My favorite thing about weblogs is being able to demonstrate my writing and being able to express my personal opinion.
2. What have you learned?
I've learned to use techniques to help improve my writing skills.
3. Do you feel more comfortable about any of your skills?
Yes. I now understand how to use my skills in journalism, exclaimers, coming up thought provoking questions, and in organizing factual writings.
4. If an outsider visited your site, what would you hope he or she would think about it?
I would hope they would think of children as being capable of more than they had first anticipated.
5. In what ways have you become a better writer?
I've become a better writer in several ways. My vocabulary has increased, I've learned to organize my thoughts and place them in sequential order, and most of all I learned ways to grab other people's attention.
6. How does having a weblog affect how you learn? How does it affect how you write?
When I post my newly created writing, I then have something to look at and see how I can improve on the next post. I like to look back on my papers and a weblogs allows you to do so. This isn't as easy as when you have written your stories on paper.
7. What did you think of the Georgia-NJ connection?
I loved it! I learned so much from my pinpals. They gave me tips and intellegent answers to all my question/s.
8. Do you have any words of wisdom for future student webloggers?
Yes, never quit when you feel you would like to give up.
9. Discuss your feelings about weblogs about weblogs now.
I believe it is an educational privilage that will surely boost one's writing skills and allow them to think outside the box.
10. Which response that you got from someone who made a comment about what you wrote did you like the best? Why?
The best response I have gotten from someone would have to be Amanda. She gave me an example and helped me overcome my fear of displaying my writing in public by giving me personal background.