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Article 10-Sharing, Collaborating, and Participating
My blog represents sharing,collaborating,and participation in many ways. Throughout the weeks in blogging class, I've worked hard on my blogs so that they represent all three of these things. I think they are all vital parts of a blog and I will now provide you with picture and support as to why I think this is so.
When you read my blog you will know that it represents sharing because I share all of my knowledge on nutrition, about all types of things, from recipes to tips, and pictures to facts. I share info with all of my readers, which further expands their knowledge and allows them to later share my info with others. Also, when you bake and cook, nine times out of ten, you are sharing your food with others. It's a never ending chain of sharing!
In my nutrition blog I am constantly collaborating with everyone, my peers, teachers, and even other bloggers that I don't know. I collaborate when people give me constructive criticism, suggestions and ideas. I do the same with them and I enjoy reading and commenting other blogs. Sometimes I even get inspiration by exploring the wide world of blogging.
My blog represents participation because when you read it you will automatically be able to tell that I have participated by the way I write. You can tell I have participated in discussions, read other blogs, and researched my topic. Nutrition actually is one big representation of participation because you can choose to participate in the healthy way of life (with healthy foods and habits) or you may participate in a poor way of life (with junk food and poor hygiene. It's your choice, you choose.
Article posted November 5, 2008 at 09:11 AM •
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Hi, I like to cook. I am going to tell you how to make a grilled cheese sandwich. First, you turn on the stove. Next take two slices of bread, and butter one side of each slice. Put one slice facing down and put a piece of American cheese on top. Put the other slice on top of the cheese, butter side facing up. Once the first slice is golden brown, flip it over and cook the other side.
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