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WHAT IDEAS/EVENTS DURING THE 1920s ILLUSTRATE THE RURAL/URBAN CONFLICT? PowerPoint Presentation
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WHAT IDEAS/EVENTS DURING THE 1920s ILLUSTRATE THE RURAL/URBAN CONFLICT?

WHAT IDEAS/EVENTS DURING THE 1920s ILLUSTRATE THE RURAL/URBAN CONFLICT?

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  1. 2 Daily Quote &Question (DQ) 2 “It isn't where you came from, its where you're going that counts.” -ELLA FITZGERALD SONG FOR THE DAY: SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME WHAT IDEAS/EVENTS DURING THE 1920s ILLUSTRATE THE RURAL/URBAN CONFLICT?

  2. 2 Daily Quote &Question (DQ) 2 “If you have to ask what jazz is, you’ll never know.” -Louis Armstrong SONG FOR THE DAY: WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN (SO YOU WILL ASSOCIATE JAZZ WITH NEW ORLEANS) WHY WAS THE SCOPES TRIAL IMPORTANT?

  3. “If you have to ask what jazz is, you’ll never know.” -Louis Armstrong Daily Comment & Card 1920s 1920s HARLEM RENAISSANCE SHIFT IN POPULAR CULTURE, 1920s -Growth of African American literature and arts -Center of the movement was Harlem, New York -Southern African Americans brought jazz to Harlem -Writers from this period included Langston Hughes, Zora Neal Hurston and Claude McKay -Musicians included Duke Ellington, Bessie Smith and Louis Armstrong -Change from entertainment through home and small social groups to commercial, profit-making activities -Movies attracted audiences and Hollywood became the movie center of America -Professional athletics grew in participation and popularity, especially baseball, boxing and football -Tabloids and magazines increased in popularity SONG FOR THE DAY: WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN

  4. “If you have to ask what jazz is, you’ll never know.” -Louis Armstrong Daily Comment & Card 1920s HARLEM RENAISSANCE -Growth of African American literature and arts -Center of the movement was Harlem, New York -Southern African Americans brought jazz to Harlem -Writers from this period included Langston Hughes, Zora Neal Hurston and Claude McKay -Musicians included Duke Ellington, Bessie Smith and Louis Armstrong SONG FOR THE DAY: WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN

  5. It isn't where you came from, its where you're going that counts.” -ELLA FITZGERALD Daily Comment & Card 1920s SHIFT IN POPULAR CULTURE, 1920s -Change from entertainment through home and small social groups to commercial, profit-making activities -Movies attracted audiences and Hollywood became the movie center of America -Professional athletics grew in participation and popularity, especially baseball, boxing and football -Tabloids and magazines increased in popularity SONG FOR THE DAY: SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME

  6. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO: -DESCRIBE THE CHANGE IN CULTURE THAT DEVELOPED IN THE 1920s. -IDENTIFY THE IMPORTANCE OF MASS COMMUNICATION IN THE 20s -EVALUATE THE CHANGE IN HEROES DURING THIS TIME PERIOD AND IDENTIFY MAJOR HEROS OF THE TIME. -ANALYZE IMPORTANT TRENDS AND ARTISTS IN LITERATURE AND ART.

  7. 1920s: decade of change • JAZZ AGE • CONSUMER CULTURE • REVOLUTION IN MORALS • MASS COMMUNICATIONS • SPORTS HEROES • LITERATURE • ART

  8. JAZZ AGE -This was the music of youth, “new” & “modern” expressed rebellion -Phonographs & radio made it widely available BILLIE HOLIDAY ELLA FITZGERALD DUKE ELLINGTON LOUIS ARMSTRONG JOSEPHINE BAKER DIZZY GILLESPIE FATZ WALLER

