Throughout the study of Langston Hughes's work, students with disabilities should have the option of using dictation software for writing assignments, and text-to-speech software for reading assignments, or any other ADA-mandated technological accommodations.
The Day One activity, "The Harlem Renaissance: Part 1," will require individual computers for students to conduct research and type a research proposal.
The Day Two activity, "You, Too, Sing America," may require various technologies and softwares based on students' chosen art form. For example, computers, audio recording software, or design software may be necessary.
The Day Two activity, "Meeting Hughes," will require access to...