For your 3rd post of the MARCH 2016 STUDENT BLOGGING CHALLENGE I asked you to write a free choice post inspired by a suggestion from another Blogging Challenge teacher. I was amazed at the wide variety of ideas and the creativity you displayed.
Here’s a small selection from the many top-quality posts!
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Hayley did an A-Z post about her passion – dancing! Ian wrote a short but very touching post about his desired magical power. Skylar and Nyha also shared their feelings (peak experiences and thankfulness). Continue reading
I’ve been very inspired by the wide range of topics in the blogs I’ve read in the MARCH 2016 STUDENT BLOGGING CHALLENGE so I thought it would be fun this week to use other bloggers’ ideas as jumping off points for our own posts. This is just one other way to raise the quality of our blogs AND increase the great conversations!
So, your task this week is to find something that inspires you, to write a fresh post and then to link back to the original post that inspired you. Finally, you should acknowledge the originator of the idea and let them know about your post.
Here are some ideas to get you started!
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Here we go! Miss W just posted the first student blogging challenge of 2016 so let’s get started.
Activity 1 Avatars * optional *
If you’d like to create a new avatar, feel free to try out one of Miss W’s suggestions. Don’t forget to save the image as a jpg on your USB key (or meet me in the lab at lunch).
Activity 2 About Me * obligatory *
It’s time to give your About Me a make over.
Step 1 Create a rich profile that includes:
a. the basics (i.e. blog name, age, grade, school, location, family, languages spoken) Continue reading
1.) 2016 March Student Challenge Badge
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Copy the code into a text widget. Continue reading