Blogging Guidelines

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Blogging can be an integral part of our classwork.  This checklist,elaborated by beginning bloggers from the Advanced Writing Course  at http://writingcu.wordpress.com will help you stay on top of your blogging.
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<strong>Write respectfully:</strong>Human interactions are based on values, such as respect. Anything you write should be:
•    concise,
•    constructive,
•    objective,
•    sincere,
•    in topic, and
•    specific
in order to improve and help each other pursuing our common goal: writing academically in English as a second language.

Posts and comments should be polite, respectful, and encouraging. Feel free to share your own point of view and point out accuracy mistakes in our writing community.
Posts: minimum 75 words
Comments: 25 words with constructive feeback. “I agree with you” is not  enough. Include why you agree and link your agreement to another thought.

<strong>Write accurately:</strong>Write in a correct way. Take care of grammar and mechanics. Grammar Focus: Proofread your posts before you upload. As a future teacher, you do not want any grammar, spelling or vocabulary mistakes in your blog. Anyone anywhere in the world can read them.</td>

TIP: Prewrite your posts and comments in Microsoft Word so you can check your spelling and grammar before writing on the blog.

Vocabulary in Context: After each unit you should use the new vocabulary words from the presentation and the glossary in your posts. This will help you digest new information better.</td>

After each unit you are invited to write a well-developed Reflective Blog Post to discuss the weekly topics covered in class: you may use the reflection questions guide at the end of each unit of your textbook.  If possible, include an appropriate audio/video/media/vodcast/podcast. If you post an image, then provide attribution for your media. See this video from My Fitting Sites made by Jerry Bates for details.</td>
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Use Netiquette.

Keep your personal information private. Avoid using your last name.

Learning is a process. Enjoy it.

Blogging Evaluation will be based on the following rubric:
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10 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Dania Guzmán
    Jun 21, 2012 @ 17:08:03

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  2. guillermo nava
    Jun 21, 2012 @ 17:13:56

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  3. guillermo nava
    Jun 21, 2012 @ 17:14:26

    i am learning alot

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  4. Carolina
    Jun 21, 2012 @ 17:18:20

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  5. Ma. de Lourdes del Rio Silva
    Jun 21, 2012 @ 17:19:19

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  6. Artemisa
    Jun 21, 2012 @ 17:20:20

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  7. Fidel Pérez
    Jun 21, 2012 @ 17:22:59

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  8. Marta Laura Santoyo Barajas
    Jun 23, 2012 @ 19:54:30

    Hello my friends! Can you said me “on toy”? Smile… I’m practicing

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  9. Marta Laura Santoyo Barajas
    Jun 24, 2012 @ 00:29:41

    Hello friends!, I had a terrible mistake in my last mail, see?, “said” for “say”; sorry. It was my twin.

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  10. Fidel
    Jun 24, 2012 @ 14:22:15

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