How do I use the blog?

Hi,  it’s Mikaela again and I am going to explain how to use the blog so that you new comers understand and can share all your important information or work with the whole team!
To get logged in, there is the word login on the right side of the home page. You will see it only if you scroll down past the search section.
After you click on this, there will be a section where you can put your password and user name that Mrs. Vorwerk will give you.
After you have logged in the screen will show you a different page.
To write a post, which is the piece of writing that I am doing, at the top of the page it says write and it will come up with a space for a heading and a space for writing.
To publish your post, you should press save which is below the space for writing and then press publish which is beside the save button.
If you wish to change your password, click on the word profile which is up the top with the button to post.
Scroll down to the section where it says update your password and type in your new password and click ok. You can also change your nickname so that it says your nickname next to your post. All you have to do is go into profile and under the name section it has a writing box to change your nickname and then you click ok and . . . . . . . .  voilà!
It says your new nickname next to the post!
That is all you need to do to write a post and it is really easy to get the hang of!

Have fun!                                      


0 Responses to How do I use the blog?

  1. Vorwerk says:

    Fantastic effort Mikaela. I have all the usernames and passwords ready to go. There shouldn’t be anyone unable to blog after your great explanation. Thank you.
    You might like to tackle the issue of explaining how to make worthwhile comments in the sequel to this blog!
    Mrs. V

  2. Vorwerk says:

    Hi Mikaela
    What a great word! Voilà is a french expression meaning ‘look at this’ or slang for ‘ta da.’ You are correct with the way it is pronounced as ‘wa-la’
    The mark over the ‘a’ is called a grave [pronounced grarv] accent. People often throw their hands in the air when using this word. I was fascinated by the French language and studied it for 6 years. I am lucky because I have been to France and enjoyed speaking French. It is very hard to remember a language when you don’t practice speaking to people that speak that language.
    Mrs. V

  3. Brian Young says:

    I am really looking forward to reading and seeing your reports and ideas. I think this is an exciting way to share your learning. I know how much hard work and thought goes into your work. Keep up the excellent effort.

  4. Mik says:

    Wow Mrs Vorwerk!
    I would love to go to France and speak their language!
    When I was writing down “wa la” I was thinking of flinging my arms up in the air ha ha!
    Well learning that has certainly made my day!

  5. Kasey says:

    Is it possible to show a podcast, photos and some writing all on the same post? How can this be done?

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