Langston Hughes Poetry Analysis
teaches students about the struggles of African Americans and their “dream” as told through the poetry of the Harlem Renaissance, years before Martin Luther King. Using discussion questions, students explore three poems by Langston Hughes, Good Morning, Harlem(A Dream Deferred),
and I, Too.
A key is included.
For the entire 1920s unit, including this Langston Hughes Poetry Analysis, warm-ups, PowerPoints, additional worksheets, assessment, and lesson plans, go to Twenties: Entire Unit
This item includes
• Twenties PowerPoint Lectures
• Philosophy of Rugged Individualism Speech Primary Source Activity
• 1920s Crossword Puzzle Review
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