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Kyle Garrity Contact Zone Questions 3 & 4 1. I think this essay might be said to speak directly to me about my education as a reader and writer in a contact zone by slowly connecting me from a high school English reader and writer to a college level, knowledge making reader and writer. I think the relation to Guaman Poma and the student is that in a way we are both writing our essays in two different languages.
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Unformatted text preview: For the student we are in a transition process in which we are writing in a high school context while struggling to make new knowledge and turn it into academic college writing. 2. A community I am a member of could be my hometown and the contact zone could be how many people in my home area speak Spanish so my high school was very diverse and there were many contact zones within my school....
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