Sophomores Painting History

10 Y and 10 Z Students Paint History of the 1920's for The Great Gatsby and Eugenics.

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Sophomores Painting History

Lily Batchelder; ”Due to the migration, jazz music became extremely popular in the northern urban cities… Creativity was in full bloom during the Harlem Renaissance.”

Lily Batchelder; ”Due to the migration, jazz music became extremely popular in the northern urban cities… Creativity was in full bloom during the Harlem Renaissance.”

Lily Batchelder; ”Due to the migration, jazz music became extremely popular in the northern urban cities… Creativity was in full bloom during the Harlem Renaissance.”

Lily Batchelder; ”Due to the migration, jazz music became extremely popular in the northern urban cities… Creativity was in full bloom during the Harlem Renaissance.”

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During the unit on The Great Gatsby, students made paintings to represent the main ideas and themes in the book and the 1920’s along with the concept of Eugenics.  We went to Tom Sawyer and Kim Paniagua’s class to take a look at their exceptional work.

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