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Using Charts and Graphs to Teach Immigration History

OAH Magazine of History Volume 4, Number 4, ISSN 0882-228X


Stresses developing students' interpretive skills, geography knowledge, and ability to read and understand statistics. Argues that computer accessibility makes possible innovative use of charts and graphs for secondary history teachers. Notes data may be printed out and used as teaching tools. Presents five teacher-produced graphs and provides questions for discussion to teach immigration history. (NL)


Burson, G. (1990). Using Charts and Graphs to Teach Immigration History. OAH Magazine of History, 4(4), 46-49. Retrieved January 19, 2022 from .

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