1. What is your favorite thing about weblogs?
My favorite thing about weblogs is that it gives you your own place.
2. What have you learned?
I have learned what a good lead should be and what a nutgraph is.
3. How have you changed?
I have changed the way I make paragraphs and leads.
4. What will you do with what you have learned?
I hope to pass what I have learned on to other people.
5. What have been the most challenging or frustrating for you and how have you met the challenge or overcome the frustration?
The hardest thing for me was nutgraphing, and the way I figured it out was to just breathe and start all over again.
6. Can you see using weblogs in other classes? Explain. Be specific with a way you think?
I think weblogs should be in other classes because it is a fun way of learning something very important.
7. Do you feel more confident about any more of your skills: Computer? Writing? Reading? Critical Thinking? Explain.
I think that if I had to, I could write a much better story than when I first started weblogs because now I know how to build a sensible report.
8. Do you ever find yourself helping other to learn something? How dose that feel? Is this a normal role for you or new for you?
Sometimes I tell something that I learned that day and it feels good, but that is not my normal role.
9. If an outsider visited your site, what would you hope he or she would think about it?
I hope that if an outsider visited my site he or she would want to know how to make their own and things like that.
10.How have you integrated your learning of weblogs with any other area of your life?
I have used weblogs in fiction and non-fiction stories.