Monthly Archives: November 2012

But did they really learn anything?

After three years of delivering blogging assignments to Advertising students, I’m convinced that blogging is the perfect platform to teach  first-year students all they need to know about business writing essentials. This assignment requires students to write eight weekly blogs about … Continue reading

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Is this the definition of a successful assignment?

The most wonderful thing happened while I was marking my first-year Advertising students’ final blogs today. Within moments of beginning, I realized that some of this week’s best posts are the ones that aren’t being graded. Yes, you read that … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Emily McCracken:
Co-Co Butter Kiss, Va-Va Vanilla, Freshwater Orchid, Truth or Pear. What do all these have in common? Body odor protection. Deodorant should be used by everyone over the age of 13. Let’s be honest though.…

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Originally posted on Brianna Visser:
What if I told you that someone would pay your mortgage for next month? And the next? And all of them after that for a year? And on top of that, they would paint your house for free?…

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Abigail Roberts reflects on the MCOM5 blogging assignment and says she plans to continue her blog. We hope she will!

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Originally posted on TFroReports:
This is the final week of blog writing in our Writing Communications course at St. Lawrence College. When we were given this assignment at the beginning of the year, let’s just say I didn’t see the importance…

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Originally posted on Cassidy Langelaan's Thoughts:
Have you ever wondered if it was physically possible for someone to read the human mind? Criss Angel claims that he can do it, but it’s not him we will soon have to be worried…

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