Tuesday, 2 March 2010

Students' Blogging Challenge


We are taking part of a students' blogging challenge. Over 600 individual students and 80 classes totalling a possible 3000 students are participating of this event. This means 15 countries of the world. We are opening the classromm walls to the world.
Can you imagine this? We will be reading and leaving comments in other blogs.
What do you think?

29 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think its facinating beacause of all the amount of students who are blogging

MarcoS.

Anonymous said...

But is it a contest or is it that we are going to see other bolgs to learn about them?? Even ways I think it is great. Francisco.R

Anonymous said...

I think its exellent becasuse we will be blogging with 15 differents countryes and schools from thar countries. We will learn a lot about language. I hope we have an ExEllEnT year and hope to see you soon back from your trip Miss Ale
Oliver.P

Anonymous said...

Miss Ale,
I think this is a very interesting post because we are going to be able to learn about other countries' cultures. And those 15 countries or 80 classes will be able to know our thoughts in school or our way of working.
I hope you have a very nice trip to U.S.A. and tell all the other teachers to enjoy their trip as you do.
Keep on posting from U.S.A.
Alejo .N

Anonymous said...

Dear Miss Ale,
I think this is a fantastic idea because in this way we can learn about other people's ways of studing and their cultures.
Wish you a very good time in your trip to the u.s.a. and hope we can be connected by the blog.
I like the blog. Guido F. 6B

Anonymous said...

Mi Opinion about it is Good.
I Like the Idea.
I Hope it will come Out Well

PD: Miss Ale, Good Luck in USA.

Joaco B

Anonymous said...

I think that is a VERY GOOD idea. Just by think that we are going too blogg with 15 DIFFERENT COUNTRISS!, put me HAPPY...
GOOD LUCK IN USA
Mechi G.

Anonymous said...

Hello Mis Ale are you well in U.S.A

I think that it is amazing, because 3000 students!!!!!! it is allot of people blogging.

Bye Francisco.G

Ardash said...

Hello miss Ale I loved the new blog because its creative and wonderful
vartan

Ardash said...

Miss Ale I hope You spend it wonderfull in Texas and I hope you have fun.
Big kisses
vartan

Anonymous said...

This is incredible, fantastic and very interesting to have 3000 people of 15 different countries blogging!!
I hope we have a great year toether, and I hope i learn a lot this year!
Have an excellent trip to USA! Hope to see you soon, we will miss you!
Michelle B.

Anonymous said...

i think that would be great
to have 15 different countries
its so fun
bye and good luck on U.S.A
justina p

Anonymous said...

Hi miss Ale

I thimk this is very intresting and awesome . The idea of wining house points if you coment the post is very good




Facu V

Anonymous said...

HI miss ALE,
What a great ida, I did´t thoght that I cou ld exchange ideas with 15 diffrent countris!!!!KEep poasting from usa hope you have a woderfull time with marta, carolin, maria and much more, remember to take a little time to go shopping

LOVE

AGUS

Anonymous said...

what a good idea and how many students who are blogging


Jose 6b

Linda Yollis said...

Dear students,

My third grade class in California is also participating in the blog challenge. We did it last year and really enjoyed making new friends and seeing what other students are learning.

I think you have an excellent blog, and I am impressed with all your student commenters!

Good job! :-)

Mrs. Yollis
California

bautista said...

Hi Miss Ale
This is awsome!
3.000 students and 15 different countries.
IT IS A LOT!!!!!!!!!!
Bye Bye
godd luck in USA!
Bauti VF

Anonymous said...

Hi miss Ale, I think is an exellent idea to be online with 3.000 children of another part of the world it's great this blog. have a nice time in texas and don't forget to have fun and going shopping.
kisses Sol and have a good trip.

Anonymous said...

hi ale
i like this idea because we wil be in contact be chidren of all the world.
Have a good trip
Teo .A

Anonymous said...

Hello Miss ale,
I think is a very good Idea to be connected in one way or onether with a ot of people around the world.
Very good Post
Have a wonderful time in Texas.
Kisses
Ana

D. Riddle said...

Aloha from Maui. Like you, we are participating in the blog challenge. Please visit our blog at http://kalamascience.edublogs.org/. We would love to learn more about your classroom and students. Feel free to leave comments.

Riddle

Anonymous said...

I think its amazing to be in contact with 3000 more children of 15 different countries

Anonymous said...

Wow faveoulous its so great cant believe it. So much students are blogging. Hope you have a great fun at USA.
Lots of love.
Vicky M

clari.f said...

I think that is great because 3000 children are blogging. We are going to learn lots of languages. Also we can learn other people ways of studing. I think the blog is amazing we learn a lot of things.

Anonymous said...

Is great the idea but like Francisco.R from 6A and I also have a doubt: Is it a contest or is it that we are going to see other bolgs to learn about them??
Keep Blogging
Santiago FZ
6C Dodds

gianfranco.zanier said...

Miss Ale its amazing how many STUDENTS are blogging. How much technology, we can blog with people of 15 countries at the same time. We can learn about other cultures, languages, traditions etc. Its very exciting.

Anonymous said...

wow! all the amount of children are blogging.
vani.g

Anonymous said...

Hello!
I think that it is a way of Socialize with different parts of the world. All so I think that it will be fun and it is an alternative activity to do at home.
Kiss
Caro

Anonymous said...

Hi Miss Ale I think it is wonder full the kind of amount of students (300) that are participating of the event.
Bye Bye

Agostina.G