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The Harlem Renaissance

The Harlem Renaissance was a vibrant time that was characterized by innovations in art, literature, music, poetry, and dance specifically from the African-American community.
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Lesson Plans:

A Harlem Renaissance Retrospective: Connecting Art, Music, Dance, and Poetry - Students conduct Internet research, work with an interactive Venn diagram tool, and create a museum exhibit that highlights the work of selected artists, musicians, and poets. The goal of this unit is to help students understand the historical context of the Harlem Renaissance and what kind of impact it had on African Americans in the United States. Critical thinking, creativity, and interdisciplinary connections are emphasized.

The Harlem Renaissance - Students analyze the major political, social, economic, technological, and cultural developments of the 1920s. Focuses on the Harlem Renaissance.

Drop Me Off in Harlem - The Harlem Renaissance is a rich topic to explore in all grade levels and in many different disciplines. The resources here represent some of the best lessons available on the Internet. A collection of some the best Harlem Reneissance lessons on the web.

The Harlem Renaissance Activities - Students read an overview of the Harlem Renaissance, a period of intellectual and artistic achievement in Harlem. They then complete related activities to extend their understanding. Grades 5-8.


Primary Source Documents:

Art of the Harlem Renaissance - Paintings and prose of the important time period.

Library of Congress: Primary Source Investigation - Primary source documents including maps, photos and documents.

Langston Hughes Quotes: Quotes from one of Harlem's native sons, poet and activist Langston Hughes.
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