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3 2003 AP® ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITION
FREE-RESPONSE QUESTIONS (Form B)
(Suggested time — 40 minutes. This question counts one-third of the total essay section score.)
Read the following excerpt from a news story. Then, using appropriate support, write an editorial for your school
or local newspaper in which you develop a position on the issues raised in this news story.
PIPER, Kansas (AP) — High school teacher Christine
Pelton wasted no time after discovering that nearly
a fifth of her biology students had plagiarized their
semester projects from the Internet.
She had received her rural Kansas district’s
backing before when she accused students of
cheating, and she expected it ag...
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