What i learnt today

Today we had a visit from Mr Mitchell who created quad blogging . Quad blogging is when you comment on someones blog and then they leave you a comment on your blog . I learnt how to leave a quality comment . The more comments you leave the more people will look at your blog . Its important to ask questions as to why you wrote this blog , what you liked about it and other things . I thought Mr Mitchell was very interesting and i learnt a lot from his visit i look forward to him returning to our school again on Thursday.

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10 Responses to What i learnt today

  1. mrmitchell says:

    Hi Bradley,

    Thank you for that blog post. It means so much to me that you have reflected on my visit and what you have learned today. I thought you and your class were fantastic learners. I’m going to keep coming back and seeing what you have produced on your class blog.

    Do you have any ideas for blog posts Bradley? What are you interested in?

    I’m really looking forward to coming back on Thursday morning and teaching you again!

    Mr. Mitchell

  2. Mr W. says:

    There is a great maturity of thought to this post Bradley.
    I am glad that you enjoyed your day – Mr Mitchell sounds like a very interesting teacher!
    I think my class would like him too.

    Always be on the lookout for interesting things to blog about.

    Well done

  3. Pie Corbett says:

    Dear Bradley, can you please pass on my best wishes to Mr Mitchell this Thursday when he comes into school. He is a friend of mine. I am wondering what sorts of things you might be blogging about – what is happening in school, what are your interests, what is happening in the world that is worth commenting upon? It can help to think about what you would like to read about. Years ago, I wrote a series of jokes and that was pretty popular. Good luck with your blogging. Pie Corbett

  4. Julie Clarke says:

    Hello Bradley
    I think your comment is excellent. You have given a good explanation of what quad blogging is and now I understand it. Thank you.

    I hope you have fun with your blogging.


  5. Me Marsh says:

    Wow some fantastic blogging going on here year 5 really impressed. Mr Mitchell is super isn’t he!!! Keep up the great work and it can take you all around the world! Check our blog out and maybe we can blog each other !!!

  6. Zoe Lee says:

    Bradley, I really enjoyed reading your post! I particularly like that you explained the purpose and have given tips for other bloggers.

    I am sure you have plenty of ideas for future blogs. Would you recommend blogging for Primary aged children?

    Good luck!

    Zoe Lee

  7. Miss Taylor says:

    Hi Bradley,
    I hope you get many visitors!
    I have also learnt a lot from Mr. Mitchell and I am a teacher. I work in a school in Islington, London and I will be showing your blog and others to the children in my class.

    What would you tell my year 4 class is the most important thing when posting a blog?

    Thank you for your help.

    Stephanie Taylor

  8. Ryan says:

    I would love to see some more “What I learnt today” blog posts, you could teach me and the rest of the world something new every day!

  9. jessica says:

    I really liked having Mr Mitchell round in our class ! I loved learning more about the internet and I loved seeing people from all around the world visiting our blog. I can not wait until Mr Mitchell comes back on Thursday and we learn more about the internet and literacy.

  10. Mrs Atkinson says:

    Hi Bradley,

    It sounds like you’ve had a really fun time. I liked your blog…the title of it caught my eye. You gave a good explanation of quadblogging and as our class have just started our blog, I’m going to encourage them to try it too. Next week we will visit your class blog to see what else you’ve been up to.

    Keep up the good blogging!

    P.S. Remember I is always a capital!

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