create an outline only (AP english)

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Writing Prompt: A testament to the United States' unprecedented prosperity in the Roaring Twenties, jazz's growing popularity sparked a grave controversy, with many viewing the appeal of jazz as either an annoyance or a threat. Write a well-reasoned essay in which you defend, challenge, or qualify this statement, using evidence taken from your reading of the "Jazz" essay and the two PBS sites on "History in the Key of Jazz."Hint: When you see the terms in red in the prompt, you know that you will be writing an argument essay, one where you will attempt to convince your reader to consider if not accept your point of view on the topic in question.

(Information you should use for the outline)

- https://www.theatlantic.com/past/docs/unbound/jazz...

- https://web.archive.org/web/20160119015136/http://...

- https://web.archive.org/web/20160114164940/http://...


(directions) Creating a Rogerian argument outline following the format on this page. In this outline, you will:

  • state the problem to be resolved (be sure to remain objective, neutral, and accurate)
  • state the issue as a question
  • supply key points supporting one position
  • supply key points supporting the opposing position
  • include the common ground for the two positions and achieve a dialogue between the sides in an effort to effect change
  • write a fair and concise summary of the strongest points of both sides - then formulate a resolution where you present the best of both sides and then offer conformity.

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1. Introduction 1. State problem to be resolved. Remain objective, neutral, and accurate. (Include brief background information, but keep it ​brief​.) 2. State your issue as a question. 3. Provide your thesis statement (this is your position on the subject.) 1. Body 1. Begin with key points supporting alternative (opposing) position. You may wish to use phrases such as “opponents of this position argue that…” to shift to this other position, ​briefly​. 2. Bring the reader back to your position, your thesis. You may wish to use transitions such as “Nevertheless…” or “Regardless…” This is where you begin your key argument, the bulk of your essay. 3. Make your argument, developing your supporting paragraphs around your key points. A suggestion… place your strongest point LAST in this sequence. Your weaker point (or weakest, if you have three) should be first. 2. Conclusion 1. Provide a fair and concise summary of strongest points of both sides – offer conformity in a resolution that presents the best that both sides have to offer. ...
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A testament to the United States' unprecedented prosperity in the Roaring Twenties, jazz’s
growing popularity sparked a grave controversy, with many viewing the appeal of jazz as
either an annoyance or a threat. Should the testament to the United States’ prosperity in the
Roaring Twenties about jazz’s growing popularity be viewed as an annoyance or threat?
The escalating acceptance and recognition of Jazz’s growing in the United States in a period
of time commonly recognized as the Roaring Twenties, was a vivid and spectacular point of
transformation in the life of Americans. As the developments in the music industry increased
so did Jazz burgeon through the hard times and become a symbol of several forms of freedom
in America. Jazz was used as a tool to give encouragement and assurance to the frightened
citizens of America.
The thriving of this type of music united the people breaking down the obstacles between the
American people. The Consumer culture flourished, with ever greater numbers of Americans
purchasing automobiles, electrical appliances, and other widely available consumer products.
The achievement of material affluence became a goal for many US citizens as well as an
object of satire and ridicule for the writers and intellectuals of the Lost Generation.
Technological innovations like the telephone and radio irrevocably altered the s...

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Anonymous
Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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