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African-American Art & Identity in the 1920s

Students work cooperatively in small groups analyzing musical pieces that are reflective of African American life during the Harlem Renaissance. In addition, they identify artworks that connect to those musical pieces. As a culminating activity, the students are expected to create a poster that is assessed using a rubric.

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Resource Details

Grade
8th - 12th
Subjects
Music
3 more...
Resource Type
Lesson Plans
Duration
2 days
Instructional Strategy
Inquiry-Based Learning
Technology
Audio
Year
2006
Included Materials
  • Rubric

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