Hi guys! This is a post on how to comment properly on people’s blogs.
I am rating some pretend blog comments given to me by my teacher.
Thumbs down posts 👎🏻
I got a new dog last night his name is toby and hes sooooo cute. I cant wait to bring hi to scholl s I can show him to everywon From sally 🙂
Hi Ms D grate to c u r posting sum cool and gr8 stuff on our blog. Blogging is cool!!!!! Lol Cu tomorrow From penny
Dear Shanny, My sister is so annoying lol Shes going to grannys over easter yay yay lol gr8
I love your story, its really good.
These comments are “thumbs down” for a variety of reasons. Most of them have not been proofread – they have wrong spelling and punctuation. One of them could be hurtful – not intentionally – but imagine if the person read the comment! You may be wondering why the last one is in the “thumbs down” section. The reason why I put it there was because it had no salutations, and it didn’t explain why they thought what they thought.
Thumbs up posts 👍🏻
Dear Mrs Davis, I enjoyed watching the video about Earth Watch Day. I am going to talk to as many people in my street as I can, and ask them to participate this year. Who else is planning on turning off their power this Saturday night? I wonder if the street lights will stay on? From Terry
Dear Elliot I found your book review so fascinating that I am going to borrow The Giver tomorrow. It reminds me of a book I read last year called Checking Out, by David Went. I will let you know when I have finished. Has anyone else read The Giver? From Hannah
Dear Tania, Your post made me think about the different ways we could get involved with blogging at our school. Thanks so much for sharing your photos. I particularly like the ones of the young students blogging with their buddies in America. I think linking with you to do a collaborative project would be a good way to start. From Tom
These comments are in the “thumbs up” section because they have salutations, they are polite, and they are useful. They obviously proofread their comments. They are kind – or at least nice.
A class of its own ❓
Dear Paul, I don’t understand why you think Jeremy Clarkson should be fired from BBC’s Top Gear. Surely he brings so much pleasure and money to the station that he can be forgiven for his behavior? I would love to know what others think? From Dianne
This is difficult to put into a category. It has correct spelling and grammar, but it’s not very kind. It could just be inquisitive, but I think it should be put into different words.