In and out of the home throughout his teenage years, Armstrong was taken under the wing of Peter Davis, who taught music there. Some Of These Days 1927 Version - Sophie Tucker 41. Ida, Sweet As Apple Cider - Red Nichols 64. · T will monitor the exit ticket. · T will monitor the room while the Ss take notes and work on their note taking and reading comprehension skills.
Becoming a Musician One of Louis' favorite things to do as a boy was to watch the local jazz musicians. He would like to take pop music and recompose it to make it more interesting. When Louis was around 12, he got in trouble for shooting a gun into the air on New Year's Eve. The most significant version of the song is the one by the first artist that is listed. I Wanna Be Loved By You - Helen Kane 59. The All Stars In the 1940s, Armstrong formed a small jazz band called the All Stars. And it all got started in the 1920s.
Playing in that band, Armstrong made his most important early records, the Hot Fives and Sevens. Henry Ford poses with the first Ford model and the ten millionth automobile his factory produced. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And out - Bessie Smith 51. T'Ain't Nobody's Biz-ness If I Do - Bessie Smith 62. It was, says Rawlins, an era of experimentation. Teacher: · T will have the Ss write a poem about the struggles of people in their community today.
When The Red, Red Robin Comes Bob-Bob-Bobbin' Along - Al Jolson 83. · Ruth is known as one of the best baseball players of all time. Sonny Boy - Al Jolson 14. Born: August 4, 1901, in New Orleans, Louisiana Died: July 6, 1971 in New York As a child, Louis Armstrong, grew up in poverty and to earn some money, he did odd jobs. Only Charlie Parker comes close to having as much influence on the history of Jazz as Louis Armstrong did. Louise - Maurice Chevalier 31.
· T will first have the Ss briefly think about the problems that can be found anywhere, and ask the Ss to write a poem, rap, or other piece of cultural art form that makes them bring awareness to various problems. Armstrong was also an influential singer. In mostly all of Armstrong's movies, radio, and television appearances, he was featured as a good-humored entertainer. Why: He had a passion for jazz music and made lots of albums. The Brakeman's Blues - Jimmie Rodgers 97. Armstrong played in various bands in New Orleans such as Kid Ory's Band and the Tuxedo Brass Band.
Charmaine - Guy Lombardo 84. It was during this time that he switched from playing the cornet to playing the trumpet. He is remembered as one of the greatest musicians in American history. · Hughes was known as a great American poet. The song covers the dramatic changes racially and in politics.
Professional baseball took off spurred by the tremendous hitting of Babe Ruth. He was a great throughout the world. He started up his own band and made several recordings. This increased flow of money into the stock market drove stocks even higher, but the poor financial decisions people were making were not going to last forever. Empty Bed Blues - Bessie Smith 75.
Much like Neil Armstrong a few decades later, Lindbergh's achievement instantly changed the future of America. American stocks also made great gains after the countries success in World War I. · T will make sure to include the following key points: Babe Ruth lived between the years 1895 — 1948. Describe the cultural developments and individual contributions in the 1920s of the Jazz Age Louis Armstrong , the Harlem Renaissance Langston Hughes , baseball Babe Ruth , the automobile Henry Ford , and the airplane Charles Lindbergh. What: Louis Armstrong was a famous jazz player and made it famous.
With the help of manager, Joe Glaser, he formed Louis Armstrong and His All Stars. The National Football League also had its beginnings. Louis Armstrong was born in New Orleans, Louisiana on August 4, 1901. Their main goal was to inspire African Americans to succeed and change racial stereotypes. Tip Toe Through The Tulips - Nick Lucas 56. Silent movie stars Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks were investors in the theater. · T will show a brief Power Point on the three figures to clarify any misunderstandings.