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Guidelines for Commenting on any of our Posts

When posting a comment on our blog, please follow these guidelines. Thank you to Mrs. Hamman and Mrs. Watanabe.

1. Students, parents, and teachers will identify students by their first names only. For example: You mentioned “Timmy” about how you solved your math problem….

2. Keep personal information private, such as your last name, phone number, and where you live.

3. All comments are moderated and must be approved by Mrs. Renzulli before they are posted on our blog website.

4. Respectful comments are allowed.

5. Proof-read comments are allowed.

6. Use complete sentences with appropriate grammar. “Text Talk” does not qualify.

7. Try to find comments you agree with or made an impact on you, then add to the dialog.

Please click on the following to read and understand our policies for blogging.

AJUSD Acceptable Use Policy 2012-2013

How to Write a Quality Comment

Sample Permission Form

Mrs. Watanabe wrote a great post about quality commenting, including some sample commenting checklists.

Commenting Procedures:

1) After typing your appropriate comment, proofread it to make sure it:

  • makes sense
  • is spelled correctly
  • follows our grammar rules
  • has correct punctuation

2) Have a partner in your group read it back to you outloud. Edit and revise.

3) After your team agrees that the comment is ready to post, copy the entire comment.

4) Last step:

  • Write only your first name for the commenter.
  • If you have an email address, you can enter this, or enter your teacher’s email, or leave the email blank. It does not show on the screen.
  • If you have a website you would like people to go to, please type that in. Otherwise, you can leave the website blank.
  • Raise your hand if you are in class before submitting comment. If you are at home, please get parental approval before submitting comment.
  • Click “Submit Comment” when your comment is ready.
  • You will need to wait for the teacher to approve your comment, before it is actually published on the blog.


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