Selfie Project: Artists of the Harlem Renaissance

Selfie Project: Artists of the Harlem Renaissance

Can be used for 7th – 11th students.

Includes: PDF, 8 pages

Appeal to your student’s love of the selfie with this study of famous artists and the Harlem Renaissance and their artistic work. See the life and text classic artists, with photos and comments. They can even share their favourite social network.

Students will learn about the artist’s background, provenance and medium. These artists are: Holiday, Hughes and Fauset. It will also require some research.

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SO FUN!!! Holy moly, I cannot wait to grade these and see what the kids come up with! Thank you!!!

This is such a fun way to engage students in learning about Harlem Renaissance! We used it to supplement a literature study on the time period.


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