  9. TIN PAN ALLEY AS HOME PIANOS BECAME POPULAR AFTER THE CIVIL WAR A DEMAND FOR SHEET MUSIC WAS CREATED. THIS SECTION OF NEW YORK CITY BEGAN TO EMERGE AS THE CAPTIAL OF MUSIC PUBLISHING. IT WAS WHERE SONG-WRITING AND MUSICAL IDEAS MIXED TO CREATE AMERICAN POPULAR MUSIC—A BLEND OF BLUES, JAZZ, AND RAGTIME. SHEET MUSIC WAS ALSO NEEDED FOR A NEW TYPE OF ENTERTAINMENT—VAUDEVILLE SHOWS. SONGS LIKE IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME , GIVE MY REGARDS TO BRAODWAY AND SHINE ON HARVEST MOON WERE ALL WRITTEN FOR VAUDEVILLE. FAMOUS SONGWRITERS LIKE IRVING BERLIN, COLE PORTER, SCOTT JOPLIN AND GEORGE GERSHWIN EMERGED FROM THIS AREA. BERLIN JOPLIN PORTER

  10. CONSUMER CULTURE -Electricity in homes transformed life for many Americans refrigerators, vacuums, washing machines -Buy on credit/ Advertising!

  11. AUTOMOBILE -Transformed American society -By 1929, 26.5 million registered -helps steel, glass, rubber, gasoline & construction (roads) industries -changes courting (dating) rituals A Henry Ford was the founder of Ford Motors, which innovated the auto industry with the assembly line and invented the Model T and Model A cars which had an affordable price.

  12. C. REVOLUTION IN MORALS -Revolt against sexual taboos -Freud (sexual repression = mental illness) -Margaret Sanger (birth control) -FLAPPERS Dresses hemmed at the knee “Bobbing” hair Smoking Driving

  13. MASS COMMUNICATION -Radio!! -NBC (1924) CBS (1927) -First broadcast Nov 2, 1920 KDKA Pittsburg broadcast presidential election results (Harding wins)

  14. HURRAY FOR HOLLYWOOD… -Movies are big business -Greta Garbo, Rudolf Valentino, Clara Bow -Talking pictures in 1927 GARBO BOW VALENTINO

  15. SPORTS HEROES -Political heroes give way to sports champions -Jack Dempsey (boxing) -Gertrude Ederle (swimming) -Jim Thorpe (football) -Babe Ruth (baseball) -Bobby Jones (golf) -Babe Diedrickson DEMPSEY EDERLE RUTH JONES THORPE DIEDRICKSON

  16. THE FIRST BIG SPORTS SCANDAL WAS THE “BLACK SOX” SCANDAL IN THE WORLD SERIES, 1919…

  17. CHARLES LINDBERGH BEST KNOWN HERO OF THE TIME! 1927 flew nonstop across Atlantic from Long Island to Paris… In March 1932 Lindbergh’s twenty month old son was kidnapped—it was the most famous kidnapping and investigation of the time. The baby’s body was found in May, but the man responsible (Bruno Hauptmann) was not arrested until 1934. He was electrocuted in 1936.

  18. Glenn Curtiss was known as the “Father of Naval Aviation” and the “Founder of the American Aircraft Industry”. His company built aircraft for the U.S. Army and Navy, and, during the years leading up to World War I, his experiments with seaplanes led to advances in naval aviation. Curtiss civil and military aircraft were predominant after WWI and during WWII.

  19. HEMINGWAY • LITERATURE -LOST GENERATION -ALIENATION -DISALLUSIONMENT Ernest Hemingway F. Scott Fitzgerald Sinclair Lewis Ezra Pound T.S. Eliot Eugene O’Neill POUND FITZGERALD LEWIS ELIOT O’NEILL

  20. HARLEM RENAISSANCE THE AWAKENING OF AFRICAN- AMERICAN CULTURE (INCLUDING JAZZ MUSIC) HAS BEEN CALLED THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE. AFRICAN-AMERICAN WRITERS AND POETS LIKE LANGSTON HUGHES EXPRESSED PRIDE IN THEIR HERITAGE. COUNTEE CULLEN WAS A LEADING POET AND ZORA NEALE HURSTON BECAME ONE OF THE FIRST SUCCESSFUL AFRICAN- AMERICAN WOMEN AUTHORS.

  21. ART Frank Lloyd Wright Edward Hopper Georgia O’Keeffe