Evaluating my blog
Q: How many posts did you write?
A: I wrote about 33 posts and most of them are long ones while the others are short including two videos.
Q: How many were school based, your own interests or set by the challenge?
A: About 30 posts were set by the challenge and none was school based while three were of my own interest.
Q: How many comments did you receive from classmates, teachers or overseas students?
A: I received many comments for my posts from students around the world, one from Ms. W, and two comments from my classmates.
Q: Which post received the most comments?
A: I received most comments for my post “Me 10 Years from Now”.
Q: Which post did you enjoy writing the most and why?
A: It’s the “Some Science with Jori” post. It’s one of the recent post. It’s all about science and me talking about why I love it.
Q: How many widgets do you have?
A: I don’t think I have any widgets.
Q: Did you change blog themes at all?
A: No, I didn’t.
Q: How many overseas students do you have in your blog roll?
A: I have 5 overseas students in my blog roll.
Q: Which web tools did you use to show creativity on your blog?
A: I used Biteable for videos and Canva for the posters.
My Parents’ Feedback about My Blog
Q: What were your first impressions of this blog?
A: We found it very interesting and informative.
Q: What captured your attention?
A: The pictures of the posts and the posts themselves.
Q: What distracted you on the blog?
A: The button on the top right corner on the home page is distracting. Also the posts are not properly arranged.
Q: What suggestions can you give me to improve my blog?
A: By adding buttons for the visitor to easily get to the home page and by adding some widgets in the blog.
Evaluating the Blogging Challenge
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Q: What is/are the most interesting challenge(s) for you?
A: The most interesting challenges were the free choice and the visiting others ones. I picked these because you can choose any topic for your free choice post. Visiting others’ posts was also quite a challenge because you had to pick 3 or more blogs to comment on.
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Some Science with Jori
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WARNING: If you have Ophiophobia, or fear of snakes, don't look at the picture too much.
Photo Credit: flickr
Everyone knows that Science is a systematic and logical approach to discovering how things in the universe work. But do you know what are different branches of Science?
It is divided into three major groups;
Zoology is the study of animals. Here is the reason why I love Zoology. People don’t really respect animals that much, Like they harm endangered species. Therefore I want to learn what the animals need, how do they live, and what are their habitats. Learning every single thing about animals can save them and one of that information is knowing about classification of animals which tells if an animal is without back bone or with back bone and if with back bone, an animal is a reptile, amphibian, fish, bird, or a mammal. It is also split into different levels like Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Suborder, Family, Genus, and Species. These things classify an organism. For example if I look for Western Diamondback Rattlesnake or scientific name: Crotalus Atrox, its Kingdom is Animalia, Phylum is Chordata, Class is Reptilia, Order is Squamata, Suborder is Seprentes, Family is Viperidae, Genus is Crotalus, and Species is C. Atrox.
I also love to learn about anatomy and my favorite part of Anatomy is the Skeletal System. It is so fascinating for me to look at the bones’ shape and sizes and how they work together to shape the organism.
What about you?
Are you interested in Science, if so, which branch and why? Please comment below.
A Blog That I Visit Often
I don’t really have a favorite blog but the blog I visit the most is Brandon’s blog.
My favorite post of him is about Ferdinand Magellan.
You are probably wondering why it is my favorite. It’s because Ferdinand is a person who spread Christianity throughout Philippines.
Hi my name is Jori. I like drawing fruits and stuff and playing minecraft.
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