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Cheesecake and Osakaphoto © 2009 Chris Gladis | more info (via: Wylio)
Many students have significantly dropped off in commenting on blogs. I want to see the conversation get started again on one anothers’ posts in the commentary sections. Therefore, I’m issuing a prize: A slice of Franke Cheesecake. From Thursday afternoon, May 12 until your class on Monday, May 16 or Tuesday, May 17 you have to comment on as many blog posts as possible.

  • You can comment on any blog from our three Bible classes.
  • Your comment should be useful and insightful.
  • Comments such as: “Great post!” or “I like your photo.” or “Spam Spam Spam” Do NOT Count.
  • The top three students in each class will receive a hearty slice of my homemade cheesecake.

stream of consciousnessphoto © 2008 Chicago Art Department | more info (via: Wylio)
There’s no way for me to monitor each and every comment you make.
That’s why you need to KEEP TRACK OF HOW MANY BLOG POSTS YOU COMMENT ON.
At the beginning of class we’ll go check the top three students to see if they’re telling the truth.

Get started!
Happy conversation-making!

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Welcome back from your Ching Ming FestivalWhat did you do yesterday? Please share in the comments!

Assignment:

  1. Read Matthew 15
  2. Use the information in Chapter 15 to either create an ACROSTIC or an ANALOGY
  3. The acrostic or analogy should be related to Matthew 15. You only need to do it on one of the stories (not the whole chapter). Please be thoughtful and make it at least as mature as an average 8th grader’s level of mentality! 🙂
  4. Post it to your site
  5. Comment on other acronyms and analogies

Enjoy!

DUE: Friday, April 08 (PE) and Monday, April 11 (SC and EB)

BONUS for those that want to watch (again)!!!

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Good day to you Bible classes!

You’re assignment is simple and straightforward. Here are the steps:

  • Read Matthew 6
  • Create a poll based on Matthew 6
  • Explain why you created the poll you did (above, below, to the side)
  • Go vote on your classmates polls
  • Then comment on other students’ blogs

DUE: next class!

BONUS: if you want, you can register on Poll Daddy where there are more options 🙂

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Are you struggling to write good comments on people’s blogs?

If so, I have help (from 2 links)!

  1. Another wordpress blog that’s very thorough (and a poll): Comment Etiquette
  2. A teacher’s blog (in Indonesia) that has some fantastic & practical suggestions: Mrs. Raisdana’s Blog

snagged from Mrs. Raisdana's blog

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