Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Melville Intermediate - Commenting Tuesday

Today you have a choice of visiting one of the following class pages.  They have just started for the year like us so you need to locate a piece of students work that interests you and lave a comment.  You need to remember what is expected from your comment terms of the format, and how you leave a question and also remember to leave your comment signed in the appropirate way.   The class pages you can choose from are 8c in Christchurch, Room 9 Vardon School in Hamilton,  Room Six at Hawea Flat. or you can visit Mokoia Intermediate in Rotorua. 


  1. To Room 5,
    Thank you so much for all of our comments you left us on our class blog. We have really enjoyed the surprise of seeing another school commenting on our learning.
    From Room 9
    Vardon School, Hamilton

  2. Our fifth grade class in New Jersey, USA is gathering information about how International Women's Day is celebrated around the world. Please visit our Wiki and let us know what events take place in your school or community.


    Also remember to visit our class blog, Five Alive! We love to hear from our global friends.


    Thank you.

  3. Thanks for leaving comments on our blog. We are excited to be featured on your Commenting Tuesday!

    We are working hard to build up our blog audience. Our first step is to ensure we are commenting on other blogs ourselves.

    Good luck!

    8C, Selwyn House

  4. @ Room Nine - Vardon School we are always looking for class pages to connect with and great to see another Hamilton page with a great school online, so thank you for the feedback and we'd love to do some collaboration in the future.
    @ Five Alive - thanks for the comment and yes it meant that we had a discussion in class about International Womens Day and we brainstormed what we knew, thanks for the question.
    @ 8c Selwyn House School - thanks for returning our comment we really enjoyed looking at your page and it must be a very exciting time to be starting to work online. We look forward to visiting your page and seeing your students work.