Students discover the importance of the Harlem Renaissance
with this set of 10+ templates and possible responses to organize notes on the Harlem Renaissance. Engage students in the musicians and artists of the Harlem Renaissance and analyze the rise of the African-American voice.
This resource includes:
- 10+ graphic organizers on the Harlem Renaissance for students
- Possible responses for each organizer for teachers
- Pictures of notebook pages for examples
- 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
a bundle! This resource available as part of the following money-saving bundles:
- US History Interactive Notebook Organizers 10 Sets! Gilded Age to Cold War
- US History Twentieth Century Teacher Resource Bundle (Growing)
which begins with the Gilded Age and Progressive Era (late 19th/early 20th century).
More Interactive Notebook Sets can be found here.
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