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PowerPoint Presentations Instructions

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  • 1. PowerPoint Presentations Instructions

2. Brainstorm You need to think of something that you perceive is wrong with America and propose a law that would fix the problem. Check out: www.whitehouse.gov/issues for ideas. 3. What is the problem? In this slide, provide a short paragraph describing what the problem is that is facing the country. Include why you believe this is a serious problem that the government needs to consider. 4. What is Your Evidence? In the next two slides, you will provide evidence that supports why the problem is a serious issue. Provide factual information (statistics, news reports, personal stories/first-hand accounts, etc.) The more evidence you provide, the stronger your argument will be! 5. Give a Solution! Provide a specific proposal to solve the problem. It should be stated in the form of a bill and should have a name (like the Affordable Health Care Act). Provide 3 steps that the government will take to solve the problem and enforcement strategies for violations of the law. 6. Requirements Minimum of 5 slides (no more than 10) You need: A title slide, at least 3 slides of text/info, and a slide to cite your sources. Each slide of text must contain at least 1 image related to the material being presented. 7. How Will I Be Graded? Category Exceeds Expectations Meets Expectations Below Expectations Far Below Expectations Score Did I follow the PPT requirements? ____/20 Did my presentation have style? ____/20 Was the subject matter relevant? ____/20 Was my proposal specific? ____/20 Did I conduct quality research? ____/20 ____/100 8. Brainstorming Activity Revisited 9. Brainstorming Activity Revisited 10. Sample PowerPoint 11. The New Start Act Immigration reform in America 12. What is the problem? Americas immigration system is broken. Too many employers game the system by hiring undocumented workers and there are 11 million people living in the shadows. Neither is good for the economy or the country. Together we can build a fair, effective and common sense immigration system that lives up to our heritage as a nation of laws and a nation of immigrants. 13. Evidence About 11.7 million immigrants are living in the United States illegally, a population that has not varied much over the last three years but may recently be increasing again, according to new estimates published Monday by the Pew Research Center Hispanic Trends Project NY Times The new estimates, which are based on the most recent census data and other official statistics, show that the population of immigrants here illegally did not decline significantly from 2009 to 2012, despite record numbers of about 400,000 deportations each year and stepped-up border enforcement by the Obama administration as well as laws to crack down on illegal immigration in states like Alabama, Arizona and Georgia NY Times 14. Proposal I propose a plan that builds a smart, effective immigration system that continues efforts to secure our borders and cracks down on employers who hire undocumented immigrants. Its a plan that requires anyone whos undocumented to get right with the law by paying their taxes and a penalty, learning English, and undergoing background checks before they can be eligible to earn citizenship. It requires every business and every worker to play by the same set of rules. 15. We need to CONTINUE TO STRENGTHEN BORDER SECURITY This proposal gives law enforcement the tools they need to make our communities safer from crime, enhances our infrastructure and technology, and strengthens our ability to remove criminals and apprehend and prosecute threats to our national security. 16. We need to STREAMLINE LEGAL IMMIGRATION Legal immigration should be simple and efficient. This proposal provides visas to foreign entrepreneurs looking to start businesses here, helps the most promising foreign graduate students in science and math stay in this country after graduation, and reunites families in a timely and humane manner. 17. We need to PROVIDE OPPORTUNITY FOR EARNED CITIZENSHIP The proposal provides undocumented immigrants with a legal way to earn citizenship so they can come out of the shadows. It holds them accountable by requiring they pass background checks, pay taxes and a penalty, go to the back of the line, and learn English. It requires everyone to play by the same rules. 18. We need to CRACKING DOWN ON EMPLOYERS HIRING UNDOCUMENTED WORKERS The proposal is designed to stop businesses from exploiting the system by knowingly hiring undocumented workers. It holds these companies accountable, and gives employers who want to play by the rules a reliable way to verify that their employees are here legally. 19. Sources www.whitehouse.gov/issues NY Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/24/us/immigrant- population-shows-signs-of-growth-estimates-show.html?_r=0