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A brief lesson on how to set up a Blogger blog

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    • Erin Lowry Teacher Training Course Centro Cultural Salvadoreño August 27, 2007
      • Using Blogger ( www.blogger.com )
      • Process is same for teachers creating a class blog and for students creating their personal blogs
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      • If you already have a Gmail account, just log in at http://www.gmail.com
      • If you do not, open a Gmail account
        • Use your Yahoo email or another one that you can easily check
    • Go to the Blogger home page ( http://www.blogger.com/ ) and select Create Your Blog Now .
    • Create an account with Blogger.
    • Now choose a name for your blog.
    • Next, select a template. This is what colors, background, and layout your blog will have. It can be changed later on.
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    • You can now edit your profile… From the Dashboard page, click the Edit Profile link:
    • Now you need to start posting... Go back to the Dashboard page, click the New Post icon: Add an entry.
    • When you are done, select Publish Post , and you should get a confirmation page:
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    • Now check out the blog that you've created. This example, Erin’s travel blog, is available at http://irwyn12.blogspot.com/ , or by clicking on the View Blog tag.
      • Individual student blogs linked to a course blog run by the teacher
        • Blogs easily linked together, creating larger online communities
      • Collaborative course blog
        • Students work together to create content on one blog site
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      • Sample activities
        • Final drafts of essays (e-portfolio)
        • Responses to movies
        • Self-evaluation of language learning
        • Commentaries on texts
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