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Lesson 2 - Blogs And Commenting

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The second in a series 3 of presentations to help EFL students and teachers learn how to blog and how to use blogger. ...

The second in a series 3 of presentations to help EFL students and teachers learn how to blog and how to use blogger.

Comments are the lifeblood of a good, active blog. It helps the writer and the read engage with each other and gives a "purpose" to writing. These slides help EFL teachers and learners to learn the comments features of blogger.

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    Lesson 2 - Blogs And Commenting Lesson 2 - Blogs And Commenting Presentation Transcript

    • Blogging and Edublogging 2: Blogs Grow with Comments Seth Dickens www.digitalang.com
    • Blogs Grow With Comments “Blogs are not just a one way road.”  Comments on your blog will:  Enhance and develop communication  Give you a chance to interact with each other, your teachers and your PLN in a different way  Commenting helps you to engage with your learning.  Commenting on other blogs helps you to connect to other people.
    • Blogs Grow With Comments Today’s Tasks  Tell us your blog address.  Use some html
    • Look at this sentence. It has a hyperlink. This is Seth’s Blog. Go have a look if you want. If you click on the words “Seth’s Blog” you go to a new webpage.
    • To do this on a web page we need some simple html code. This is <a href="http://www.digitalang.com/blog/"> Seth's Blog</a> Go have a look if you want.
    • Lets look at this code This is <a href="http://www.digitalang.com/blog/"> Seth's Blog</a> Go have a look if you want.
    • 1) The web address This is <a href="http://www.digitalang.com/blog/"> Seth's Blog</a> Go have a look if you want. This is the web address I want
    • 2) The text you want This is <a href="http://www.digitalang.com/blog/"> Seth's Blog</a> Go have a look if you want. This is the web address I want This is the text I want people to read
    • 3) The HTML “Anchor” tag This is <a href="http://www.digitalang.com/blog/"> Seth's Blog</a> Go have a look if you want. This is the web address I want This is the text I want people to read This is the HTML that makes the link appear
    • Lets look at that again This is <a href="http://www.digitalang.com/blog/"> Seth's Blog</a> http://www.digitalang.com/blog Seth's Blog <a href=“ "> </a>
    • Lets look at that again This is <a href="http://www.digitalang.com/blog/"> Seth's Blog</a> http://www.digitalang.com/blog Seth's Blog <a href=“ "> </a>
    • Blogs Grow With Comments Commenting tasks 2  Visit 5 of your colleagues’ and leave a comment on any post that interests you  Try to leave a comment that engages with the writer and encourages interaction ask questions  Leave at least one comment that contains a link to something relevant to the post.  Complete your blogging register.