This unique, urban art inspired coloring set and research pack will be a great compliment to any lesson on the Harlem Renaissance. Twenty famous figures are represented along with an accompanying WebQuest with Key.
The WebQuest is designed to give students a basic overview of the Harlem Renaissance, the Great Migration and Jim Crow laws. It will work best with middle grades and early high school and most students will be able to answer the questions independently. The sites utilized in the WebQuest are from Ferris University and PBS.
The research sheets can be used as a stand alone coloring activity, a bulletin board display and as a tool for research. There are many reputable sites that will help guide students in their research or there may be print sources available in your school library. I have uploaded them as individual jpg files to give you sizing options and as a PPT so that you can print and go.
I have created a Google version of the WebQuest questions for those who like going paperless. I have included a Getting Started with Google Apps/Google Classroom guide for those wanting to try it, but still have the print version to fall back on. This is a great way to show use of technology in your classroom. If you aren't interested in using Google, no worries, everything is printable!
There are many ways to use this versatile pack.
20 Research/Coloring Activity Sheets (PPT and jpg Files)
WebQuest (25 questions) Printable PDF
WebQuest Google Link
Getting Started with Google Apps Guide
James Weldon Johnson
Zora Neele Hurston
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