In this Emailing Activities Pack, you will receive a basic how-to-write-an-email handout
for your students, a practice template
for students to write an email, four different emails
for which students will need to revise and rewrite with necessary corrections, and an exit ticket assignment
in which they can use their devices to actually send an email or hand-write an email-structured letter to deliver to their teachers.
I have received countless emails from my secondary students, and there is one pattern across them all: they lack something. Whether they forget a subject, do not address me (the reader), or simply forgot to put their own name, they do not adhere to the basic structure of an email. With this activity pack, by the end of a 45-minute lesson, your students will be able to produce a nicely structured email to a teacher.
Not only is this real-world applicable
for students, it's a great beginning of the year or even end-of-the-year activity. It's also great to strengthen their organization skills, writing skills, and proofreading skills.
Be sure to check out my Emailing Activities: How to Write an Email - Pack 2
by clicking here!
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