with Blackboard.
Objectives:
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. Demonstrate an understanding of a particular issue facing language minority students and
language learners with respect to displacement, immigration, or refugees.
2. Become conversational regarding the issues surrounding this issue.
3. Understand where your voice may be offered up publicly with respect to this issue.
4. Please group yourselves into a team of no more than 3 people.
Directions:
Be sure to collaborate with your PLC often this week. You may use the chat-rooms offered through
Blackboard and/or different apps, such as GroupMe or What’sUp.
1. Together: The group selects a specific issue or event currently pertinent to language learners,
immigrants, language-minority students with respect to public policy toward displacement,
immigration, or refugees.
2. Person 1: This person will research and collect media related articles concerning a particular
issue of displacement, involuntary immigration (particularly with respect to children), or
refugees. In other words, this person will attempt to answer this question: What is public
perception concerning the issue?
3. Person 2: This person will research the policies (local, state, or national) that are actually in
place or that are currently being considered.
4. Person 3: This person will research what organizations are trying to do in order to address
these issues. The statements include responses that professional organizations and community
centers are making in response to these policies, either positive or negative.
5. Together: The group will come together to show the context and spectrum of this issue, a story
of people from this context, and the nature of the response (both in terms of policy and aid).
6. Idea: If you can personalize your report with a story of a particular person, you can
substantially underscore the issues represented in your report.
7. Getting acquainted
a. First, read the article on recent statistics concerning worldwide displacement,
found at
b. http://www.unhcr.org/cgibin/texis/vtx/search?page=search

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