Social studies is something that you should do. It is something where you should be thinking and exploring your ideas with other people. The best way for you to have a digital conversation is to use a blog. It helps you put down your ideas and ask your readers to consider what you’ve said. They can give you advice, make suggestions and even disagree with your viewpoint (in respectful way, of course).
If you’re like my 6th grade social studies class, you probably have a class blog, where you comment on, and add new and interesting facts you found.If not, check out ours! For those of you who don’t even know what a class blog is…. A school blog like this one, is a safe environment where you can read crazy interesting facts, and fun articles. After your done reading you can post comments about the blog.
Our online blog is a place where kids can express themselves freely, and learn amazing new facts, and have fun reading, and answering questions!
To me this blog is definitely worth taking a look at because, you get to learn new things, reads post from people all around the United States, and state facts that you found interesting in a comment for other people to read and possibly agree with. This blog is also a great learning experience because you look at the computer in a different way after you check out our blogs and posts!
All of the sudden a used-to-be video game device turned into a fun, creative, online way to learn with you peers and us, the LMS social studies class!
The reason you should visit our blog is because our site is filled with many interesting facts posted by sixth grade students here at Leawood Middle School. The sixth grade students can back up all of their facts through the blog so that there won’t be any contradicting or misleading facts. Our website creators are students in Mrs. Ratzel’s social studies class. The creators of the blog made the blog very colorful and accessible for non-members. The creators made the blog with pictures on many different topics. The blog has many different topics for students to comment on, but the comments must be social studies related.
If you want to see all the classes participating in this fall’s Blogging Challenge, go to Challenge Yourself To Blog.