As we’ve discussed in class, when you leave a comment on a classmate’s blog your first AND last name will show up. What we’d like to do, for now, is to contain our blogs within the CTK school community only. What each of you will need to do is make a change in your blog’s settings. Don’t worry…it’s supremely easy!
- From any page on your blog, select “More actions” and then “manage site.”
- On the manage site page, select “Sharing” under “site settings.”
- Under “Advanced Permissions” uncheck the box that says “Anyone in the world may view this site.
There are actually a few blogs that are already set to only be viewed within the CTK school community, so if your box is already unchecked…perfect!!
This is going to be perfect, my friends! We’ll have plenty of practice in our own safe community, and when we’re ready Mrs. Massi will create new accounts
for us that will allow us to collaborate with the world! In other words…
It’s all good!!
Ok, I’m feeling like there may be some confusion about what you’re doing for homework this evening. So let’s clear it up, shall we? Here’s what you need to do tonight:
- Rough draft of the paragraph describing the spotted owl picture (written in your notebook or typed in word, but NOT posted to your blog)
- The “paper blog” – the one that you’re writing a couple of paragraphs about something you’re passionate about and then decorate it however you’d like.
- We didn’t talk about it, but it’s up on the homework board: please write our petitions for Friday’s mass. Remember who we pray for: (1) church leaders, (2) leaders of government, (3) Special occasions – Guardian angels and St. Francis of Assisi, (4) The sick, (5) The dead.
Both assignments for YOUR blog are due Friday, not tomorrow. You may, of course, do it tonight and email me if you have any questions. Check the Assignment Blog for explanations.
Here is the link to the photograph we used in writer’s workshop today:
Northern Spotted Owl – photo from National Geographic
Tonight you will need to write one paragraph that describes this photograph using the notes you took in class today. Bring your rough draft with you to class tomorrow.