Writing is kind of like fishing… you have to rely on your instincts. —Kevin Canty in The New Yorker
Get ready for the Classroom Commenting Challenge, which begins today. Click here to learn more about it. It is my hope your students will get lots of comments from the entire slicing community over the course of the next 48 hours.
- If your students are slicing from their personal blogs, then you should link their blog posts together using your classroom or personal blog. Then, share the unique URL to the location of the “round up” of student slices. (Click here to find out what a unique URL is.) Remember to post one unique URL and use the same username/email to log so your comments will appear instantly.
- Only post the link to your students’ slices of life here. Do not post the link to your personal slice of life stories here. Post your personal slice of life story over at the daily call for individual slice of life stories.
- Any questions, please contact one of our concierges. (Click here for more information on how to work with our concierges.)
Concierge for last names beginning with A – G: Linda Baie — lindab414[at]gmail[dot]com
Concierge for last names beginning with H – M: LeAnn Carpenter (aka: Elsie) — leannecarpenter[at]sbcglobal[dot]net
Concierge for last names beginning with N – S: Bonnie Kaplan — blkdrama[at]mac[dot]com
Concierge for last names beginning with T – Z: Carol Wilcox — carwilc[at]aol[dot]com
- 31 Slices (ideas for topics)
- Essential Information (includes classroom materials, details on Twitter hashtags, and thoughts about commenting)
15 thoughts on “Classroom SOLSC: 12 of 31”
A tiny bit from my Bahamas research…
A bit late posting to the round up today! http://bearenglish.ning.com/profiles/blogs/slice-of-life-day-10-of-31
We are so excited about getting so many comments. Thanks so much. We are trying to pay it forward. http://3rdgradeslicers.wordpress.com/2013/03/12/solsc-march-12-2013/
Thanks to all of you wonderful readers/commenters! 🙂 We’re having a lot of fun! The kids’ links are in the comments of this post: http://truestoryofafifthgradeteacher.wordpress.com/2013/03/12/slice-12-normal/
Another day, another blog. I love this challenge for my students.
I love that you love it, Kristen. So glad your kids are blogging. I’m off to read some of their slices now.
We are dealing with state testing craziness this week, but students are still writing! I know they will appreciate your comments.
Who am I poems. Our Wax Museum is tomorrow! Please read and try to figure out what biographical character each blogger is! Thanks http://kidblog.org/SliceofLife-ThirdGradeBloggers/
A Petting Zoo at School – Thoughts from a 5th Grader!
What do you do when you’re sad? http://mshaseltine.edublogs.org/2013/03/12/slice-of-life-12-sad/
Looking forward to the “commentition.” My students made up that word. Hopefully, this will inspire my students to keep blogging; although, the challenge itself has really motivated some great writing. I am very proud of their efforts. http://kidblog.org/SliceofLifeChallenge/
What a cute name your students came up with!
We are so excited about the comments!!!
On our class blog, my students take turns writing a daily blog.
I hope you will take the time to read a few different posts. My students (=all the slicing students) love reading comments on their posts/blogs!
Thank you in advance!!!
Thanks to the Terhune class for all of the comments today! 😉
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