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I challenged my pupils to plan and create a persuasive video to make people comment on class blogs…

On Wednesday, I asked my Year 6 pupils to plan and produce a video that would persuade people to comment more on class blogs. Before you watch their video, you need to know that ALL the scenes in the video were from their ideas. They produced a plan of made from the ideas from everyone! Worked out what they needed, wrote scripts, helped and supported each other through the whole process. Look out for the ‘Bloggers in Black’!

Here’s what they produced:

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  1. Cawley
    April 12, 2011 at 11:05 pm #

    A super idea!

  2. Mr Gutkowski
    November 15, 2011 at 9:59 pm #

    This is such a good idea, and it has made me comment on this blog post and I will keep coming back to post on others.

    Well done

    Mr Gutkowski
    Year 3
    Princeville Primary School

  3. Miss Bosworth
    November 15, 2011 at 10:01 pm #

    Love it! Will show my class!

  4. Mrs zuger
    November 15, 2011 at 10:04 pm #

    Wow! What a talented bunch you are! I cannot wait to share this with my Year 6 class at Bexton. They have just started a class blog page too; hoping this will motivate them even more (knowing them, it will) well done again!

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  1. Class Blogging Ideas and Tools: Part 1 « ICT Development - December 7, 2010

    […] 3. Publish your shared writing. As you produce writing with the class in your lessons, post it to your blog and invite the class or blog visitors to improve on something and to comment. David Mitchell from Heathfield CPS in Bolton has developed very confident writers this way, with significant successes in achievement from his students. Take a look at his Class 6 students’ blog.  David is a tireless teacher, constantly persuading people to comment on his students’ writing. He has even produced a class video about the importance of commenting on students’ wrtitng efforts. See it here. […]

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