For this essay you will need to read:
Selma Berrol’s “Immigrant Children at School” pages 109-122. The essay is located in the module “Writing Instructions”
Write a two to three page essay, answering the following prompt:
What challenges did immigrant children experience in the nineteenth and early twentieth century public school system? In your opinion, did the schools succeed in completely assimilating the children?
All papers must be two to three pages long. You may go longer if needed.
Type only your name in the top left hand corner. ( I have all the other information when you turn the paper into the drop box.
Papers must have 1 inch margins and use a reasonable size font that is/or looks like Times New Roman 12’.
All papers must use MLA or Chicago Manuel of Style for citations and references.
The paper must include a biography/works cited page. The works cited page does not count as a page in your paper. Below are the works cited information for both articles. You may cut and paste this for your works cited/bibliography page.
Here is how to write this source for the bibliography/works cited page.
Berrol, Selma. “Immigrant Children at School” in The Social Fabric: American Life from the Civil War to the Present vol 11. Ed., 8 by John Cary, Julius Weinberg, Thomas Hartshorne, and Robert Wheeler. New York City, New York: Longman, 1999, 109-122.