Welcome Back!

Welcome back to the Civics, Culture, and Community Blog! We didn’t write new posts during the winter break. Now it is January, and we will begin to write new posts again. Happy New Year!!

How often will new posts be up?

This year, you can read one new blog post every other week. That means there will be a new post one week, but not the next week (week 1, not week 2, week 3, not week 4). Posts should be on this website every Monday morning.  If there is something specific you want to learn about but you can’t find it on this site, please post a comment or tell your teacher. We will write a topic for you or your class. This blog is for YOU, our ESL students, and we want to write information that will help you.

How do I use the blog?

There are several options to use the blog.

  • You can SEARCH for a specific topic by using the searchbox on the right.
  • You can click on the links at the top.
  • You can click on the links on the right.
  • You can read the posts in order.

What topics are on this blog?

This is the Civics, Culture, and Community blog. There are many topics related to local events, government, citizenship, and living in the United States. For example:

If you want to learn about something that isn’t here, please tell us!

What are comments and links?

You can comment on every post. Click this blue link to read how to comment. 

There are lots of links in blogs. Links are blue. They open a new window and go to a different webpage. You can always return to the original post.

Practice!

In the comment section or on paper, write YES or NO. If the sentence is wrong, re-write it correctly.

  1. You can learn about American history on the Civics, Culture, and Community blog.
  2. There is one new post every week.
  3. New posts are ready on Monday.
  4. You can study grammar and vocabulary on the Civics, Culture, and Community blog.
  5. This blog is for teachers only.
  6. You can comment on any post.

See you in two weeks!

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