Week 10: Who did I survey?

I surveyed my dad,Paul. This is what he had to say about my blog:

1) What were your first impressions of this blog?

Paul: This is a well written blog, with good info.

2) What captured you attention?

Paul: She likes the things I do like fishing and camping along with horseback riding.

3) What distracted you on the blog?

Paul: There were no distractions at all.

4) What suggestions can you give me to improve my blog?

Paul: The blog is yours and is very good. Suggestions from other people would change your blog and then it would not be you.

I would like to thank my dad, Paul, for all his help in taking this survey for me.

Week 10: Survey

I have wrote many posts all through out the challenge. I have really enjoyed doing the challenge, but there were some positives and negatives through the challenge though. I have probably wrote more posts about outside of school and not many about school. I have received lots of comments and I enjoy it when people come to read my blog.

Now it’s time for you to tell me if you enjoyed reading my blog. Answer the following questions:

1) What post(s) did you like?

2) What is your favorite thing about my blog?

3)Do you have anything in common with me?

4) What do you think about my blog overall?

Week 8: Persuasive Writing

Why should you read my blog?

You should read my blog because I write about everything and not just one thing. I write about advice, things I like to do, things you should try, places to go see, and that’s not even the beginning! My blog is fun to read and from the comments I’ve got. People really enjoy my blog! I also like writing on my blog because I express myself and I hope to encourage others to get a blog too! These are just some of the reasons you should read my blog. Check out my blog!

Week 8: Learning Time

I have learned many things outside of school. I learned how to ride a horse and now I ride horses all the time! Also, I learned how to play soccer when I was really little, but the most important thing I learned how to do was ride horses. Horses are my favorite animal and I am glad I learned how to ride. Show season is coming up and I am ready! So, that was probably one of the most important thing to me that I learned how to do outside of school, along with soccer.

Week 8: Digital Footprint

I found an equestrian team that I’m on and the newspaper article about the honor roll that I am in. I so far have not left very many digital footprints behind. You don’t want to leave too many behind. If you don’t want to leave to many digital footprints behind, you can change settings on your profiles on some websites so that you don’t show up when you Google you name.

Week 6: Jobs You Might Want to Do

Have you ever thought of what kind of job you might want to have? Well, now is the time to start thinking. Your job depends on what you want to do. Jobs can be challenging, but you just don’t want a job where you sit around all day, but you also want to do something you love to do. So maybe you should start thinking about what kind of job you want in the future. Start looking into it! It might help you in the future!

Week 6: Jobs

This week I am going to be talking about jobs. Well many people do volunteer work to help out their community. Also, technology has changed and some jobs involve more technology than others. So think about it! Do you want a job in the future with lots of technology work or not?  Interview someone you know with a job you might want to do when your older. This might help you figure out what kind of job you want to have. You know in school you always have to be on top of things. At a job you have to be to because otherwise there could be some serious consequences. At school you might have a literacy class. What would it be like if you never learned these things? Where would you be at in your job? You can always look at someones blog explaining what kind of jobs are out there and that might help you figure out what kind of job you would like to have. There are some really good jobs out there and you should start thinking about your future job!