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Oakland University and Meadow Brook Writing Project Host Summer Writing Camp

Publication: Michigan Chronicle
Date: June 25, 2013

Summary: The Meadow Brook Writing Project will sponsor a youth summer writing camp, providing attendees unique writing opportunities and a glimpse of the Oakland University campus.


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Youngsters from third to 12th grade can participate in a variety of writing camps on the campus of Oakland University this summer. The various youth writing camps, hosted by the Meadow Brook Writing Project, are being held in "America's Castle," the Meadow Brook mansion.

According to the Oakland University website, young authors will interact with award-winning, specially-trained experts in the field of writing. Collaborative teaching teams consist of K-12 writing teachers and Oakland University faculty from the Department of Writing and Rhetoric. All are alumni of Meadow Brook Writing Project's Summer Institute, an intensive writer's workshop for master teachers involved in the National Writing Project. All camp teachers are involved in continuing education through the NWP conferences, publications, and teacher-training workshops."

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