Using a Lens of #Placemaking to Learn How to Make a Blog Post

why.place.mattersWe will continue our conversations about the importance to apprciate the place where we grew and developed; we were celebrating how an awareness of a “sense of place” is vital to our well-being and happiness. Your first post will examine how your home town or your childhood neighborhood helped define some aspects of your personality. Again, you need to complement your prose with media. Be sure to categorize your post by selecting the “English III” category box; also select the new “#Placemaking” category. You can select other categories that connect with your specific post; otherwise, the class will have these two categories in common. Below are directions on how to make your post. Further below is a video on how to make a post. I think you need to research Google and find the best video to use for these directions. I think student searches will be bettter than my search results. You can save it as a draft for now; we will set publishing times in class.

1. Top left select dashboard to make a Post

2. Click add new

3. Make a title.

4. Put media in box first.

5.  Add text.

6. Click “save draft” button.

**Publishing on Thursday**

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About bsullivan35

I am an English teacher working with great students at an independent school in Ct.
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3 Responses to Using a Lens of #Placemaking to Learn How to Make a Blog Post

  1. frankwxxxx says:

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    • frankwxxxx says:

      @futurecityblog Mianyang – Amazing city as my hometown recently had a World Tech Expo. Exclusive secrets and advanced technologies got revealed during the Expo! #Technology#Sichuan

  2. Naoki says:

    @GoTokyo- My hometown Tokyo just had a Tokyo Ramen Show, which is the biggest festival dedicated to our favorite Japanese fast food, ramen noodles! I wish I was there. #ramen #festival #Tokyo

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