The Harlem Renaissance was a very important period for African American cultural as we know it today. Our Harlem Roots history lesson plans will introduce students to the many people, places and events which help to shape this time period. Students will learn about the sacrifices and contributions of Langston Hughes, Mom’s Mabley, Paul Robeson and Marian Anderson. They will also learn about important events and places like the Savoy Ballroom, the Cotton, and the Apollo Theater. Students will celebrate the arts, dance, politics, publications and organizations that grow out of Harlem Renaissance and still exist today.
Our reading comprehension lessons are on four different levels: K – 12 grades are common core multicultural. The 2 – 4 levels contain
Fun Facts/Interesting Facts
Questions (critical thinking, short answer, multiple choice, true or false, fill-in-the-blanks, mix and match, and opinion, and more)