Individuals have different view on different stuffs, there’s no right or wrong to certain things. As for me, I choose the writing with more emotions, it can make my reply easier (which is home work). I don’t very mind the length of the writing, maybe just break them into different sections, a page squeeze with writing will scare little kids away. Eventually readers will get tired in the middle of reading, image should be added to let them relax their eyes, as well as getting them to understand the topic better. Sometime I would notice the comic on the math textbook, it make subject we are learning easier to remember for leaving a deeper impression in us.
Articles posted on Youth Voices by my classmates allow me to see a different side of them. There were a few times when I were surprised by how well they wrote, since they look like they never worry about their home work. What I learn? Well, never to judge a book by its cover. Recently I had been rushing posts at the last moment for my home works, thanks to my horrible planning arrangement. I wouldn’t rank the posts I wrote as “good”, there’s no limit to improvement, as well as the scale for the rank of well written writings. Beside, hardly anyone comment on my post, sending my mind the message that it does not seem so interesting to them. So far I had commented on pretty lots of posts, not that I’m a good student, it’s only for the sake of my home work.
There’s limit to the activity on Youth Voices, such as the development of chatting that could lead to meeting students from other school through literacy. There are many more that could be add to the site, however, too much would turn Youth Voices into another Facebook. This website gathers students’ opinion in writing, allowing them to speak out their thought, which could be important.
Few things I found difference was writing in paper and blogging, one may seem plain while the blogging online seems more professional. Popular websites today such as Facebook and Myspace are very different in several ways, Facebook provide more privacy than Myspace. What I like about Facebook was the first good impression it gave me, it automatically show me all of the accounts of my friends. Similar tools as the one above could help save a lot of time, at least it saved me hours of wondering on the net.