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Student Blog Challange

August 25, 2011 by Tracy Watanabe · 3 Comments · Digital Citizenship, Learning, Life

Hi everybody, I’m participating in the student blogging challenge. I’ll be posting more stuff for the blogging challenge.  I’ll be back soon.

3 Comments so far ↓

  • danielmb2

    Hi Ethan ( sorry if I know your name, it was on the list)
    My name is Daniel I’m from NZ, I’m doing the student blog challenge, like you, I like soccer, I also like rugby. Where do you live?
    Please reply to Daniels Awesome Blog (http://danielmb2.edublogs.org).
    Daniel

  • rossmannell

    Hello Ethan or should I use gamekid?

    I’m Mr Ross Mannell and I have been chosen to be your mentor for the Student Blogging Challenge. As you work on tasks, I’ll drop in on your blog from time to time to see how your blog and commenting is working. You can contact me if you have any questions.

    From the information on the Student Blogging Challenge site, I can see you have interest in soccer and games. Perhaps you mean computer games or possibly outdoor games?

    Soccer is a great sport. From the window where I am sitting, I can see three soccer fields and a cricket/Australian Rules Football oval. I live across the road from a sports field so I often see soccer being played without have to leave my house.

    As you work on the Student Blogging Challenge tasks, I’ll check in from time to time to see how you are progressing. If you think I can help in any way, feel free to ask.

    I look forward to seeing your posts.

    Ross Mannell (teacher)
    Australia

    • gamekid

      Hi Mr. Mannell,

      You can call me Ethan. Thanks for asking.

      I like computer games such as Minecraft, Angry Birds, and Poptropica. I also like outdoor games such as soccer, flag football, and softball.

      I know a little about cricket. It reminds me of baseball because there is a pitcher and a batter. But I don’t understand the rules. Do you know how to play cricket?

      Thank you for being my mentor. I hope to learn a lot.

      From,
      Ethan

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