Welcome! This year ALL THINGS QUEBEC will be home to one teacher (Evelyn Yvonne Theriault) and about seventy gr.5 and gr.6 students. Please click on any link below to reach the site of one of our brand new year 2015 bloggers!
Time to hit the pause button!
Step 1 Edit blog content.
Today’s Focus: Capitals, paragraphing
Step 2 Revise blog content.
Today’s Focus: Snazzy titles, Call-to-action
Photo Credit: Maximilian Schönherr via Wikimedia Commons
Great posts have GREAT TITLES!
– Examples from Live Blogs –
Make it out alive by Austin Online
Where I stood still by Geoff Online
I’m a sandwich by Mackenzie Online
Fire Beetle With Horns by Nicholas Online
Flowertastic by Sabrina Online
Ah! Nature by Tony Online Continue reading
Your blog is a great place to experiment with many different forms of writing. Some forms of writing follow set patterns (e.g. lists, formal letters) while others are more free-flowing. Here are examples to get you started.
A biography is an account of a person’s life. It can be strictly non-fiction (factual) but when you’re writing for a blog you will usually add a personal touch.
Suggestions Do choose someone you’re really interested in. Don’t only write some facts – personalize the essay with your own opinions or reasons for choosing that person.
An interview is a conversation where one Continue reading