Focus: What topic or category(ies) do/does the post fit
into? More than one can be selected.
Brevity: Blog posts do NOT have length limit. Students are
more likely to read a short post rather than a long one.
Links: It’s good to provide pathways for readers to get more
information. Use hiperlinks to your own blog or to other
Images: An image helps your post visibility.
Tags: When people search for these keywords, they point
them to this post. Use a lot of tags. There is no penalty!
Title: Give some careful thought to the headline you choose
for your post. You can attract potential readers.
Tone: Invite students to comment and give some feedback
to the post. Analyze why some posts get more comments
Transparency: Don’t be afraid of sharing who you are, what
inspires and moves you. You can link your personal blog,
Twitter account or Facebook account.
Engage with your audience: It’s very important to read and
respond (as appropriate) to comments left by others.
Focus or audience of the activity
Topic of the activity
Instructions to do the
Asking for feedback
Useful structure to write the
comment in English.
Sample Comment Structure