This fun and engaging activity for the Harlem Renaissance features 23 pages on major authors, artists, and musicians along with graphic organizers, samples, and more!

Black History Month Harlem Renaissance Stations

This fun and engaging activity for the Harlem Renaissance features 23 pages on major authors, artists, and musicians along with graphic organizers, samples, and more!

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The Harlem Renaissance – Lesson Plan

This Powerpoint works alongside the Harlem Renaissance Unit that is complete with 5 lesson plans and an assessment that tests the knowledge of the .

African American Art and Harlem Renaissance Literature

Black Women Poets of Harlen Renaissance - African American Art and Harlem Renaissance Literature

Don't let your literature anthology dictate the short stories you read with your middle school and high school students. There are so many wonderful short stories out there, many of which can be used to teach a variety of literary elements and paired with other texts. Read on for 13 of my favorites, which literary terms and skills they lend themselves to teaching, plus suggested text pairings and activities.

13 Short Stories for Engaging Secondary Students & Teaching Literary Elements

Read all this summer! Read on for 13 of my favorites, which literary terms and skills they lend themselves to teaching, plus suggested text pairings and activities.

Harlem Renaissance Introduction Learning Stations -- Perfect for Poetry

Harlem Renaissance Introduction Learning Stations -- Perfect for Poetry

Anything Langston Hughes - Black History Month

Langston Hughes James Mercer Langston Hughes was an American poet, social activist, novelist, playwright. Lived: Feb 1902 - May 1967 (age

Nella Larsen (Walker) often misunderstood, recluse author of the Harlem Renaissance. She penned classics such as "Passing" and "Quicksand"

Nella Larsen (Walker) often misunderstood, recluse author of the Harlem Renaissance. She penned classics such as "Passing" and "Quicksand.

HARLEM RENAISSANCE LESSON PLAN: CREATING INTERACTIVE PRESENTATIONS AND NON-FICTION COMICS. In this lesson plan, adaptable for grades 3-12, students use BrainPOP resources to research, evaluate, and synthesize information about the Harlem Renaissance from a variety of resources. Students will work in groups to. . .

Students grades use BrainPOP resources, creating non-fiction comics to develop an understanding of the Harlem Renaissance on African American culture.

"I, Too" Poem Activities - This is a great poem by Langston Hughes to teach metaphor, symbolism, and the Harlem Renaissance, as well as a wonderful text for Black History Month. Pre-reading discussion and line-by-line graphic organizers make poetry analysis easy!

"I, Too" by Langston Hughes - Poem Activities

"I, Too" Poem Activities - This is a great poem by Langston Hughes to teach metaphor, symbolism, and the Harlem Renaissance, as well as a wonderful text for Black History Month. Pre-reading discussion and line-by-line graphic organizers make poetry analysis easy!

The Blacker the Berry by Wallace Thurman

Wallace published three novels: The Blacker the Berry: A Novel of Negro Life, Infants of the Spring, and a collaborative play, A Melodrama of Negro Life in Harlem.

The Harlem Renaissance with Walter Dean Myers and Zora... - Literature Activities

Literature Activities: The Harlem Renaissance with Walter Dean Myers and Zora Neale Hurston for Grade Tenth Grade, Grade, Elementary, Classroom

Children's Books about famous African Americans of the Harlem Renaissance - Elementary School to High School - Ages 5 to 18

Children's Books about famous African Americans of the Harlem Renaissance - Elementary School to High School - Ages 5 to 18

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