There are many methods and tools for teaching writing. In today’s world of technology there is a growing aspiration among students and educators in using technological resources for learning and teaching purposes. One of these technological tools that is widely used in institutions and classrooms is blogging.The purpose of this study was to explore and compare the expressiveness in two types of writing modes: the pen-paper and the blog entries among EEC (Experimental English Classes)intermediate students at the American University of Armenia. The following linguistic indicators were considered to measure the expressiveness in students’ reflective writings: personal references: “I, me, my, myself, mine”, pictures and punctuations, as well as the students’ attitude towards using pen-paper and blog as writing tools. Mixed method was implemented to conduct this research.Data collection was from the students’ reflective writings and two interviews. The findings of this study revealed that blog seemed to be a place where students felt more comfortable in expressing their thoughts and can increase the mastery of the target language and a more sophisticated thinking.