this is a mere post rather than an address, but, you know, it sounds much nicer to call it an "address" :-)
Well, the purpose of this post is to remind you that you can be part of a community of bloggers that is intended to revolve around the topics dealt with in our course Primer Idioma I - Inglés.
The volunteer piece of work consists in creating your own personal blog in English. Once you have created it, you need to post your answer to this post, and remember to include a link to your own newly created blog.
The contents you can write about, or "video about", can be any topic dealt with in class. For example, you can give a summary of the presentation that you gave in class on the touristic development of your local areas. Or record a video showing what you want: for example, a video of your participation in this year's Carnival, where in English you explain something about it. Then, if you upload it to YouTube, you can then include it in your post, as I did with a video I took in Botija (Cáceres province, Extremadura, Spain) of a nice little bird, a kingfisher, in this post: Botija Kingfisher (Martín Pescador, Alcedo Atthis) video.
Or you could have your say regarding the environmental threats looming over the natural heritage of Extremadura, particularly as future professionals of the tourist sector.
A sense of contributing to others could also encourage you to offer links to pages for learning English, finding jobs, good readings of English and Tourism, or any other links that are useful for you and you want to share as possibly useful for your classmates.
It will be interesting that you link the blogs or particular posts of other students in the posts to your own blogs, so that we can have a community around the main goal of using English in relation to our common interest in tourism.
This will all be taken into account when assessing your learning in our course.
Let's keep "blogged" up around one word you all now know how to pronounce, or do you?:
My own contribution to this community will be through my blog Extremadura Field Trips, which you alredy know about.
All the best,