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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

Multigenre Ideas For Your Blogs

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.

Biographical essay

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.


Quebec Olympic Athlete – Vincent Marquis 2010

Quebec Olympic Athlete – Kim St-Pierre Quebec

Québec Olympic Athlete – Roberto Luongo


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How to put the Edublogger Student Challenge Badge In Your Sidebar

student blogging challengeLike this badge? Now that you’ve signed up for the 2014 Student Blogging Challenge you’re entitled to post this beautiful badge in your sidebar.

This is where you can find the badge and general instructions.

Online Bulletin Board

This week we brought more than 50 new blogs online. Bravo to all the students for their hard work creating content and mastering the basic skills to create blog posts and inserting images. I couldn’t be prouder of all of you!

Please congratulate 3 new Tech Desk members

Jake Online  –  Rebecca Online  –  Penelope Online

Congratulations to the students behind

Kane Online  and  Nicholas Online

for becoming the first two members of our Tech Desk!