EC San Francisco English School’s Writing Class – Blog Post About Blogs!

This month, the writing class at EC San Francisco English School has taken an in-depth look at some popular blogs. So we have created a blog post that is about blogs! Each student chose one that they were interested in, summarized a post and reviewed the blog. Check out what they found! 1) Omar Quintero – GranTourismo! Grantourismotravels is a tourism blog, this blog is written and photographed by Lara Dunson and Terence Carter. They travel around the world and they not practice the normal tourist of the known the special tourist places or the most delicious restaurants, they leave like a local people and they  show us the daily routing in the life of the countries than they visited. One of the post that they have is about the Asian Travel Etiquette, in this post you can find how you should greet people, how to conduct your self, what is considered good manners and what’s not and what you should wear. I like this blog because they try to deep in the culture of the country that they visited, is not superficial tourist they learn and teach about the smalls but important issues of the countries. This blog help us to prepare ours future travels around the world. 2) Juan David Acosta – Stance Works Post:Joy Johnston’s newing/Alpil VolksWagen Beetle. This post is completely based on car modifications and mainly focused in lowering rides. I consider myself a car enthusiast therefore I found this post really attractive and constructive for my aesthetics references. I read in it about many detailing aspects about the interior, and the whole process that it took to reach that point of excellence. Also is involved the connection between the owner and the machine, which is a strong reality that becomes sometimes in relationship. So if … Read more

Change Your Perspective: Seeing The World From Different Angles

See, Look, Stop and Stare Watch the sun set slowly Peer, View, Squint and Glare Observe the world from Union Square, San Francisco’s one and only BART and MUNI, crowded mostly Peek at those nearest, but don’t be nosy Study your books, Scrutinize them closely Skim, Scan and don’t get dozy Take a Glance at yesterday’s test Or ask your partner, who may know best Respect your teacher and smile in class Take it from me, your face says a lot So Beam with laughter, put on a Grin… even if that joke was funny or not H. J. Smith, Sept. 2011