Essential College Writing Skills

This Oregon Writing Project (OWP) style camp features reading widely in the essay genre, quick writing responses, learning to “read as a writer”, applying peer and instructor feedback to grow essay drafts––learning questions to ask peer readers is a revision skill that is fully portable when you leave home for college. We will learn to generate a strong variety of sentences, featuring reading essays like a writer, with several new essay starts and final essays started and grown with peer and instructor feedback.

Taught by two experienced college writing Teacher Consultants with the Oregon Writing Project Collaborative (OWPC) at George Fox University, one of five Oregon Writing Project sites on private and public college campuses, where ‘teachers joyfully teach teachers” in summer residence institutes.

Instructors:

Lise Hull: has taught English and Writing at WOU and OSU to international students from far and wide and is deeply inspired by all of the things she learns from them.

Steve Jones: Currently co-directs the OWP@George Fox U, bicycles 20 miles per day, & has taught college writing at OSU, WSU, Chemeketa CC & Sprague HS.

**Contact instructor, Steve Jones, at srjones24407@gmail.com for further information.

Dates

July 10-28, 2017

Format

Fully online

Who is Invited

All high school students

Cost

$95. Last day to register is June 30, 2017. In case of student cancellation, full refunds will be granted up to 30 days prior to the start of camp (June 10). After this date no refund will be granted.

REGISTRATION

Online registration HERE

Print a paper registration form (Word) (PDF) and find instructions to pay by check.