In this download you are purchasing a FULL COLOR, high interest power-point on the Harlem Renaissance with graphic organizer and comprehension questions. During the power-point there are stopping points in which your students will be challenged in groups to compete against one another to complete tasks and answer questions about related topics in the power-point using their internet/smartphones. My students really get into this activity!
Zora Neale Hurston
Marcus Garvey "Back to Africa"
Effects of Harlem Renaissance
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