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That would be so freaky!! I liked how you used exciting words. I loved the way that you used Flickr. It was a good idea to post it on your blog if you take some photos you could make a Picture Trail. That was a great idea that you got under the tables when you felt the earthquake.from MQ snd AT
How scary that would have been having a mini earthquake! It was a smart idea getting under your tables. I think that if you have another earthquake, next time you should probably stand under a door because the table might collapse on you. I liked the way you told us all the infomation on what to do in an earthquake.A.T & A.D
Wow Asena,You must have been really scared. I know I would have been. It's nice to hear that you had your classmates and teacher around to help comfort you. I have never experienced an earthquake before. You must be really brave. You had a great explaination of how you felt during the disaster. Was anybody hurt?Felicia
Hi Asena,I relly enjoi listening to your alsome story.Did you had enife spaceunder your groups desk.I hope you writ a another cool and alsome story again so I can read it.FROM your friend Quasia.
You did an excellent job with your video. I thought I was watching a news reporter. If you keep making videos, I know you will be great at it. I saw that most of the other students used pictures and animation in their videos, why did you choose to do a live video? I try to get my students here in New York to make videos all the time, but they are not as brave as you. Can you give them any advice?
I really liked how you described what happened. I didn't know that there was an earthquake over there! If I didn't know any better I would think that you were telling someone elses' story. You should be very proud of yourself by being able to tell your experience You are very brave! great job on your video!
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