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Teaching Writing on the Web

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Purdue OWL

Purdue OWL offers over 200 free resources for a wide variety of student groups including ESL learners, junior high and high school students, adult education and even professional writers. Topics include writing, research, grammar & mechanics, and style guides.

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National Scholastic Press Association

The Student Press is the home of the national organization for student journalists, with may resources for both teachers and students.

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Vote Smart

VoteSmart is a useful introduction to research tools.

Future pundits can research the voting records of elected officials across the US.

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The Concord Review

The Concord Review publishes academic essays of high school students, especially on topics for college AP exams.

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The Right Write Site

The Southern Oregon Write Site (SOWS) project originated as support for the writing process, but evolved into an online discussion forum. What the Internet adds to the writing curriculum is the freedom for students to read and respond to their classmates' writing. This resource explains the set up of a Write Site and how it worked, with reference to the SOWS.

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