Commenting & Smileys

Punctuation

To make the blog as good as possible,  remember to add punctuation:

hi mrs martin I love your writing especially the part where he found the secret door it was exciting from mr mccann

Can you spot all the mistakes?

Hi Mrs Martin, I love your writing, especially the part where he found the secret door. It was very exciting! From Mr McCann

Much better!

Good bits & targets

Also remember to say something positive (this is always next to a smiley face in our books) and something they can improve on (target in the books).

Well done Mrs Martin! I really liked your description of the fantasy setting. I particularly liked how you used a similes to say ‘as dark as the night sky’. Target: Try to group your writing into paragraphs. From Mr McCann

Adding Smileys

If you are adding work to the blog, don’t add smileys. If you are commenting on someone’s writing, then smileys are great to show people what you think of their writing! Remember, only use one smiley for each comment.

Hi Miss Malloch. I love your writing, especially the part where he found the secret door. It was very exciting! From Mr McCann

Finally, here’s a table to show you all of the different smileys that you can make.
I hope your find all of this information useful.
From Mr McCann

smilies

16 thoughts on “Commenting & Smileys

  1. The blog is a really good school website because parents and children can use it. Children can see each other’s work I’m so excited 😛

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  2. Hiya class eight this blog is such a boost to the school 😀 it’s really really cool! 😎 thanks to all the teachers for creating the blog! :mrgreen:

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