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  • Intro to Blogging/Podcasting August 28, 2007 Day 2
  • Plan for today
    • Fill out CCAI (11-11:15)
    • Intro to blogging - read sample blogs (11:15-11:40)
    • Edit profile and write practice post (11:40-12:00)
    • Leave comment for 2 classmates (12:00-12:15)
  • Sample blogs
    • Divide into groups of 2 and each group visit a different blog from the list below.
    • Take 8 minutes to read some of the postings and then tell the class something new you learned from the blog and 4 characteristics that seem common to blogs.
    • www.lonelyplanet.com/blogs/travel-blog/
    • fromabroad.blogs.wvu.edu
    • www.blogaborad.com
    • www.uristudyaborad.com
    • Abroadblogs.newpaltz.edu
    • ww.unk.edu/international/studyabroad/index.php?id=14680
  • Blogging
    • Go to flteachingmoodle.org
    • Click on International and Intercultural Study
    • Log in
      • User name = last name
      • Password = Culture
    • Click on Participants
    • Click on your name
      • Edit your profile
  • Posting
    • Click on blog
    • Click on Add a new entry
    • Give your entry a title and then introduce yourself in the body. Tell where (somewhere abroad) you would like to one day visit/study/work and why.
    • When you are finished, click add.
  • Commenting
  • Homework
    • Write first blog posting on your culture-learning strategies. Which strategies do you seem to use most often? Which don’t you use, but might be good for you to use?