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Blog presentation

May 27, 2014

Dear Blog Readers,

In this blog, I have posted a variety of different stuff to inform people about Chevy Camaros. I'm choosing the blog that I first wrote about it is called "the first years". I choose this because it shows that I am a muscle car kind of guy, and it shows that I like the Chevy Camaro.

I have tried to inform people about my topic by different styles of writing. The first style of writing is expository. It shows that the person writes about something and does not put in their opinions. This shows that I can write about something and not fill up the story with my opinions. This type of writing usually explains something in a process, it also gives a lot of facts and figures, and it is usually in a logical order and sequence. I picked "Nissan GT-R" for the first one because this one shows that I can write about something and not share all my opinion on it. So I won't fill up the story or the writing with my opinion and fill it up on the facts and on the stuff I'm writing about. Another type of writing I have learned how to do is a book report. I only had one book report and its not the best. This helps me so I can inform people about the books that I have read and if they are interesting or if they don't have no important stuff in it.

I really improved my SSR's writing skills like in the blog post 2011 Chevy Camaro SLIP ZL1. This shows that I can really look deep into the thing I'm looking up, and I can explain it really well. I did really well on these because I put a lot of facts about the car in it, then I put a link to the website I used for all the facts. This helps the reader understand the website better without them going to go to the website or even looking it up on the internet and it taking forever to get the information they wanted.

I have learned how to do a collabo blog. It was challenging to do because I had to figure out what I was going to write about. I learned a lot like how decent the electric and gas cars really are. I've come to the conclusion that this blog has helped my reading and writing skills.


      Josh Iloff

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