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No Class is Complete Without a Film Study

Watch Kingdom of Heaven and consider the following questions: What religious symbols are prominent throughout the film, and what was their purpose and place? Have you ever been in a conversation that was cut short with the phrase “god wills … Continue reading

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Leaving STJ? Take your blog with you.

Dashboard–>Manage–>Export Save the xml file to your disk/USB. Start a new blog at WordPress.com or Edublogs Dashboard–>Manage–>Import–>Wordpress Done. You could start your own blog on a shared server, but for true blog freedom, master your own domain and install WAMP … Continue reading

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In the News(CTS bloggers)

CBC RSS feeds. Browse the many RSS feed categories. Select at least one to be added to your blog’s sidebar. Copy(right-click or control-click) a feed url from CBC RSS feeds. Go to Dashboard–>Presentation–>Sidebar Widgets–>Add RSS widgets. Drag RSS widget to … Continue reading

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Creat a Sitemap for your blog

Write a page(not a post). Title it Sitemap. You’ll find the code here that you’ll need to paste into your page. Enter Sitemap as the Page Slug. Disable Comments and Pings. Publish. Go to Dashboard–>Options–>DDSitemapGen. Enter the same Slug, update. … Continue reading

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Audio Posts (But not quite podcasts, yet)

Or rather, Audio in Posts. They’re not iTunesey podcasts, yet, but they’re simple enough. Your mp3 file must be less than 2MB and uploaded to your blog in the normal way. Go find the menu in Dashboard–>Options–>Audio Player. Read the … Continue reading

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Moving, Graduating, Take your blog with you.

In your dashboard, under ‘Options/Reading’, you need to check that the number of posts under ‘Syndication feeds’ is set to At LEAST the number of posts in your blog, and that the feed is set to ‘Full text’ before saving … Continue reading

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New Widgets for Widget Enabled Themes

Quick SMS has evolved into “Snow-Mobile.” It’s still a cell phone text messenger, though. Created a “Snowblower.” Look at snowflakes for a demonstration. Enjoy. PS. Thanks for your patience, if dropping Quick SMS borked your theme with a fatal error … Continue reading

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Grades 7-9 can catch snowflakes

Check out the snowflakes feed in your dashboard for blog ideas.

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Hamlet next for English 30

Grade 12s. I must have your data from the first two/three blog assignments ASAP. Have a look in your Dashboard==>Plugins. Freely restrict/limit access to your blog by activating plugins, especially the capatchas.

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Ten Minute Spill

Write a ten-line poem. Find a proverb, adage, familiar phrase, or brainy quote that you have changed in some way as well as five of the following words: cliff, blackberry, needle, cloud, voice, mother, whir, lick. You have ten minutes. … Continue reading

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First Lines

Turn off moderation from your Dashboard==>Options ==>Discussion. Begin your post with the first line of a poem. Now you go to someone else’s blog and comment the next line. (Meanwhile your post will collect lines for your poem.) Try to … Continue reading

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