This is our penultimate week in the blogging challenge.
When you come to the end of a topic, what does your teacher often do?
- That’s right! They give you a test.
This week’s challenge is a test about your blogging skills.
Having read many of your posts, I came up with the following essentials in a great post.
- catchy title
- includes at least two visuals whether photo, cartoon, video or another web 2.0 tool like padlet, glogster, wordle etc
- interesting topic with the passion of the author coming through, shows well researched topic
- well written and not copy/pasted from somewhere else
- shows it has been proofread and spellchecked
- written in paragraphs – at least three of them
- includes links to other websites on similar topics – at least two of these
- attribution for any images, video, music or clip art used – including those used in slideshows etc
Here are some examples of posts from a previous challenge:
- Mark wrote about what family means
- Nathan wrote about global issues in general
- Kaitlyn wrote about education around the world
- Pranav wrote about travelling overseas
- Jannat wrote about my future
- Jennifer wrote about plastic pollution
When you have finished your post, please come back here to the blogging challenge and leave a comment on this post.
So what will the topic be for you to blog about?
ANIMALS ANIMALS ANIMALS ANIMALS
Problems like poaching, cruelty, extinction
Anything to do with animals
Make sure you check hints 2, 7 and 8 in the essentials of a great post
Still got time left this week:
- Visit Namitha to add some words of help for people in Nepal or write your own post sending words to Nepal.
- Keep visiting other student and class blogs to leave comments and continue conversations.
- Check out the Flipboard magazine to see if your post is mentioned there and visit some of their blogs
- Leave links to your posts on the student blogging challenge blog posts so Miss W can visit and leave comments or flip your posts to the magazine.
- Go to the Free Rice site to play games to help donate rice, some of which is going to Nepal