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Monday, August 8, 2016

What is a quality blog comment?

Room 8 were extremely excited to see James again for our regular cybersmart session.  Today we were working on creating a quality blog comment within the Learn-Create-Share cycle.  This skill is extremely valuable as we continue to grow our online presence and digital footprints.

Our first task was to 'create' by contributing to the padlet embedded below.  James challenged us to describe all the things that we might see in a quality blog comment.




We then focused on "Learn". By reading examples of quality blog comments and viewing two relevant videos we were even more knowledge about commenting.  If you would like to find out more these resources are available on our cybersmart page in the first "smart relationships" section. With new knowledge on board we revisited and reflected upon our padlet contribution to make any changes. We say proudly that we had lots of great ideas in our first attempt and only had to make minor adjustments.

Then it was time to "Share", our favourite part.  We were challenged to use the quality blog post rubric to describe and share our learning. While we are getting better at sharing, the next learning step for many of us is to give more detail on our individual blogs so our audience can gain plenty of information, enough for them to leave us a quality comment. 

If you would like to find out more about Room 8's individual thoughts please check out our individual blogs.  We love positive, thoughtful and helpful comments and feedback and we are working hard to respond to you too!

7 comments:

  1. Salamat,
    My name is Corianna and I am from Mamaku 2 we are also learning about quality commenting and using different greetings. What is your favorite greeting? I really like the way you included heaps of detail in your pad let. you are teaching me new things already!

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    1. Hi Corianna,
      We have a range of cultures in our class, so the greetings that people choose to use are different. I mostly use Hi but I think I need to work on using a few different examples. Thanks for your feedback, and taking the time to read our blog. Perhaps we could work on commenting on your blog too.
      Mr Riceman

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  2. Salamat,
    My name is Corianna and I am from Mamaku 2 we are also learning about quality commenting and using different greetings. What is your favorite greeting? I really like the way you included heaps of detail in your pad let. you are teaching me new things already!

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  3. Aloha. My name is Richard and I am from Mamaku. We also are doing quality commenting and I like the lists that you have done. Where did you get the great ideas from? I think maybe next time try to check your spelling because 'feedbake' does not look right.
    from Richard

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    1. Hi Richard,
      Thanks for your comment. We have been working on blog commenting earlier in the year which is where some of our ideas came from, then we had the chance to look at some videos about blog commenting which gave us even more ideas. Thanks for picking up the spelling errors, it is something that the whole class has been working on, making sure that we have the correct spelling before we post.
      Mr Riceman

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  4. Well done. This is very good work because some people do not know how to write a good comment. I look forward to seeing more of your work.

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