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Welcome to theChippewa River Writing Project
The Chippewa River Writing Project (CRWP) is a site of the National Writing Project (NWP) at Central Michigan University supported by our College of Humanities and Social and Behavioral Sciences and College of Education and Human Services.
Our goal is to improve the teaching and learning of writing in Michigan’s schools and local communities by connecting CMU faculty and local teachers through outreach activities and professional development.

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Current Happenings

Archive of previous years' works

CRWP Resources

News from CRWP

Chippewa River Writing Project

CRWP Teachers as Writers Blog
CRWP Teachers as Writers
  • Why You Should Do a Writing Institute Nov 7, 2017
    Thunder rolled.  The lightning stuck.  And I woke up 40 minutes before my alarm was set to go off.  Woke up widely with the same giddiness I feel upon waking on a party/big event day, or a painting/redecorating my house day, or new-...
  • From the College, Career, and Community Writers Program to the SAT Essay: A Simple Step Oct 18, 2017
    The nuanced claim, authorizing, illustrating, and borrowing:  These are some of the moves used in argument writing as promoted by Joseph Harris in Rewriting: How to Do Things with Texts, a foundational text of The College, Career, and Communi...
  • A Visit with Gerald Graff and Cathy Birkenstein Oct 2, 2017
    On August 25, the Chippewa River Writing Project welcomed Gerald Graff and Cathy Birkenstein — authors of They Say, I Say:  The Moves That Matter in Academic Writing — to Central Michigan University.  During the morning, they...

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