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The Arts of the Harlem Renaissance Summer Camp (3rd- 6Th Grade)

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Hosanna Academy
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(2)
In this class 5 day summer camp, students will learn all about the Harlem Renaissance. They will explore the people and places like Harlem, Langston Hughes, Josephine Baker, Nicholas Brothers, Duke Ellington and more!

Class experience

Students will learn about key people and places during the Harlem Renaissance.
Students will do an arts-based activity connected to the lesson.
Students will explore paintings, writings, music & dance of the Harlem Renaissance.
Students will learn legacy terms & strengths-based characteristics that build character.
Students will have fun!
All the teachers with Hosanna teaching on the Outschool platform have a B.A., have taken classes in Child Development, Education, and curriculum and pedagogy, and have worked in the field of education a minimum of 2 years, prior to being hired. They also go through a teacher training program facilitated by the Director on working with diverse learners, curriculum development, literacy development, arts-integrated lessons, and building a positive classroom environment where students can flourish.

Hosanna's Director, one of the teachers, has been an educator for over 25 years.  She received her undergraduate training from UCLA in English and African American Studies, and her graduate training in Education from Harvard University (Ed.M.), CSU Dominguez Hills (Teaching Credential), and UC Berkeley (Ph.D.).  She first started as an elementary teacher (her favorite!), taught middle school English, and currently is a professor in a Teacher Education program, where she prepares pre-service teachers how to teach all learners successfully.  She also teaches college writing, the history of education, African American education history, and facilitates writing workshops for elementary and middle school students. She employs reader’s theater as a literacy strategy and performative tool to get students engaged with learning. as  I have implemented in all my classes (K-college). 

Homework Offered
There will be no assigned homework, but students can complete whatever they do not finish in the session.
Assessments Offered
Grades Offered
Harlem Renaissance Worksheets (provided)
Watercolor paint set - $1.00 -$3.00 (available at the Dollar Store, 99 Cent store, and Amazon)
white paper (to paint on)
Construction paper (3 sheets of any color)
paper cup (for water for the watercolors)
napkin
8 oz of air dry modeling clay (you can use playdough as a substitute)
water
crayons and/or markers
pencil
glue/glue stick
scissors (child friendly)
Popsicle stick or straw
household items (for example: find something you can use as a drum that could be a book, or plastic bowl; find a piece of clothing from your parents that could be turned into attire worn during the 20s - a scarf, hat, blazer, tie, etc.)














Information gathered for the bios was created using Kids Britannica and Kiddle:
https://kids.britannica.com/kids/article/Harlem-Renaissance/353232
https://www.kiddle.co/s.php?q=Harlem+Renaissance#gsc.tab=0&gsc.q=Harlem%20Renaissance&gsc.page=1
All images and readings  (artists' paintings, poetry) will be viewed from a PowerPoint which the students will be able to see. Students will also engage in shared reading activities. 
Sources used:
https://kids.britannica.com/
https://www.kiddle.co/s.php?q=Harlem+Renaissance#gsc.tab=0&gsc.q=Harlem%20Renaissance&gsc.page=1
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(2)
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Hosanna Academy is excited to bring educational, fun and engaging classes to you.

We offer classes in writing, history, poetry, theater, science, and art for ages  5-13. And workshops to help with applying to college.

We have over six years... 
Group Class

$150

for 5 classes
5x per week, 1 week
90 min

Live video meetings
Ages: 8-12
3-10 learners per class

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