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By this lecture you will have been blogging for a year and a half, so you begin with some reflections on your use of Blogfolio within the primary education programme. …

By this lecture you will have been blogging for a year and a half, so you begin with some reflections on your use of Blogfolio within the primary education programme.
You look beyond your own blogging as a student to consider ways in which it might be used to support or extend children’s writing across the curriculum in a primary school, looking at examples of children’s blogs and some case studies projects.
IN SESSION TASK
• Review blogs written by primary pupils and provide constructive feedback on their writing
TO FOLLOW UP
• Read Chapter 2, Weblogs: pedagogy and practice of Richardson (2010)
• Read Parkin (2011) on David Mitchell’s work at Heathfield CPS.
• Ensure all elements of your Year 2 ICT work are up to date on your blog, and spend some time providing constructive feedback to others in your group.

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  • 1. The Written Word Year 2, Lecture 16 March 2012
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  • 4. Web 0.1 Media Text Authors Academics Content Self publishing Aims Linking Peer review Business Model Subsidy
  • 5. Web 0.1 Web 1.0 Media Text Media rich Authors Academics The Industry Content Self publishing Professional Aims Linking Peer review Readers Customers Business Model Subsidy Premium content advertising
  • 6. Web 0.1 Web 1.0 Web 2.0 Media Text Media rich Text + Authors Academics The Industry User community Content Self publishing Professional Collaborative peer production Aims Linking Peer review Readers Customers Community Esteem Business Model Subsidy Premium content advertising Advertising Premium features Open Source
  • 7. Web 0.1 Web 1.0 Web 2.0 Web 3.0 Media Text Media rich Text + Data Authors Academics The Industry User community Machines Content Self publishing Professional Collaborative peer production Connected Aims Linking Peer review Readers Customers Community Esteem Smart Ubiquitous Business Model Subsidy Premium content advertising Advertising Premium features Open Source Personalized advertising You pay with your data
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    • User created content
    • Comments
    • Tagging
    • Social networks
    • User interface
    • Customisation
    • Integration (tweet this, like that)
    • RSS
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    • Blogger, edublogs, wordpress, elgg, drupal…
    • A place of one ’ s own
    • Chronology
    • RSS Subscription
    • The blogroll
    • Comments, trackbacks, pings
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    • Creating not just consuming
    • Writing for pleasure
    • Writing for an audience
    • Informal learning
    • Personalisation – choice and voice
    • Self esteem
    • Shared blogs
    • Reflection and review
    • Feedback and dialogue
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