Email Etiquette Unit: Teaching Students How to Write a Professional Email

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38 Editable PowerPoint Slides and 23 PDF Pages
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One of the best ways to help students succeed both in and out of a school setting is by teaching email etiquette. By teaching students how to write an email, they will know how to write an email to a teacher, boss, or superior. Email etiquette is an essential skill that students need to know, and after teaching this email etiquette unit, you’ll receive much more pleasant emails.

This email etiquette unit includes an instructional presentation and a variety of email etiquette activities to help your students learn the art of proper email communication.

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 email etiquette unit is an ideal lesson to start out the new school year!

This email etiquette lesson includes:

  • 38-slide PowerPoint presentation to help you directly teach this concept to your students.
  • The presentation is engaging and interactive.
  • a PDF document with 15 useable classroom pages.
  • Email etiquette writing guide
  • Practice email corrections

After completing this lesson, your students will gain a better understanding of email etiquette, learn how to write a professional email, and will improve their college and career readiness.

What fellow teachers are saying.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Extremely satisfied

Perfect resource to introduce proper email etiquette. Used it during the second week of school and was a good way to have students collaborate on a low stakes activity. Will continue to use each year. 

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Extremely satisfied

This was so helpful when planning a lesson on "how to write an email." So many students didn't understand what a proper email looked like so this resource was so helpful in providing set guidelines, examples, and even a little "discussion". I didn't have to change a thing in order to use this with my students. Thanks for making this available to us!

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Extremely satisfied

I love this. I used it for the first time last year to show students how to write to their teachers. It was the first time I had students writing well constructed emails and for the most part, they did a great job sticking to proper email format for the year! I saw such an improvement with how kids talked to me digitally. It’s already in my plans for next year.

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.

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38 Editable PowerPoint Slides and 23 PDF Pages
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Use technology, including the Internet, to produce and publish writing and to interact and collaborate with others.


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