4 - Migration

This unit of the International Relations course will explore the different reasons why people migrate and the impact that has on both the country of origin and country of destination. Different models of migration will be explored as well as how migration can impact us directly.

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Key Concept

Global interactions - How are people able to migrate across borders? How are migrants perceived in different countries?

Related Concepts

Causality, culture and identity - What causes forced international migration? How do migrants impact the culture of the country of destination? What identity do the migrants have?

Global Context

GLOBAL CONTEXT: Orientation in time and space - Why are people migrating and where are they migrating to?

Inquiry Questions

Factual Questions: Remembering facts and topics

  • Why do people migrate?
  • What is the impact of migration for the country of origin?
  • What is the impact of migration for the destination country?
  • What are trading blocs?
  • How are we increasingly connected across the globe?

Conceptual Questions: Analysing big ideas

  • How is migration causing an erosion of national identity?

Debatable Questions: Evaluating perspectives and developing theories

  • How does migration create a threat to nations?

Unit Outlines and ATL Sheets

Year 11 Individuals and S...undaries - MYP Unit Grid
Blurring Boundaries - Yea...roaches to Learning Grid