5 Star Quality Comments

5 Star Quality Comments

 

At St. Mark’s, we believe that blogging is a way in which we can effectively communicate safely and politely online. The Year 1/2 students have established and agreed upon a “Quality Criteria” on how to write comments on a blog. The criteria reminds us of our expectations when communicating online through our blog.

Only “5 Star” quality comments are approved for inclusion on our blog!

How to write a 5 Star Quality comment on a blog.

5 STAR QUALITY CRITERIA

  • Always use correct spelling, grammar and punctuation.
  • Read over comments and edit before submitting.
  • Do not reveal personal information, and use first names only.
  • Write like a letter, include a greeting and closing.
  • Give compliments, ask questions or add to new information to the conversation.
  • Write comments that are related to the topic.
  • Write politely to others, using appropriate language.
  • Make comments interesting and engaging, trying to make them at least 4 sentences long.
  • Have a go at answering the questions that are within the posts.

Adapted from the 4KM and 4KJ @ Leopold Primary School blog

15 Responses to 5 Star Quality Comments

  1. Ethan says:

    On the school holidays, I went to my cousins house for a sleepover. In the morning my Aunty made pancakes, they were delicious. We also played the WiiU. I had so much fun.

  2. josh says:

    Hi 1/2’s

    My favourite thing in the holidays was the whole school watching the Minions Movie.

    from Josh

  3. Mrs Selby says:

    Hi 1/2 Teachers
    We think it is important to have ‘5 star quality’ on our blog. We are looking forward to putting our responses on to the 1/2 blog. We will try and aim for 5 stars and we will be safe and not put our full name.

    From Red Rabbits

  4. Christian says:

    Hi 1/2,
    I liked making the shamrocks because it was sticky and messy task.

    From, Christian.

  5. charlie says:

    Hello 1/2’s,

    I think 5 star quality comment are important to keep you safe.
    We hope to read very nice comments.

    from Charlie.

  6. Christian says:

    Hi,

    3 facts about minibeasts:

    Mini beasts do not have a skeleton.
    A stag beetle is a mini beast.
    They live all around us, even in our yards and homes.

    From Christian

  7. Thomas L says:

    Hi,
    Term 3 is going to be busy. I am looking forward to Inquiry because I think learning about minibeasts will lots of fun. I am also looking forward to learning about Creation, Eucharist and Confirmation.
    From Emily LS

  8. Emily L says:

    Hi,
    Term 3 is going to be busy. I am looking forward to Inquiry because I think learning about minibeasts will lots of fun. I am also looking forward to learning about Creation, Eucharist and Confirmation.
    From Emily LS

  9. Jeswin says:

    Hi 1/2’s,
    Mother’s Day is almost nearing,just can’t wait……
    A day to make our mother’s special with gifts and yummy pancakes from The Pancake Parlour.

    from Jeswin

  10. Escada says:

    Hi 1/2s,

    I am excited for the school disco on Friday. Have you got any thing special to wear? Well I do! It will be LOTS OF FUN!

    From,
    Escada

  11. Theodora says:

    Hi everyone in 1/2,

    I really enjoyed Simon’s presentation. My favourite part of Simon’s presentation was how he explained to us about the dog’s behaviour. I learnt how to handle myself when a dangerous dog is approaching, and how to be friends with a dog.

    Bye for now,
    Theodora

  12. Leo says:

    Hi 1/2’s,

    I really liked making and eating the fairy bread. I put lots of sprinkles on the bread. Before I ate it I took a photo of my fairy bread and uploaded it on SeeSaw.

    From,
    Leo.

  13. Theodora says:

    Hi everyone,
    I am so exited for the excursion in August. My favourite Australian animal is the koala because it is so cute when it is sleeping. It eats eucalyptus leaves.

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