How to Comment

Please leave a comment on our posts!! We ask parents who leave comments to please only use their first name if they do not wish to identify their child. Leaving a comment is as simple as this…

1. Click on the heading of the post you wish to comment on
2. Scroll down until you can see the “Leave a Comment” section
3. You will be asked for your name (you can use a nickname) and email address (this is not published)
4. You will have to enter the “anti-spam” word
5. Click “submit comment”
6. Your comment WILL NOT appear straight away. It is sent to Mme Harrison via email for checking first. If your comment is okay it will soon appear on the site!

How to write a good quality comment…

1. Write your comment like a letter starting off with “Dear 2/3 FI” or “Dear Mme Harrison”.
2. Compliment the writer in a specific way, ask a question, and/or add new information to the post.
3. Write your comment about the post.
4. Check your comment for correct spelling, spacing and punctuation before you submit it.
5. Don’t reveal any personal information about yourself in your comment.
6. Be nice!

We would like to thank Mrs. Webb-Scheers for this great information. 🙂

 

19 thoughts on “How to Comment

  1. Dear 3FI,
    I have really enjoyed reading all the information on your blog. Wow!!! You have all been very busy and have been learning so much French. What a great job you have all done. Learning a new language is hard but it can be really fun. From what I have seen, you are all working hard but having fun doing it. Keep up the great job. I will be in to see you this week.
    I hope you are all enjoying this beautiful weekend.
    Mrs. Hogan

  2. I think it is wonderful that 3FI has a blog!! I really enjoyed reading all the info posted here and viewing the pictures and videos.

    I was unable to come to your Remembrance Day Ceremony so I REALLY appreciate that you posted your performance.. Make sure to give yourselves all a high 5 for doing such a great job!! You rocked!!

    And to Madame Burtt and Mademoiselle Cormier, MERCI for making French Immersion soooo much fun for your students!! 🙂

    Bev (Autumn’s mom)

    • Bonjour Josh,
      I’m really glad you’re in our class and that you’re enjoying French. You are doing a great job! Keep it up! 🙂

      ♥Mlle Cormier

    • Bonjour Chelsea,
      What a super “good quality comment”! I love it!
      Je m’appelle Mlle Cormier. Mes amis s’appellent François, Mme Rioux et Mme. Harding. 🙂
      Au revoir et à demain!
      ♥Mlle Cormier

  3. Bonjour i am having fun learning french i am some excited for tomorrow do we have an english block? did you stamp my warm fuzzy card?

  4. dear Mlle

    you the best teacher ever. I hope you tech grade 4. If u do i wont you to be my grade 4 teacher.

    chelsea

    have a good day

  5. Kayla and I enjoyed reading the blog and looking at all the videos tonight. What a great tool for parents to know what is happening.
    Thank you for all you do for the kids!
    You guys Rock!

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