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This article explores shared language development in secondary to postsecondary transitions. Based on survey findings of secondary students, the authors advocate using a shared language corpus to access and collect

This article explores shared language development in secondary to postsecondary transitions. Based on survey findings of secondary students, the authors advocate using a shared language corpus to access and collect student and instructor language about writing to smooth secondary to postsecondary transitions and transitions beyond the FYC classroom.

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  • 2014-09-01
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    Hannah, Mark A., & Saidy, Christina (2014). Locating the Terms of Engagement: Shared Language Development in Secondary to Postsecondary Writing Transitions. COLLEGE COMPOSITION AND COMMUNICATION, 66(1), 120-144.

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