Today, you will be giving this award to one of the following recipients!
Here Are the Recipients!
"Miss Vadino, when is this due again?"
"Look! Cullen created a poem called, "Atlantic City Waiter."
The William E. Harmon Foundation Award for Distinguished Achievement among Negroes, commonly referred to as the Harmon Award or Harmon Foundation Award, was a philanthropic and cultural award created in 1926 by William E.Harmon and administered by the Harmon Foundation.
How Do you Persuade Us?
Think about the message of their work. Why is it so important?
Countee Cullen, Claude McKay, Georgia Douglas Johnson, James W. Johnson, and Langston Hughes
When is the Due Date?
Only two class periods!
You are going to use the Google Doc to research one of these people. You are going to analyze their work, create a biography, and argue why this piece of work should receive the award. This all must be on a storyboard, like this one!
On the Google Doc, you will find out what should be on each slide. You must argue why his/her work is so important to the Harlem Renaissance!!
You will have two class periods to work on this assignment. I will accept it no later than Friday, January 11th. When you are finished, please let me save it for you and post it on Google Classroom.