Interview In Newspaper

Little Girl Does Interview On Grandma


Name of person: Grandma




Hobbies:Cooking,shopping,playing on computer,yard sales,

garage sales,and going to the casino.


Places wanted to go:To go to Tennessee,see the Statue Of Liberty.


Born: 1946


Times Weekly Bases Weekend Bases
5:00 – 6:00 –  gets ready for work (play on computer if time) Sleeping
6:00 – 7:00 Going to work Making meals
7:00 – 12:30 Working making/serving meals
1:00 – 2:00 eat lunch and watch Days Of Our Lives Watching T.V
2:00 – 4:00   nap time nap time
4:00 – 6:00 – visitors! visitors!
7:00 pm – 5:00 am Relax and sleep Relax and sleep

pictures from pixabay

7 thoughts on “Interview In Newspaper

  1. Hello again Emily,

    I hope you had a good week. I hope you had a great ‘blogging’ week. Just to check are you prepared for the commenting game that will be coming up as part of the Student Challenge in a couple of weeks?
    1. Have you at least 5 other student blogs linked on the sidebar of your blog; blogs from other students around the world, not just those in your class or school. I see you have done this.
    2. Do you have a blogroll or link category called Global students or Global classes. I put a link about how to do this in my previous message. Great I see you have done this too.

    So Ms. Wyatt’s essentials in a great post are below. I have added whether I think you have achieved this in your most recent post about your Grandmother. She sounds amazing. Imagine working and having all those interesting hobbies at seventy. You are a lucky girl to have such a lively and lovely Granny.
    1. A catchy title – I liked your title.
    2. At least one visual (with attribution) whether photo, cartoon, video or another web 2.0 tool like padlet or glogster. I like your picture and it is attributed. Well done.
    3. An interesting topic with your passion for the subject coming through. What a great topic, your Grandmother is. I can tell you are VERY fond of her.
    4. A post that is well written and not copy/pasted from somewhere else. Your post is original. Leave a space after a comma. It looks better. Take a look: ‘I like cooking,gardening,reading,watching TV and…’
    ‘I like cooking, gardening, reading, watching TV and …’ Can’t you see the second way of writing that looked better.
    5. A post has been proofread and spellchecked. Be consistent. Decide if you are going to start all the activities on the timetable with a capital letter or not. Once you have decided, keep them all the same.
    6. One that is written in paragraphs – at least three of them. Your piece was clearly laid out.
    7. One that includes links to other websites on similar topics – at least two of these. Many students are not doing this. There is a good trick to get people to read more of your blog and to stay longer. You could say, and if you enjoyed this post by me, why not read … and leave a link to another post.

    Ms.Wyatt says that if your post covers the seven things mentioned above e.g. has a catchy title, includes at least one visual etc. etc., it will be added to the flipboard magazine.

    Could you make any changes so that it would score 7 out of 7 this week or next.

    When you have done that, Ms. Wyatt suggests you go to the blogging challenge and leave a comment on this post.
    Here is the link to the post she is talking about:

    Just to remind you she asks that you ‘mention what topic you wrote about and leave a link to your post’….not a link to your blog but to the post.

    I would also make clear that this post is not ‘other homework’ but a response to the Student Blogging Challenge by adding the hashtag
    #stubc17 Week 6 to the title.

    Hope you find this helpful. With every good wish
    Merry Beau
    PS Say hello to your Grandmother for me 😉

  2. Sorry..
    I do not really understand week 8 student blog challenge.I wish it does not have to end really soon but that means 2 More Weeks Of School!!!

  3. Hi there,
    Hope you are getting on well with your best ever post. I look forward to reading it. Be sure to reply to those who comment on your blog 🙂
    With every good wish
    Merry Beau

  4. Thanks. As the Student Blogging Challenge ends, goodbye from me in Ireland and the best of luck to you in the future,
    With every good wish,
    Merry Beau

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