Blog Commenting Teacher instruction .mp4
Blog Commenting Students.mp4

Blog Commenting

Something I noticed last term was that my students blog comments were brief and uninformative. They often would comment 'cool' or 'I like it'. This episode is a refresher on how to create a quality blog comment.

I used a flip grid for students to discuss something positive, thoughtful and helpful for a few blog posts. We constructed a template to help them write their own quality blog comments.

Extended Lesson Plan

Class Site Content

Learner Generated Content

Blog Commenting Form

Click on the links on the Google sheet to see the comments students shared. The flipgrid code is: ruma42018

Rebecca Spies

Park Estate School, Papakura /

Manaiakalani Education Trust

PO Box 18 061, Glen Innes

Auckland, New Zealand