Reviews - Lesson Plan for Harlem Renaissance Problem Based Learning
This resource was reviewed using the Curriki Review rubric and received an overall Curriki Review System rating of 2.00, as of 2014-05-26.
Technical Completeness: 2
Content Accuracy: 2
Appropriate Pedagogy: 3
This excellent resource is a lesson on the Harlem Renaissance, integrating literary works by Langston Hughes and Zora Neal Hurston. Students are encouraged to research an area of Fashion, Music, Art, Literature, Dance or History during the 20’s and 30’s in NYC. Class presentations of fashion shows, film clips of the time period, power points, dramas or skits, poetry readings, dance, timelines are encouraged. The resource is aligned with ELA Common Core Standards for 11th grade. A rubric is cited as preceding this lesson, but was not readily available.
Information - Lesson Plan for Harlem Renaissance Problem Based Learning
This plan accompanies the previous rubric. It is to introduce the students to theHarlem Renaissance period before we begin reading works of literature.
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Harlem Renaissance problem-based learning
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This plan accompanies the previous rubric. It is to introduce the students to the Harlem Renaissance period before we begin reading works of literature.