Choosing a category, like ‘Agriculture,’ ‘Technology,’ or ‘Education,’ is the initial step that sets the theme of your blog post. This selection aligns your content with your audience’s expectations and interests, effectively guiding the direction of your writing and providing context for your readers.
Examples of categories include: Academics, Sports, Arts and Culture, School Events, Science and Technology, Literature and Language, History and Social Studies, Mathematics, Environment and Sustainability, Health and Wellness, Student Life, Community Service, Travel and Field Trips, Career Guidance, Personal Development, Debate and Public Speaking, Club Activities, Teacher Features, Alumni Stories, Book Reviews, Cooking and Nutrition, Creative Writing, Humor, Inspirational Stories, Study Tips and Strategies, Music and Drama.
Select a topic of interest that is suitable for our school community and complements the themes and content on our blog.
Plan out your blog post. Define your subtopics and create headings for each of them. This will help structure your writing and make it more readable.
Begin writing your article, ensuring you follow good grammar rules and use proper punctuation. You can use the MS Word document below as a template.
Incorporate images to make your blog visually appealing. Ensure the images are not copyrighted or are your own creations.
Create a brief summary of your blog post’s content. This gives readers an idea of what to expect from your article.
Write a concise excerpt, no more than two or three lines, capturing the essence of your blog. This serves as a teaser to entice readers.
Identify relevant keywords related to your blog post’s topic. These will help readers find your post when searching for similar themes or topics.
Proofread your blog post for any grammatical or punctuation errors. Ensure that your formatting is correct and that your headings, images, synopsis, excerpt, and keywords are properly included.