Final Post Of The Year

628px-Goodbye_2012Hello fellow peoples of edublogs. I’m sad to say that this will be my final post of the 2015-2016 school year. I have had a great time creating posts for you guys to enjoy. I would like to thank all my visitors, followers, and people who left comments on my blog. On the post I will be talking a little bit about my school year.

My favorite part of the 2015-2016 school year my trip to Muskoka Woods. Over the course of 4 days there, I learned many important life lessons, had lots of outstanding food, and did a lot of really fun activities.  An area where I demonstrated improvement over the course of the school year was my study habits. I went from not studying a lot to studying 3 or more hours for one test, resulting in good grades. Some of the hopes or goals that I have for the next school year is becoming a better person, improving my grades and winning gold on the school sports teams.

I hope that you enjoyed my post, keep leaving those comments, and until next year… goodbye and happy blogging!

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Author: RudolfSimon

Student Blogging Challenge (Week#10)

Hello fellow bloggers! This will be the very last post, putting an end to the student blogging challenge. I would like to thank all of those who helped put this ten week program together, especially Sue Waters for writing a few of the challenges. I would like to thank everyone in the past and future who takes the time to continually feel what I am feeling through my posts.

In the evaluation of my own blog, I have discovered that what I have written has been good, but certainly not great. Some posts I just don’t put enough effort or they aren’t long and interesting. On the other hand, some posts are better than the others. Some have lots of emotion, thought, are long, and interesting to read.

In the evaluation of the student blogging challenge magazine, I realized that some of the challenges were alike, some had 2 activities, and some had 7 or more. The randomness of the challenges was unexpected, but they were well thought through and very fun to do.

For the following part of my post, I will be answering the questions listed for the audit of my blog since the beginning of March. These are the questions.

  • How many posts did you write?
  • How many were school based, your own interests or set by the challenge?
  • How many comments did you receive from classmates, teachers or overseas students?
  • Which post received the most comments? Why do you think that happened?
  • Which post did you enjoy writing the most and why?
  • Did you change blog themes at all and why?
  • How many widgets do you have? Do you think this is too many or not enough?
  • How many overseas students do you have on your blogroll?
  1. I’ve written 13 posts since the beginning of March.
  2. All 13 of my posts written since March have been all based upon thee Student Blogging Challenge.
  3. I received 4 comments from teachers, students, or overseas students since the beginning of March.
  4. 4 posts received 1 comment. I think they all received 1 comment because people don’t comment on my blog much, so I don’t make a big deal of it, but having received those comments put a smile on my face.
  5. The post that I enjoyed writing the most would probably have to either be the post about my favorite food or the post with making a sentence with pictures. I enjoyed writing them so much because, I love food, and I had fun making a sentence with pictures because it makes the post even more interesting.
  6. I didn’t change my blog theme at all because I like the theme that is set on it right now.
  7. I have 8 widgets on my blog right now. I think this is not enough and I need more.
  8. I have five overseas students on my blogroll.

Student Audit (will be answering these questions):

  1. What were your first impressions of this blog?-Andrew’s blog is well organized and he has done all of the challenges in the Student Blogging Challenge and what our teacher assigned us to do with lots of detail.
  2. What captured your attention?-The pictures in his blog attracted my attention the most because they are big enough to see and are good pictures to chose.
  3. What distracted you on the blog?-Overall there was nothing to distracting on Andrew’s blog besides the pictures and the side bar.
  4. What suggestions can you give me to improve my blog?-To improve your blog add links to the image sources instead of just there name, otherwise great job with your blog!

Overall, I think that the student blogging challenge was very unique and I would do it again. It taught me how to make a good post, and enjoy my time blogging. Thank you for reading my posts, and until next post, happy blogging and goodbye.

Image source: https://github.com/Ranks/emojione/graphs/contributors

Student Audit: http://emmah110gst.edublogs.org/

Student Blogging Challenge (Week#10)

Hello fellow bloggers! This will be the very last post, putting an end to the student blogging challenge. I would like to thank all of those who helped put this ten week program together, especially Sue Waters for writing a few of the challenges. I would like to thank everyone in the past and future who takes the time to continually feel what I am feeling through my posts.

In the evaluation of my own blog, I have discovered that what I have written has been good, but certainly not great. Some posts I just don’t put enough effort or they aren’t long and interesting. On the other hand, some posts are better than the others. Some have lots of emotion, thought, are long, and interesting to read.

