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Create a Career Blog

 

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Create a Career Blog

Grades 7 – 12
Activity Time Two hours and 30 minutes (plus additional time to add more blog entries and review comments)
Publisher International Reading Association
 

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maggi adams

August 30, 2013

I was researching a project for my students on careers. The info here gave me great ideas and resources. The note-taking form will be very useful in their research. The Essay Map will help them organize their ideas for their writing.

 

Tina

March 08, 2012

I really think that this a really fablous activity for my children and they all enjoy everything to do with creating a blog. Its a second chance for them to suceed in their life and a endless victory. It's been very helpful. Thanks!

 

 

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