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  • 1. Blogging the writing process with teens Isabela Villas Boas Ronaldo Lima Jr. Casa Thomas Jefferson, Brasília
  • 2. Blogging the writing process
    • What are blogs?
    • What do people blog about?
  • 3.
    • ANYTHING!
  • 4.
    • How to blog
    Blogging the writing process
  • 5.
    • Choose a host:
      • blogger.com
      • wordpress.com
      • edublogs.org
      • motime.com
    • Write a post
    • Invite readers to write comments
    •  Blogosphere
  • 6.
    • Web 2.0
    Blogging the writing process
  • 7.
    • Web 2.0
      • User-generated content:
  • 8.
    • New skills
    Blogging the writing process
  • 9.
    • Typing
    • Publishing
      • Readership
      • Authorship
    • (chaotic) reading
    • Professional skills
  • 10.  
  • 11.  
  • 12. Blogging the writing process
    • Product approach
      • Focus on the final product, in which the writer shows knowledge of grammatical, lexical and rhetorical rules
      • School-based essays and themes are static representations of students’ learning and content knowledge.
    • Process approach
      • Focus on the writer’s cognitive process emphasis on writing stages, such as planning, revising and rewriting;
    • Post-process paradigm
      • Social-constructivist view of writing writing, as a form of literacy, is an inherently social and transactional process that involves mediation between the writer and his/her reader .
  • 13. Stages in the writing process (non-linear)
    • Pre-writing: motivating Ss for the topic; generating ideas; planning
    • Writing multiple drafts
    • Getting feedback
      • from teacher
      • from peers
    • Revising
    • Evaluating
  • 14. Peer revision
    • Congruent with our view of language, learning, and language learning
      • Stimulates interaction
      • Stimulates awareness of audience
      • Promotes learner independence
    • Reasons not to do peer revision:
      • “ I don´t have time to do it.”
      • “ I´ve tried it once and it didn’t work.”
      • “ Students don’t like doing it.”
  • 15. Blogging the writing process
  • 16.
    • Intermediate Class 1:
    • http://my3b.blogspot.com
    • Intermediate Class 2:
    • http://355north.blogspot.com
    • Advanced Class:
    • http://class404-a-mainbranch.21classes.com
    Blogging the writing process