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Blogging at Bellaire

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  • 1. Blogging @ Bellaire
    Prep Unit Blog
  • 2. Blogs in plain english...
    Stop at graph.
  • 3. A blogging friend @ LPS – ‘Why Blog’
    Connections – Home / School / Global
    A reason
    to write
    A reason to read
  • 4. Blogging Terminology...
    Blog.
    Shot for Web Log.
    Post.
    Is what each update is called.
    Page.
    Found at the top of the blog.
    Comment.
    We love comments. They are what bring the blog to life.
    Category.
    Used to find posts of interest with ease.
  • 5. Let’s take a tour of the blog.
  • 6. Composing a comment.
    First names only.
    No personal information.
    It’s like a letter.
    To, Dear etc...
    Compliment, question or more information. Try to add something new to the conversation.
    From...
    Spelling, punctuation and grammar are important.
    Reread and edit your comment before posting.
  • 7. Subscribe.
    Updates will be sent to your e-mail so you don’t have to keep checking back.
  • 8. The Rules Rule.
    All posts and comments are approved by Mr Holloway before they appear on the Blog.
    All comments must be read by a teacher or parent before being posted by students.
    Students and parents are only to use FIRST names. Do not use last names in any comments.
    Do not include personal information in your comments. (Last names, phone numbers, address, places you will be etc).
    Use the Grandma Rule. If you wouldn’t say it to your Grandma, don’t post it! Once you post a comment the whole world can read it.
    All students must have a signed permission slip to be part of our Blog. This allows them to post, comment and have photos on our Blog.
    This is the internet permission form.

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