Maintaining Personal Blogs and posting Comments on classmate blogsBlogging Assignments - 12 weeks
Weekly Blog Postings: Each week, students will write one blog post on topics covered in the reading and class. Each post must be at least 500 words and should follow best practice blog post format: Students must write at least 1 comment on team members’ blog posts per week. Both must be posted by Saturday 6pm.
- Posts: 2 points
- Comments: 1 point (students must write 1 meaningful comment to qualify for this point)
InstructionsEach week, students will write their blog post (or more). The post should engage with the topic of the previous week's class and reading. You can analyze and summarize, challenge a reading/POV or synthesize several of the readings/POV. You should use good, traditional writing style and good blog etiquette. The latter includes:
- writing great headlines with strong keywords
- stating your POV in teh first paragraph
- some cross-linking (don't go too crazy)
- clear references to other's work (with cross links)
- A conclusion OR a questioning challenge for your readers
You will need to write your blog posts by Saturday at 6pm. I will find your blog posts via your RSS feeds. If you choose to write more than one post and want me to focus on evaluating one in particular, just shoot me an email with a link.
Each week, students will post a Comment on at least one other students blog post. This can be the post from the previous week. I strongly encourage you to do more than this but one is all that I will grade on. The comments should feature a POV but need not be more than 100 words or so. Quality over quantity.
You will need to write your Comments by Saturday at 6pm, as well. For now, shoot me an email with a link to your comment. Please put "COMMENT FROM STUDENT: (name)" in the subject line of the email.
Outside ResourcesGood Blogginghttp://www.problogger.net/archives/2005/12/30/tens-tips-for-writing-a-blog-post/
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