African American

Regina Andrews – Educational Lesson - Level 3

( 1 Review )

Current stock: 0

Celebrate Harlem and increase your knowledge of the Harlem Renaissance when you discover the many accomplishments and contributions of Regina Andrews, a young multi-racial librarian who was labeled as an African American. This would lead to her becoming the first African American supervising librarian at the New York City Public Library on 115th Street. Follow Andrew's plight as you develop your reading comprehension skills and answer the corresponding questions. 

Three fun facts about Regina Andrews:

  • Only one of her grandparents was of African descent, but she was considered by others to be African American.
  • She organized the 1924 Civic Club Dinner, which helped to start the Harlem Renaissance.
  • She wrote plays using the pen name Ursula Trelling.

Harlem Roots Lesson: Level Three

Recommend for students that enjoy reading and want an enhanced reading experience on the topic they are studying. The reading comprehension lesson contains one fact-filled lesson of approximately 500 words with ten questions to ensure a strong understanding of the lesson. You will also receive an answer key.  

1 Review

Vanessa Benoit 3rd Mar 2015

Great Lesson!

Regina Andrews -Lesson 3, gives you a historic background of Regina from birth to adulthood. Then a Q&A follows then lesson. Great history lesson for students.

Add a Review