Explore the Harlem Renaissance
with this set of 11+ digital notebook pages. Students explore the Great Migration, discover artists and musicians, and analyze the impact of the Harlem Renaissance not only on African-American culture in America but on the mainstream culture as well.
Great for Google Drive and 1:1 classrooms, this resource includes:
- clickable graphic organizers for students
- color coded boxes for the big ideas
- teacher tips
- possible responses for notes on the Harlem Renaissance
- Black-line masters of all pages
- Cover Page
- Table of Contents
- What was the Harlem Renaissance
- The Great Migration and the Harlem Renaissance
- Raising the African American Voice
- Literature of the Harlem Renaissance
- Langston Hughes and Zora Neale Hurston
- Music of the Harlem Renaissance
- Bessie Smith and “Ma” Rainey
- Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong
- Art of the Harlem Renaissance
- The End of the Harlem Renaissance and its Legacy
Other Harlem Renaissance and 1920s resources include:
- Harlem Renaissance Cultural Doodle Activity
- Roaring 20s Gallery walk on the cultural aspects of 1920s America
- Roaring 20s Digital Interactive Notebook Graphic Organizers for Google Drive
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