TUENTI AND FACEBOOK <ul>The first work that we did was a reflection of social websites like tuenti or facebook. We wrote about the advantages and disadvantages of these social websites, different meanings of “a friend”... </ul>
CREATING A GROUP OF CONTACTS IN GMAIL <ul>We wrote an email to the teacher telling who we are, who our tutor is and what our class is. Later, we created a group of contacts including all the members of the class and the teacher. </ul>
CREATING OUR BLOG This blog is our notebook in this subject. The first thing that we did was to choose a template. Once we had chosen the template we started blogging. First, we wrote a welcome message telling who we are, what we like to do... after this we wrote a lot of posts such as, information about the music group that we like, collaborative stories, etc.
LINK LISTS <ul>We continued personalizing our blog. We made a link lists with links like laskoicts, laskenglish, wikipedia, dictionaries... Also we configured the options of the dashboard, we put a blog's stats to see who visited our blogs. </ul>
SECOND ARTICLE <ul>This work was our second article: we could write about the music group that we liked, about Steve Jobs, about nature, etc. I wrote about SKA-P a group of Vallecas, Madrid. If you want to see the information that I wrote click here. </ul>
COLLABORATIVE STORIES <ul>To do this work we used Google Docs. We worked in pairs, we wrote the beginning of the story and later we passed to the other couples to continue with the story that we started. We did the same with the stories of the other couples. Finally, we reviewed it, we added some pictures and we published it in our blog. </ul>
MY TIMETABLE <ul>We used the spreadsheets of Google Docs to do our school timetable. We had some minimun requirements e.g. times column, weekdays row, each subject in a different colour, etc. Finally, we made a link from our blog to our timetable. </ul>
NOBEL PRIZE WINNERS <ul>First, we completed the information of the winner of the nobel prize. Then we chose one of the winners and we wrote an article about them. I chose Robert G. Edwards the winner of the nobel prize in 2010 for the development of in-vitro fertilization because I think that it's very important for infertile couples. </ul>