Thanks to a few bloggers for helping me work out the bugs in the microcontent code. Movie, music, and video game reviews appear to be the most popular. I still haven’t, yet, found a sure fire method of aggregating all the reviews – POGE. The FREEoutputthis.org looks promising.
Anyway, for the time being, trackback your microcontent posts here.
Students can collect news headlines from a variety of RSS sources using their blog as a news aggregator. Writing about the news is one of the more common uses of a blog throughout the blogosphere. Bloggers blend fact and opinion, rant and satire, sarcasm and criticism, objectivity and subjectivity, style and substance. By reading and commenting about the news we learn two things: something about the news, and something about the blogger.
Trackback/pingback your posts about the news here.
The snowflake blog deals out an assortment of writing ideas. Students can pick from a variety of prompts. Try not to make any two posts the same.
Send a trackback.
For a while now, every STJ blogger is faced with a “Random Idea” each time the begin a new post. Well, there should be dozens, hunerds, towsands of such posts in our blogosphere by now.
Trackback your “Random Idea” posts here.
Sophie was introduced to Aristotle. Ideas no longer belong to a realm of their own, but somehow the idea is within the thing. Aristotle could explain this by talking of sculptures and stone.
Review what was said earlier about Plato and art. Discuss Aristotle’s take on the place of ideas and art.
Search for a thumbnail of an art work from the Louvre.
(30-1) For hundreds of years, scholars have written about problems of interpreting this play. Complete any of the following statements and develop your thoughts in an entry in your blog. Trackback, SVP.
- What puzzles me most about Hamlet’s behaviour is . . .
- I don’t understand why Shakespeare included (didn’t include) . . .
- My first impression of _________ has changed because . . .
- I’m not sure whether . . .
- There seems to be a contradiction . . .
(30-2) In your blog, write about a time when, under pressure, you acted in a way that surprised you.