The Harlem Renaissance 1920s Digital Investigation of the Artwork and Culture

The Harlem Renaissance 1920s Digital Investigation of the Artwork and Culture
The Harlem Renaissance 1920s Digital Investigation of the Artwork and Culture
The Harlem Renaissance 1920s Digital Investigation of the Artwork and Culture
The Harlem Renaissance 1920s Digital Investigation of the Artwork and Culture
The Harlem Renaissance 1920s Digital Investigation of the Artwork and Culture
The Harlem Renaissance 1920s Digital Investigation of the Artwork and Culture
The Harlem Renaissance 1920s Digital Investigation of the Artwork and Culture
The Harlem Renaissance 1920s Digital Investigation of the Artwork and Culture
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With this activity, students a utilize Google Slides, hyperlinked document to analyze the art and culture of the Harlem Renaissance. They choose the artwork that resonates the most with them and then complete critical thinking questions that encourage them to think about art, music, and poetry. This activity also includes a graphic organizer linked with a Newsela article about the Harlem Renaissance.

Students will need access to Google Classroom, Google Slides, Newsela (free to read, but they may need to make an account), and Youtube. The Youtube assignment can be completed as a class if Youtube is blocked in your school district.

Included within this resource:

● A Google Slides Version of the digital document (The link provided will prompt you to make your own file. You can then add that file to your drive and share with your students. Instructions are provided within the lesson plan.)

● A Detailed Lesson Plan 

● Answer Key for the graphic organizer - For the other questions included in the resource, students answers will vary.

Other Activities within this Unit of Study:

Roaring Twenties Simulation - Students "time travel" through the 1920s

The Scopes Monkey Trial - Classroom Skit

Women's Suffrage - Students analyze the protests of the National Woman's Party

America in COLOR 1920s - Viewing Guide to the Intriguing Documentary

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