Unit 5 Lesson 3: Immigrant Children
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by Jason Clark
| 15 Questions
Note from the author:
McGraw Hill - Imagine It - 4th grade
1
10
"Yearning" means about the same as
crying
shouting
planning
wishing
2
10
A synonym for 'dreaded' is
disliked
feared
avoided
appreciated
3
10
At the entry ports, helpers 'translated' many questions and answers. This means the helpers
changed words from one language into another.
spoke at a very rapid pace.
suggested questions the immigrants should ask.
helped immigrants write answers.
4
10
Some immigrants demanded better 'wages'. 'Wages' are
kitchen facilities
behavior by bosses
jobs
pay for work
5
10
Unions organized marches and held 'strikes'. 'Strikes' are
signs
child workers
work stoppages
musical instruments
6
10
Where was the busiest station for immigrants located?
San Francisco
Chicago
Ellis Island
Miami
7
10
Why were immigrants marked on their clothes with chalk?
The chalk markings told inspectors what country the immigrant was from.
The markings told where in the inspection process the immigrant was.
Some immigrants were marked with chalk if they already had jobs.
A mark on an immigrant's back meant the person might have a disease.
8
10
What happened to the immigrants after their eye exam?
They faced an inspector.
They went to the island hospital.
They were put onto ferries.
They were sent home.
9
10
Why did both immigrants and native-born Americans go west after 1862?
The cities in the West had more jobs.
They had heard that buffalo hunting was profitable.
They wanted to claim free land.
They were looking for gold.
10
10
People from Asia mostly landed in what port?
Ellis Island
Miami
Chicago
San Francisco
11
10
Why did many immigrants come to the United States?
12
10
How was coming to America for immigrants like going to the moon?
13
10
Why did so many immigrants from Sweden and Norway often settle in the Midwest?
14
10
What event caused states to pass laws against child labor?
15
10
What happened to immigrants who failed inspection?
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