In the evaluation of the student blogging challenge magazine, I realized that some of the challenges were alike, some had 2 activities, and some had 7 or more. The randomness of the challenges was unexpected, but they were well thought through and very fun to do.

Overall, I think that the student blogging challenge was very unique and I would do it again. It taught me how to make a good post, and enjoy my time blogging. Thank you for reading my posts, and until next post, happy blogging and goodbye.

Image source: https://github.com/Ranks/emojione/graphs/contributors

Student Blogging Challenge (Week#9)

Hello bloggers. Today I will be writing a post to you guys that is for week#9 in the student blogging challenge. I will be writing a post on the following topic, my future. I hope that you enjoy!

I hope my future pans out like I hope it will. After i’m done elementary school, I will attend UCC in Chatham, Ontario. After i’m done high school, I’ve been thinking about the College inside of Ridge town Ontario, to pursue my dream of farming. I hope to be married and have children, retire, be a happy grandparent with a big pension. I will then eventually pass on and go to the ultimate place with God, heaven.

I hope that you enjoyed my post about my future, and until next time, bye.

Image source: Keith Weller, U.S. Department of Agriculture

Student Blogging Challenge (Week#8)

Hello my fellow peoples of the earth. This week our teacher has asked us to continue in the student blogging challenge as we are in week #8. We have to randomly pick someones blog, choose a blog from their blogroll, do that again, and then comment on a post from the persons blog. I hope that you enjoy. I will leave the url’s so that you can check out the person’s blog and the comment I left.

Continue to leave those comments, and thanks. Happy blogging!

http://charliewarrior.edublogs.org/2016/03/07/about-myself/#comment-20

http://conor123stb.edublogs.org/2015/12/14/the-boy-in-the-striped-pyjamas-movie/#comment-13

http://rahemo445.edublogs.org/2016/05/03/game-of-taking-over/#comment-9

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Student Blogging Challenge (Week#7 Activity 3)

Greetings Bloggers! Today I will be writing to you about what I would do to entertain myself if my family and I were stranded on an island. This activity is a continuation of the student blogging challenge. I hope that you enjoy.

We just washed up on shore, my family and I exhausted and wet. What do we do, we find something to do and make good out of it. I would probably go swimming, climb trees, get in sand fights with my raging siblings, and enjoy myself. It would be horrendous and painful but I think we would get through it as a family and get picked up by a flying plane/helicopter that is flying over top of us a and sees us. We would be picked up, and brought back to our house, and live happily ever after.

Thanks for reading and I hope that you enjoyed my post about what my family and I would do if we were stranded on an island. Bye!

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Student Blogging Challenge (Week#7 Activity 8)

Hello bloggers of the Earth. This post will be a continuation of week 7, as I have been instructed to do three of the activities. This is activity 3, and I will be making a poem about a picture. I will be creating a Japanese haiku poem. I hope that you enjoy.

Oh television.

You always entertain me.

Thanks television.

I hope that you enjoyed my haiku poem about the relaxing television. Feel free to leave comments. Happy blogging.

Image source: NeoMeesje

 

Student Blogging Challenge (Week#7 Activity 5)

Hello my fellow peoples of Edublogs. This week my teacher has asked my class and I to continue in the student blogging challenge. I will be doing the fifth activity in week seven. I hope that you enjoy my post about answering figuring out what soldiers and captains used to relax themselves over 100 years ago.

Captains, the most unpredictable people in the world. I researched and found out that ship captains use their spareFile:Bismarck (ship, 1883) 001.jpg time wisely. Most captains would send their men to work, fish, clean, watch the water, sleep, and do many other intriguing things. Soldiers on the other hand, they didn’t really do much to entertain themselves because they were always around gun fire, and most of the time they were trying to rest and stay as far from their passing time as possible.

I hope that you enjoyed my post about what the old captains and soldiers like to do in their free time. Keep leaving comments and until next time, I’m Andrew and good bye!

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Hello peoples of Edu blogs. This post I will be sharing some comments with you that I asked people around the world. It is the fourth activity in week six. I hope that you enjoy.
http://blogs.csdvt.org/benjaminr2/2016/04/13/jonathan-quick/comment-page-1/#comment-6

http://kpsnawsayhtee.global2.vic.edu.au/2016/04/19/image-sentence/comment-page-1/#comment-1

http://baeleighfitch.edublogs.org/2016/04/18/fitchs-fundraiser/#comment-55

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Thank you for reading and I hope that you enjoyed my post. Don’t be afraid to leave a comment I really appreciate them. Bye.