HIS 120CA WEEK 4 Jazz Age Presentation

HIS 120CA WEEK 4 Jazz Age Presentation

Resources: University Library and Internet

Select one individual from any of the following lists. No two students will present the same person. There are many others you might want to research. Check with the instructor if you want to add a different film or artist from this era.

Movies
The Great Train Robbery (1903 version by Thomas Edison)
The Jazz Singer (1927 version)
Actors and actresses
Harold Lloyd
Greta Garbo
Charlie Chaplin
Lillian Gish
Rudolph Valentino
Louise Brooks
William S. Hart
Writers
Zora Neale Hurston
Langston Hughes
Wallace Thurman
Jessie Fauset
Claude McKay
John Steinbeck
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Ernest Hemmingway
Musicians
Louis Armstrong
Billie Holiday
Glenn Miller
George M. Cohan
Scott Joplin
Artists
Lois Mailou Jones
Jacob Lawrence
Aaron Douglas
Prepare a 5- to 10-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation outlining the individual’s contributions to our culture.

Format your presentation consistent with APA guidelines.
Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.
Note. You will present your Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation to the entire class. Duration should be a minimum of four minutes and a maximum of ten. You must mention at least four historical issues or events during this person’s career to earn full points. Example: John Steinbeck’s novel In Dubious Battle talked about the appeal of communism to laid off workers in America during the Great Depression.

HIS 120CA WEEK 4 Jazz Age Presentation