Game #1 week 6,
Blogging Game #1 - #3
Blogging Games #1
I found this blogging game wonderfully exciting because you got to see a multitude of different blogs. A few blogs that I visited are Trinity's blog, Gwen's Awesome blog, Kasey's blog, and so many more. It was so much fun and I had a fantastic time looking through and commenting on all of the blogs because it was interesting to see the different types, backgrounds, designs, layouts of all the different blogs. Also, because with all of the different layouts and backgrounds each blog had it 's own special style. All in all that is what made Game #1 so fantastic.
Blogging game #2
A few other blogs that I visited were Philip's best bog yet!!!, Hakim's Blog, and Alana's Blog. This blogging challenge happened to be super fun because it was exciting to see all off the different interesting blog posts. Also, because there was an interesting survey on Hakim's blog which I found quite extravagant because I hadn't seen any other blog with a survey before. Another reason, why this blogging challenge happened to be fun was because the blog posts were so different and hilarious. In conclusion, these reasons are why this blogging challenge game happenes to be so much fun and why I enjoyed this blogging challenge game.
Hey Philip, very interesting reaction to this blogging challenge I found your reaction to be quite hilarious, also the irony was spot on, and so much more. First of all, the irony was on key because you are probably the least likely to become a teacher, but your reaction makes it a perfect example of irony. Also, that reaction to a blogging challenge is considered rare and hilarious in my book. However, I have a questions such as How do you plan on shoving education, solution, analysis, information, experience, and lastly learning to children’s brains ? Also, what causes you to believe that you would be least likely to be a teacher? Lastly, why would you choose to teach children rather than high school or even college? All in all, wonderful ideas on the topic of what would you do if I were a teacher for a week.