1.  How many posts did you write (different post on weebly and kidblog)?
I did 25 different posts including this one.


2.  How many were school based (assigned by Mrs. Vilas NOT Miss W, see
list below), your own interests or set by the challenge (one of Miss W
challenges, see list below)?  6 by Mrs. Vilas and my own interest of
favorites.


3.  How many comments did you receive from classmates, teachers or
overseas students?  I have 16 comments from classmates and oversea
students. I have 4 comments from a teacher.


4.  Which post received the most comments? Why do you think that
happened? My avatar has the most
comments. I think that happened because they liked to make their own diary
character and they liked mine.


5.  Which post did you enjoy writing the most and why? I enjoyed making
the Interview of 10 people the best because we can ask any question to any
person we wanted to ask even if they died.


6.  Did you change blog themes at all and why (on kidblog)? Yes. So I
can make my blog better.


7.  How many widgets do you have on weebly? Do you think this is too
many or not enough? 5 I think that isn’t enough and I am planning to get
more.


8.  How many overseas students do you have on your blogroll on weebly? I
have 6 class blogs.


Teacher  Kidblog audit: Now ask another student, teacher, and parent to
do an audit. Sit beside them while they navigate around your blog, record what
you observe as they interact with your blog (takes notes). When finished, ask
them the following questions:
Notes: he looked very interested .


1.  What were your first impressions of this blog? He like the links. He
was impressed.


2.  What captured your attention? The links that can take you to
different places.


3.  What distracted you on the blog? The subtitles were too small.


4.  What suggestions can you give me to improve my blog?


Weebly audit: Now ask another student, teacher, and parent to do an audit.
Sit beside them while they navigate around your blog, record what you observe as
they interact with your blog (takes notes). When finished, ask them the
following questions:
Notes: Impressed


1.  What were your first impressions of this blog? He really liked the
graphic novel.


2.  What captured your attention? The graphic novel and the links so
instead of having to find it they can click it.


3.  What distracted you on the blog? The light green was harder to
see.


4.  What suggestions can you give me to improve my blog? Change the
light green to a darker green and put a background.


Parent Kidblog audit: Now ask another student, teacher, and parent to do an
audit. Sit beside them while they navigate around your blog, record what you
observe as they interact with your blog (takes notes). When finished, ask them
the following questions:
notes: seemed surprised


1.  What were your first impressions of this blog? It is a very good
blog


2.  What captured your attention? The pictures


3.  What distracted you on the blog? She wished she learned more about
me.


4.  What suggestions can you give me to improve my blog? Add more
pictures.


Weebly audit: Now ask another student, teacher, and parent to do an audit.
Sit beside them while they navigate around your blog, record what you observe as
they interact with your blog (takes notes). When finished, ask them the
following questions:
Notes: Liked the blog


1.  What were your first impressions of this blog? The different ways to
become a hero.


2.  What captured your attention? The title and the good qualities I
wrote that heroes have.


3.  What distracted you on the blog?  There wasn’t enough
writing.


4.  What suggestions can you give me to improve my blog? It should of
been longer.


Kidblog audit: Now ask another student, teacher, and parent to do an audit.
Sit beside them while they navigate around your blog, record what you observe as
they interact with your blog (takes notes). When finished, ask them the
following questions:
Notes: wasn’t sure which one to choose.


1.  What were your first impressions of this blog? Amazed by comic and
speech bubbles.


2.  What captured your attention? How the comic
pictured was .


3.  What distracted you on the blog? How the characters look like.


4.  What suggestions can you give me to improve my blog? Too add a
question to the blog.


Weebly audit: Now ask another student, teacher,and parent to do an audit. Sit
beside them while they navigate around your blog, record what you observe as
they interact with your blog (takes notes). When finished, ask them the
following questions:
Notes: Eyes opened big. Looked bored.


1.  What were your first impressions of this blog? Boring no pictures
and colors


2.  What captured your attention? How I wrote about Mrs. Vilas and how I
described Mrs. Vilas.


3.  What distracted you on the blog? The link on the song.


4.  What suggestions can you give me to improve my blog? Pictures, and
questions at the end. At least some colors.

 



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