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Judy Garland was one of America's most famous child stars. In this lesson students will explore Garland's life as they investigate a variety of musical, historical, and artistic resources

Jul 7th, 2004 | 0 comments

Woody Guthrie: Ain't Got No Home - Lesson Overview

This lessonwill provide students with an understanding of the political and economic climate in which Woody Guthrie lived and examine how his music reflected his times.

Oct 28th, 2003 | 0 comments

Alfred Hitchcock and David O. Selznick - Lesson Overview

In this lesson plan, students compare and contrast the Hollywood film industry of the 30s and 40s with Hollywood today. They conduct research, present it in a creative posterboard project, and follow up with a discussion of the findings.

Apr 16th, 2001 | 1 comment

Allen Ginsburg: Poetry and Politics - Lesson Overview

Students will read one or more of Ginsberg’s poems, will read about the work of other Beat writers, and will investigate the larger social and political climate in which they lived.

May 29th, 2000 | 0 comments

Lena Horne: Race and the American Artist - Lesson Overview

In this lesson plan, students will participate in activities that focus on the role of race in the entertainment world and make connections to Horne's life story.

Mar 29th, 1999 | 0 comments

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