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How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall? Blog, blog, blog.

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Presentation for New Horizons Conference 2007

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How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall? Blog, blog, blog.

  1. 1. How Do You Get To Carnegie Hall?
  2. 2. Blog Blog Blog
  3. 3. aggregator blogosphere blogroll carnival categories comments permalink live journal online diary post date ping podcast RSS feed trackback users weblog
  4. 4. So, what is a blog?
  5. 5. Jill Walker’s official definition
  6. 6. “ A weblog, or blog, is a frequently updated website
  7. 7. consisting of dated entries arranged in reverse chronological order
  8. 8. so the most recent post appears first.”
  9. 9. What does blog mean?
  10. 10. web log
  11. 11. weblog
  12. 12. blog
  13. 13. How can it be used?
  14. 14. blog can be a noun
  15. 15. I have a blog.
  16. 16. I have a blog. My blog is cool.
  17. 17. I have a blog. My blog is cool. Have you read my blog?
  18. 18. or a verb
  19. 19. I blog.
  20. 20. I blog. You blog.
  21. 21. I blog. You blog. We all blog.
  22. 22. Or both
  23. 23. Bloggers
  24. 24. Bloggers blog.
  25. 25. How do people use blogs?
  26. 26. all kinds of ways
  27. 27. Journaling Model
  28. 28. LIVE JOURNALS
  29. 33. likes
  30. 38. dislikes
  31. 43. NEWS JOURNALS
  32. 44. “ Just the facts.”
  33. 46. “ Fair and balanced”
  34. 48. “ Embedded” journalists
  35. 51. EDITORIAL JOURNALS
  36. 55. How I got into blogging.
  37. 56. Everyone was doing it.
  38. 57. I heard about blogs.
  39. 58. I was curious.
  40. 59. I read some blogs.
  41. 60. I was not impressed.
  42. 61. I read a friend’s blog.
  43. 63. I was hooked.
  44. 65. discipline
  45. 66. research
  46. 67. teaching
  47. 68. comments
  48. 69. linking
  49. 70. blogroll
  50. 74. Community of bloggers
  51. 75. Social Network
  52. 77. I decided to blog.
  53. 79. I made my students blog.
  54. 80. Group blogs.
  55. 83. Individual blogs
  56. 87. What I like about blogs.
  57. 88. Blogs are versatile
  58. 89. Research notes
  59. 90. Analysis of Harold Bloom's “Dumbing Down American Readers” Main Idea : Bloom claims that reading Harry Potter stories only prepares children for reading Steven King stories Support : Bloom says, “Our society and our literature and our culture are being dumbed down. I’ve seen the study of literature debased. There’s very little authentic study of the humanities remaining.” Source : Harold Bloom, Dumbing down American readers, The Boston Globe, 9/27/2003
  60. 91. Reading Journal
  61. 92. Response to “Dumbing Down American Readers” I agree with a couple of points Harold Bloom made in his column. I agree that award for “distinguished contribution” shouldn’t be given to an author based on the popularity of his books, but the quality of his writing. But it seems that his criteria are just too strict. He sounds very snobbish when he is trying convince us that there is only a handful of authors that can belong to this very small circle and everybody else “just can’t write”.
  62. 93. Discussion forum
  63. 94. 2 Comments » I totally agree with you on literature is any writing that you have learned from. Literature can be poetry, non-fiction or even an English book in school. Comment by lori stewart — October 8, 2006 @ 8:25 pm Agreed, no one should limit the definition to one type or term. If you enjoy writing then you should write it how you want to, just make sure the message is sent. Comment by josephandress — October 9, 2006 @ 8:29 pm
  64. 95. Writing portfolios
  65. 96. Topical versus Portfolio Structure Structure <ul><li>Compare two blogs </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Re: Compare two blogs </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Compare two blogs </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Re: Compare two blogs </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Compare two blogs </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Re: Compare two blogs </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Compare two blogs </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Re: Compare two blogs </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Compare two blogs </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Re: Compare two blogs </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Compare two blogs </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Re: Compare two blogs </li></ul></ul><ul><li>What’s in a name? </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Re: What’s in a name? </li></ul></ul><ul><li>What is literature? </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Re: What is literature? </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Crop Circles: yes or no? </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Re: Crop Circles: yes or no? </li></ul></ul>
  66. 97. Blogs are rhetorical
  67. 98. Audience Writer Purpose
  68. 99. Logos
  69. 100. Ethos
  70. 101. Pathos
  71. 102. Stylos
  72. 103. Blogs give students control.
  73. 104. Students are more invested
  74. 105. Students can be co-publishers
  75. 106. Students develop their voices
  76. 107. Blogs are not Blackboard.
  77. 108. Really.
  78. 109. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

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