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Upper Level Writing Resources

by Mary Ann Kelley
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Topic: High School Composition

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As students move into high school writing, expectations are higher and the process becomes more complex. Student have to use well thought out organization, careful planning, concise expression, and relentless editing to produce quality writing. The Writing Center at UNC has put together a large collection of writing resources for college writing that are excellent tools for upper level homeschoolers. The center’s downloads and videos offer detailed explanations about research, sourcing, organization, editing and proofreading, voice, fallacies, thesis statements, and dozens of other writing topics. Resources are listed alphabetically in four major topic areas (Writing the Paper; Citation, Style, and Sentence Level Concerns; Specific Writing Assignments/Context; and Writing for Specific Fields) so it takes a bit of work to organize the many resources in an orderly way that is useful as a guide to high school writing. If you’d like to use the resources as a high school composition course, you will find our blog post and assignment list helpful.

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