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Academic Explorations - Crafting the Essay [Franklin and Marshall College] {Residential} (Session 1) – Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth

Academic Explorations - Crafting the Essay [Franklin and Marshall College] {Residential} (Session 1)

Residential Academic Needs based scholarship Competitive application process

Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth

Date/Time: Jul 16, 2023 - Aug 4, 2023    
Ages: 12-17
Cost: $5,999.00
Registration deadline: May 19, 2023

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This immersive and collaborative course will introduce you to great essayists including Annie Dillard, Charles Simic, and Richard Rodriguez, and help you find your own distinctive narrative voice. You and your classmates will read, analyze, and discuss works of creative nonfiction, fiction, and poetry, and then experiment with tone and mood, imagery, prose, and a variety of structures and narrative devices while learning how to effectively use figurative language to create your own moving and engaging personal stories. Through daily readings, informal writing assignments, editing workshops, and major writing projects, you will gain an understanding of the patterns and techniques of successful authors, and develop your own strengths as a writer. You will leave the course with strong critical reading and writing skills that you will continue to use through high school, college, and beyond.

Location

Franklin & Marshall College
415 Harrisburg Ave.
Lancaster, PA 17603

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