Don't Crash, Don't Die
Hello, I can see that you are interested in creating a blog for the first time. You may refer to our blog as a good example of how blogging should be executed. Our blog is a collection of documents relating to a drunk driving accident, and how to prevent future accidents of the same nature. Our blog can be applied to anyone from their teenage years all the way up to adulthood. Feel free to post, subscribe, and comment on our blog. --Scott
I believe we have a very successful blog. For all of us brand new to the whole blogging world we started from scratch and built a good blog. Our topic was on a car accident scenario. We devided the work into different sections such as the insurance claim, police report, advertisement exc. The reasoning for our successful blog was organization. Our blog was organized well which brought the whole project together also we added visual appeal by changing the background color from white to red. --Pat
Scott, Katie, Melissa, Daniel, Pat
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I like the very straightforward layout of your Table of Contents - it's easy to see the entire process for how each document was researched and created. The About page also states the purpose of the blog very succinctly - adding the author names and contributions to this page also does a good job of assigning credit to the different aspects of the blog.
Katie, with the research for the newspaper article and car insurance commercials, I like how you've given the subject and emotional impact of each article. Melissa and Scott, the details you give regarding each article really show us the relevance of each article for the subject, and you both do a good job summarizing what lessons we should draw from each resource. Scott, I like your addition of evaluating the bias in each resource - this helps us decide just how closely to follow the police report examples you've found. Pat and Daniel, you'll need to look up more articles in order to show that you have a representative sample of example documents.
I like how you've used the rough drafts as starting points for looking at what to add to the final drafts - the newspaper article, police report, witness report, and insurance letter provide good details from different perspectives regarding the accident.