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About this blog…

This is a site set up to teach pre-service ESL teachers what it is like to blog. We hope to be able to share our blogs together and comment where appropriate!
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  1. As far as the sharing of the blogs go, will you be compiling a list of blogs so that we can find each other?

    • That is indeed the plan! I will post them all on my blog so that you can copy them over. On your dashboard, there is a spot called “Blog Surfer.” From that link, you can add other WordPress blogs so that you can visit them easily. I’ll share all the addresses with all of you tomorrow. Sound OK?

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