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Join Our Class Blog V3
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Join Our Class Blog V3

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  • 1. Join our class blog! What is a blog? A blog is a free webpage that you can edit. You can add text, pictures, video or audio to share with your teacher, classmates and even friends and family back home. Many people think a blog is the same as a diary – this is true, except anyone in the world can read your blog! Why do I need a blog? In your English class, every student has a blog. In class, we use blogs for homework and for class activities – it is great for improving your writing and grammar as well as lots of other things! Also, it will be an excellent record of your time in the UK. How do I set up a blog? • Go to http://www.blogger.com/. Click on the orange arrow which says “Create your blog now”. • On the following screen, enter your email address (don’t worry it will be safe!) and the other details it asks for. If you already have a Google account you don’t need to do this step – you

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