Using the Site 1 article (first four paragraphs), answer the following questions:
Who wrote this article? When was it published?
Anne Shaw Faulkner in August 1921 in the ladies home journal
According to Faulkner, what was the "serious situation" facing America in the 1920s?
The immoral behavior of young people caused by jazz music and its evil influence
What rule does Faulkner claim was adopted by the National Dancing Master's Association, and why? The rule banned vulgar cheap jazz music because it almost forced dancers to use jerky half steps and invites immoral variations.
Part 2: A Flapper's Appeal to Parents
Using the Site 2 article (first eight paragraphs), answer the following questions:
Who wrote this letter? Who is it addressed to?
It was written by a flapper girl by the name of Ellen Welles Page and it was to her parents.
What characteristics of flapper style does she identify in paragraph 1?
Mainly like what kinds of clothes they wear and how they have their hair cut and what the bobbed hair cut means. It also mentions what all she does like what she attends and what she likes to do. Also what she don’t do or what she don’t like to do.
What does she identify as differences between her generation and her parents' generation?