Playwright to teach students how to write college application essays
Novelist, award-winning playwright and educator, David L. Meth will be teaching high school seniors how to write college application essays in small groups during the summer Monday at his Greenwich office. These one-week intensive courses run from Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to noon.
This summer program has been designed to allow students to work in a relaxed environment before their senior year begins. The goal is to learn how to write compelling personal narratives that invite the reader into their lives. As the student's thoughts become words, the power and beauty of language emerges and the essay takes on an individual voice that resonates and remains long after it is put down.
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Meth is a teacher with many years of experience. His students have been accepted by the finest colleges and universities in the U.S. and abroad. His novel, "A Hint Of Light," published in 2010, received 5-star reviews on Amazon, and his plays have been produced nationally and internationally. His play, "9/12," won the 2008 Peace Writing International Award and he received an Artistic Fellowship from the State of Connecticut in 2009 for his play, "To The Death Of My Own Family."
For more information visit collegeapplicationessays.us or call 203-622-9232 to register.