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Monday, June 13, 2011

How do you use the Internet?

This is specifically for my students, but anyone else who reads this blog can contribute if they have something to say that is specifically about the topic.

I will be posting a number of "thinking questions" in order to help you practice writing short paragraphs. Of course, other people will see them,so pay attention to your grammar and spelling. Proofread before you send your comment. .

So here's the question.

How do you use the Internet? What do you do? How often? Why? Do you mainly use the Internet to play games, find friends, learn online, shop online…? What do you think are the advantages and disadvantages of the Internet? Do you have any tips and suggestions you would like to give others?

This is not a test, nor will I correct your writing. It is j ust an opportunity to have fun with responding to something,with some real content instead of just saying what you did today.

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