Below are your groups for responding to another person’s blog. I tried to group you with a similar topic; however, it didn’t always work. If you are in a group with one other person, you both just respond to that person’s blog. If you are in larger group, the first person responds to the second person’s blog, the second person responds to the third person’s blog, etc. The last person in the group responds to the first person’s blog. In these larger groups, you MUST put your first name and last initial in your comments or you won’t get credit! (It’s even a good idea to do this in the two people blogs just to be sure you get the points.)
When you respond, I want you to comment about both the content and the writing. Be encouraging, but don’t be afraid to be constructive. In other words, note what you think the writer did well in both areas and where he/she could have improved. In addition, give your opinion about the topic–do you agree or disagree with the writer and why. Your comments do not have to be really long, but they should substantive! You may comment on individual pages or at the end of the whole blog.
General Medical Issues (Perhaps Concerning Drugs)
The Standards Debate
How the Government Really Should be Run
Grab-bag of Stuff Government Should Do
A Bunch of Unrelated Sports Stuff
Emma H. http://www.roundingthebasesessay.wordpress.com
Emma G. http://www.dressagebenefits.wordpress.com
Kayla J. http://www.goingforthegold2012.wordpress.com
Not Really Related at all, but Sort of about the Media
Kayla F. http://www.mediabiasaproblemoraright.wordpress.com
If you are not listed here, you didn’t give me your blog address!