Empty your mind, be formless. Shapeless, like water. If you put water into a cup, it becomes the cup. You put water into a bottle and it becomes the bottle. You put it in a teapot it becomes the teapot. Now, water can flow or it can crash. Be water, my friend.

by Bruce Lee

martes, 9 de febrero de 2016

Congratulations to Miss Gutiérrez!!!

Congratulations to Andrea Gutiérrez (4º ESO B), who has already written her 20 Second Term comments!!!! She is the first student to have done it.

And now for the final 5 quality comments!!!

2nd position: Margarita Llanes (4º ESO A), although her comments are too short.
3rd position: Alex España (4º ESO B) 
4th position: Joaquín García (4º ESO B), 5th position: María Béjar (4º ESO A)

2 comentarios:

  1. Before beggining, yes, I´m going to make a comment about comments, there´s no previous rule against it.
    Comments is a common thing that since the internet began to gain popularity it became the main way content creators could know if the average audience. Which helps them make their work more enjoyable and better directed so it´s audience can have a better experience consuming it.

    Obviously, comments aren´t a thing exclusive of the internet or any kind of press or media, in fact, they´re one of the main ways in which people tend to use talk and writing, since if we describe a comment just as giving an opinion about something, most or almost all what we say and read daily is just that, people interchanging their opinions with others, either to argue, to agree or something. Or just simply having a casual talk with a friend about how was it´s day. He will tell you what happened but what he will tend to focus is on expressing his opinion about what happened or to try and see your point of view about it.
    But that´s something that we already know, is so common that we just overlook above it, like how we dont put any attention on the eyes of someone who´s reading, because we subsconcientally know that they´re following the words the person´s reading at that moment. What actualy makes a big change to comments the appearence of sites as Facebook, Youtube, Twitter and other social platforms is that anyone could comment on whatever they want to, to the point that videos or posts that don´t have any kind of comments or feedbacks are considered without any value or weight, or the comments even being more relevant that the original post.

    On my personal point of view, and staying on the subjet of how comments work on this page, well, to be a website created by a teacher. Is good to know that the creator, yes you, i know you´re reading this, i don´t care about braking the 4th wall, allows students to actually comment and say what they think, so.. thanks?. But as a person used to other websites, it wouldnt be fair to point two things that from my opinion are mayor flaws on how they work, since it uses a puntuation system that don´t make the use of comments something free, it makes them instead forced and barely dinamic, which tend to be a problem for kids on the age range since it doesnt produce any atraction.
    But am I´m a shut in teen making summer work in the last minute, so what do i know?