Women's Roles in the s By Dr.
This is the site of an online forum that examined the Harlem Renaissance literary and political movement. Create A Harlem Renaissance Poster. The subject could be a magazine cover, a stage production, music group or performer, public lecture or forum.
You may get some ideas at sites like Rhapsodies in Black: Art of the Harlem Renaissance. Create and display your poster.
An alternative subject would be to create a Harlem scene that envisions what you think a location would have looked like in the Twenties. Compare and Contrast the Lives and Work. Chose two people who played important roles in the Harlem Renaissance period.
Biographies of the Harlem Renaissance. Compare and contrast their endeavors and accomplishments. Identify their strengths and weaknesses. What type of influence do they have today?
Hold A Harlem Renaissance Event. You may want to include refreshments. For the rent party, make sure to find and play some music of the time period. Include dance instruction to teach the Lindy Hop or other swing steps. Complete a Harlem Renaissance Biography. Start by selecting an important person of the era.
You may find some help in selection and resources at Biographies of the Harlem Renaissance. Use the resources found there and at a library to learn all that you can about the person.
Put together a multimedia presentation PowerPoint, HyperStudio, or Webpage that summarizes their life and accomplishments. Include pictures, text, drawings, and where appropriate, music. Complete a Harlem Renaissance WebQuest.
Adapt or follow the procedures found at the webQuest site: The Harlem Renaissance 11th Gr. A WebQuest by D.Nov 10, · During the s (), after the World War I, is the age when the role of women had changed from passive to active in society.
Even though s fashion history is dominated by the flapper style—featuring knee-length hemlines, shift-style garments, and bobbed haircuts—women in many parts of the country still faced. The women’s wardrobe staple that is the Little Black Dress originates from a Coco Chanel design from , which appeared as an illustration in American Vogue.
Vogue editors christened the ‘Ford’ dress after the era’s classic black car, asserting that the chic, long-sleeved design in unlined crèpe de chine would “become sort of a uniform for all women of taste.”.
Women's short hair movement was rung into the new decade by F. Scott Fitzgerald's short story, "Bernice Bobs Her Hair" Fitzgerald's story is about a socially inept Midwestern girl who is tricked into cutting her hair short by her rival.
to including the history for each year, events, news, significant technology advances during the time period and Military and Political Leaders. Summary of Women in the s Summary: The role of women in society had taken a massive leap forward In when all women were given the right to vote.
The roles of American Women in the s varied considerably between the 'New Woman', the Traditionalists and the older generation.