KFUPM John Coltrane to Perform Free Style Jazz Thesis Statement

KFUPM John Coltrane to Perform Free Style Jazz Thesis Statement

Free Style Jazz Thesis



This is Philosophy class, and the assignment consist of one outline and a final paper.

Paper should be 3 to 5 pages. ( Not include Bibliography page.)




  1. Using the basics on arguments and logic, write your Thesis Statement on John Coltrane in relation to one topic covered between Modules (weeks) one and eight.


  1. Create an argument (premises and conclusion-a summary of your Thesis Statement).


  1. Based upon the argument you have created, write your paper outline. Use the templates provided by the instructor.


  1. Lastly, gather resources- books, media, interviews, articles, and other information to supports your Thesis Statement. Yes, you may use any and/or all of the materials read during this quarter. Type up a Bibliography page. This page will be last. Please use 5- 8 sources. Citing Sources: Why and How Video


Special Notice: Final papers which do not have a Thesis Statement, Outline, and Bibliography page will be deducted points. Hence, a successfully written paper must have the previous mentioned components. The paper should be 3 to 5 pages in length. Include a cover page and do not forget the bibliography page.


Suggested question: What three elements inspired John Coltrane to performed Free Style Jazz? Look up the word: Research.




  1. Lengthy introductions. These are entirely unnecessary and of no interest to the informed reader. There is no need to point out that your topic is an important one, and one that has interested philosophers for hundreds of years. Introductions should be as brief as possible. In fact, I recommend that you think of your paper as not having an introduction at all. Go directly to your topic.


  1. Lengthy quotations. Inexperienced writers rely too heavily on quotations and paraphrases. Direct quotation is best restricted to those cases where it is essential to establish another writer’s exact selection of words. Even paraphrasing should be kept to a minimum. After all, it is your paper. It is your thoughts that your instructor is concerned with. Keep that in mind, especially when your essay topic requires you to critically assess someone else’s views.



  1. Fence sitting. Do not present a number of positions in your paper and then end by saying that you are not quail.

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