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Dance and Historical Events: Tips for making dance a key resource in teaching U.S. history

Dance and Historical Events: Tips for making dance a key resource in teaching U.S. history

Check out this classroom video on Teaching Channel. Teaching Channel is a video showcase-on the Web and TV-of inspiring teaching practices in America's public schools.

Check out this classroom video on Teaching Channel. Teaching Channel is a video showcase-on the Web and TV-of inspiring teaching practices in America's public schools.

It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing | 1939    Meet Me At The Savoy! Photo Series (1 of 4)    The Savoy Ballroon was located in Harlem New York and open from 1926 to 1958. It was one of the most famous dance halls of the swing era and home to legendary dancers like Frankie Manning, Norma Miller, Leon James and Al Minns. The Savoy was an integrated ballroom unlike many of it’s contemporary ballrooms like the Cotton Club.

It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing | 1939 Meet Me At The Savoy! Photo Series (1 of 4) The Savoy Ballroon was located in Harlem New York and open from 1926 to 1958. It was one of the most famous dance halls of the swing era and home to legendary dancers like Frankie Manning, Norma Miller, Leon James and Al Minns. The Savoy was an integrated ballroom unlike many of it’s contemporary ballrooms like the Cotton Club.

Summer & a Teachers Salary

Summer & a Teachers Salary

Taratibu Youth Association performing Sorsonet - 4th Annual Black History Month Show - February 18, 2012

Taratibu Youth Association performing Sorsonet - 4th Annual Black History Month Show - February 18, 2012

Bill "Bojangles" Robinson was the most famous of all African American tap dancers in the twentieth century.

Bill "Bojangles" Robinson was the most famous of all African American tap dancers in the twentieth century.

Dance 1930s- The Savoy Ballroom was a popular Harlem dance venue from 1920s-1950s.The Lindy Hop became famous there. Unlike the "whites only" policy of the Cotton Club, the Savoy was integrated, where white and black danced together.

Dance 1930s- The Savoy Ballroom was a popular Harlem dance venue from 1920s-1950s.The Lindy Hop became famous there. Unlike the "whites only" policy of the Cotton Club, the Savoy was integrated, where white and black danced together.

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