"Own It": Empowering Writers Through a Community of Feedback

Adler, Mary; Vose, Kim; Jones, Erin
November 2017
California English;Nov2017, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p18
Academic Journal
The article reports that the high school juniors enrolled in the advanced program (AP) courses enacting dual roles of high school students and college freshmen as both authors and readers. They are expected to produce writing that reveals college-level analysis yet is produced under conditions that resemble a game of endurance. AP students need to internalize the moves of academic writers while adopting rhetorical strategies to pass the exam.


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