Monday, March 9, 2009

The Seems 48

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The 6th graders at North Ranch (NRES) completed the same Blog questions you did for The Seems. Choose 5 questions total that you enjoyed, thought were challenging, made you think, or etc. and read the responses of the other 6th grade class. 

1. What similarities do you see between your classmates' answers and the NRES students?

2. What differences did you find?


  1. I mainly looked at the "Review the novel... Rate it on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 is the best) What do you think was the best part of the novel, the worst? Will you read the sequel?" question. I saw that (like our blog) some kids liked it and some kids really disliked it just like Kaci, Luke,and I. A difference I saw was that their posts were a little more detailed than ours. Our blogs are great but we need more details. I also saw on our blog that not very many people answered the whole question. A lot forgot the what was the best part and the worst part. Both are blogs are very impressive.

  2. 1.They answered almost every question we did so the intire blog was almost the same.I also agree with Sierra on how some people didn't answer the full question but then again mabey they just couldn't find the answer.
    2. Again like Sierra said that their blog posts were more in depth than ours. For example this was one of their questions, "If you could live in The Seems, in which Department and at what job would you like to work?" I don't think that we had this a an entry but I may be wrong.

  3. 1. I also looked at the review the novel part and found that they are very detailed writers. They expand on everything the write and we really need to work on that. I found some loved the book and some dislike the book strongly just like our class. It seems like they are more involved in what they say than we are. We resond to each other more than they do. We both had the same questions and both answered them in similar ways. I thought the question on rating the book was a difficult question for all of us because we didn't want to sound too harsh if we hated it or too overly loving it if we liked it. It seems like some kids there hate writing and some kids get really into it.

  4. 1. I have noticed that when the first person posts everyone else will add on to what the first person said (typed). For example, on the one about Jennifer's neckless is a perfect example.

    2. I have to agree with Aaron because some of us wright one line postings when the kids at North ranch always fill up the page.

  5. Kaci:
    I didn't see them not responding to each other. Please point out an example so I can see.