Hemispheres, the international outreach consortium at the University of Texas at Austin, offers a broad educational program to increase knowledge and understanding of Western Europe; Latin America; the Middle East; Russia, East Europe, and Eurasia; and South Asia. Using the resources of one of the nation’s largest research institutions, we work with educators to address critical needs and to supplement existing knowledge of the world around us.

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  • Understanding Migration: Decision-Making Activity: Russia 

    Arsenault, Natalie; Rose, Christopher; Phillips, Jennifer Jordan; Azulay, Allegra; Meyer, Rachel; Giles, Terry (2011-12)
    Section 4: Case Studies for the Advocate-Decision Making Activity Section 4 is based around an advocate/decision-making activity, or "controlled debate." Instructions and worksheets are included, along with a series of ...
  • Understanding Migration: Decision-Making Activity: Nicaragua 

    Arsenault, Natalie; Rose, Christopher; Phillips, Jennifer Jordan; Azulay, Allegra; Meyer, Rachel; Giles, Terry (2011-12)
    Section 4: Case Studies for the Advocate-Decision Making Activity Section 4 is based around an advocate/decision-making activity, or "controlled debate." Instructions and worksheets are included, along with a series of ...
  • Understanding Migration: Decision-Making Activity: Israeli/Palestinian Conflict 

    Arsenault, Natalie; Rose, Christopher; Phillips, Jennifer Jordan; Azulay, Allegra; Meyer, Rachel; Giles, Terry (2011-12)
    Section 4: Case Studies for the Advocate-Decision Making Activity Section 4 is based around an advocate/decision-making activity, or "controlled debate." Instructions and worksheets are included, along with a series of ...
  • Understanding Migration: Decision-Making Activity: Partition of India 

    Arsenault, Natalie; Rose, Christopher; Phillips, Jennifer Jordan; Azulay, Allegra; Meyer, Rachel; Giles, Terry (2011-12)
    Section 4: Case Studies for the Advocate-Decision Making Activity Section 4 is based around an advocate/decision-making activity, or "controlled debate." Instructions and worksheets are included, along with a series of ...
  • Understanding Migration: Decision-Making Activity: India Labor Migration 

    Arsenault, Natalie; Rose, Christopher; Phillips, Jennifer Jordan; Azulay, Allegra; Meyer, Rachel; Giles, Terry (2011-12)
    Section 4 is based around an advocate/decision-making activity, or "controlled debate." Instructions and worksheets are included, along with a series of case studies designed to be used in this activity. Each case study ...
  • Understanding Migration: Decision-Making Activity: Egypt 

    Arsenault, Natalie; Rose, Christopher; Phillips, Jennifer Jordan; Azulay, Allegra; Meyer, Rachel; Giles, Terry (2011-12)
    Section 4: Case Studies for the Advocate-Decision Making Activity Section 4 is based around an advocate/decision-making activity, or "controlled debate." Instructions and worksheets are included, along with a series of ...
  • Understanding Migration: Decision-Making Activity: Brazil 

    Arsenault, Natalie; Rose, Christopher; Phillips, Jennifer Jordan; Azulay, Allegra; Meyer, Rachel; Giles, Terry (2011-12)
    Section 4: Case Studies for the Advocate-Decision Making Activity Section 4 is based around an advocate/decision-making activity, or "controlled debate." Instructions and worksheets are included, along with a series of ...
  • Understanding Migration: T-Chart Activity—Russia 

    Arsenault, Natalie; Rose, Christopher; Phillips, Jennifer Jordan; Azulay, Allegra; Meyer, Rachel; Giles, Terry (2011-12)
    Section 3: Using T-Charts and Writing Prompts to Explore Migration Section 3 contains a series of parallel activities that explore specific real-world examples of migration. Each short unit contains a simple reading, ...
  • Understanding Migration: T-Chart Activity—Nicaragua 

    Arsenault, Natalie; Rose, Christopher; Phillips, Jennifer Jordan; Azulay, Allegra; Meyer, Rachel; Giles, Terry (2011-12)
    Section 3: Using T-Charts and Writing Prompts to Explore Migration Section 3 contains a series of parallel activities that explore specific real-world examples of migration. Each short unit contains a simple reading, ...
  • Understanding Migration: T-Chart Activity—Israel/Palestinian Conflict 

    Arsenault, Natalie; Rose, Christopher; Phillips, Jennifer Jordan; Azulay, Allegra; Meyer, Rachel; Giles, Terry (2011-12)
    Section 3: Using T-Charts and Writing Prompts to Explore Migration Section 3 contains a series of parallel activities that explore specific real-world examples of migration. Each short unit contains a simple reading, ...
  • Understanding Migration: T-Chart Activity—India 

    Arsenault, Natalie; Rose, Christopher; Phillips, Jennifer Jordan; Azulay, Allegra; Meyer, Rachel; Giles, Terry (2011-12)
    Section 3: Using T-Charts and Writing Prompts to Explore Migration Section 3 contains a series of parallel activities that explore specific real-world examples of migration. Each short unit contains a simple reading, ...
  • Understanding Migration: T-Chart Activity—Brazil 

    Arsenault, Natalie; Rose, Christopher; Phillips, Jennifer Jordan; Azulay, Allegra; Meyer, Rachel; Giles, Terry (2011-12)
    Section 3 contains a series of parallel activities that explore specific real-world examples of migration. Each short unit contains a simple reading, written for a middle-level audience, a T-chart activity, and a writing ...
  • Understanding Migration: Student Activity 2 

    Arsenault, Natalie; Rose, Christopher; Phillips, Jennifer Jordan; Azulay, Allegra; Meyer, Rachel; Giles, Terry (2011-12)
    This unit includes two introductory activities. Student Activity 2 examines films that deal with immigrants and migration and asks students to think critically about the film and plot elements relating to migration. Since ...
  • Understanding Migration: Student Activity 1 

    Arsenault, Natalie; Rose, Christopher; Phillips, Jennifer Jordan; Azulay, Allegra; Meyer, Rachel; Giles, Terry (2011-12)
    One of two introductory classroom activites. These activities are designed for use at middle and high school levels, although some suggestions for use at lower levels are included. Student Activity 1 examines migration ...
  • Introduction to Migration PowerPoint 

    Arsenault, Natalie; Rose, Christopher; Phillips, Jennifer Jordan; Azulay, Allegra; Meyer, Rachel; Giles, Terry (2011-12)
    Download a ready-to-use PowerPoint presentation that explains the causes and effects of human migration. Descriptions and full explanations, along with historical examples, can be found in the notes pages.
  • Understanding Migration: Curriculum Resources for the Classroom (Full Unit) 

    Rose, Christopher; Phillips, Jennifer Jordan; Arsenault, Natalie; Meyer, Rachel; Giles, Terry; Azulay, Allegra (2011-12)