Monday, November 5, 2012
C4K Summary: October
The first blog I commented on was talking about job insourcing and outsourcing. It stated that it was very important for jobs to stay in the U.S. so our citizens will be able to have a surplus of jobs. If the U.S. contracted jobs out of the country then our citizens would not have a lot of jobs to choose from. Also it brought up that the country may save money by outsourcing or insourcing jobs, while that same country may lose money by doing the same thing. It all depends on the job. The comment I left was, "Hello! I am Cheyanne Wilson, a student at the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama. I am studying to be an elementary teacher. I was assigned to comment on this post for my EDM 310 class.
I think this is a very true and interesting blog post. I have never paid attention to the fact that some jobs benefit local area, while others do not. As bad as it it seems this does hurt our local community whenever they are trying to find a job. Jobs are very hard to find for individuals if they do not have some form of education.
Thank you for providing us with this information on job insourcing and outsourcing.
The second blog I commented on was Mya's blog. This post was entitled, "The Flag that Survived the War". It gave several facts about the American flag. Some of these facts were very interesting. The comment that I left Mya was,"I am Cheyanne Wilson, a student at the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama. I am studying to be an elementary teacher. I was assigned to comment on your blog for my EDM 310 class. I am just now learning how to blog in this class, so you are one step ahead of me and starting out early!
I enjoyed reading your blog post about the American Flag. I did not know that the symbols that were first placed on the flag were called standards. I also did not know that the symbols were made out of several different types of material. It is great that you researched the American Flag and found out all of this neat information. Keep up the good work and good luck in school!
The third C4K comment that I made was on Hanna's blog. She had a slide show of pictures from Alberta, Canada. Her teacher assigned them to find interesting things about Alberta. This is the comment I left for her, "Hey Hanna! I am Cheyanne Wilson, a student at the University of South Alabama. I am going to school to be a teacher!
I really enjoyed your slideshow! The pictures that you included in your show were very breath-taking! I hope you are having a great school year!
The final comment I made for the month of October was on the blog of Ireland by Dr. Santoli and Dr. Vitulli. This particular post was just talking about their food experiences that they have had while they were in Ireland. The pictures of the food they provided on the blog looked very amazing! This is the comment I left on the post, "Hi Dr. Santoli and Dr. Vitulli, The food looks amazing! I find it quite funny that you mistaken carrots for sweet potatoes. Their food mixtures and choices are very different. But like I said it looks amazing! I do not like trying new things, but I think I would try the seafood chowder! It looks like the both of you are having a great time! Enjoy yourself!"