Email Etiquette: How to Write an Email to Teachers PowerPoint and Lesson

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  • Zip (38 Editable PowerPoint Slides and 23 PDF Pages)
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  1. This is a bundle of the original PDF and the Google version of my Email Etiquette teaching unit. With electronic communication on the rise, teaching email etiquette and how to properly communicate via email is an essential skill all students need to know.Even more so, students need to know how to pr
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An essential skill that students need to learn in school is email etiquette. Students need to know how to properly write an email to teachers, prospective employers, bosses, and other esteemed members of the community.

This multi-day lesson includes an editable and animated PowerPoint presentation, suggested teaching guide, student reference guides and notes, and classroom activities that can be completed individually or collaboratively. After teaching this unit, your students will have proper email etiquette.

This resource includes:

- 38 editable and animated PowerPoint slides to help you directly teach this concept to your students. You will not need to download or install any fonts.

- a PDF document with 15 useable classroom pages.

This lesson was designed for upper-level high school students. However, the content is accessible and appropriate for middle and high school students.The PDF document is a secured document that cannot be edited.

Total Pages
38 Editable PowerPoint Slides and 23 PDF Pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
3 days
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