E-mail Etiquette ('03 ver)

E-mail Etiquette - Creating good emails Email etiquette has to do with the style and manner of our messages we send in our emails help prepare you

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Creating good e-mails
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E-mail etiquette has to do with the  style  and  manner of our messages  we send in our emails.   The purpose of today’s lesson is to  help prepare you to better  communicate with your teachers and  professors.  
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Often, we are very busy and we tend to  focus on getting done what needs to be  done.   However, at times, it is very important to  think about not only WHAT we want to  say, but also HOW we communicate.  
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As a student, it is easy to forget that  s/he is only 1 person in a group of  many.   Teachers/professors are not always  able to  get to know each individual  student.   A student who writes an email that is  too explicit may lead to an awkward 
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  I missed the class today, you should tell me  what is the homework.    Teacher, R U able to C me 2day?   I can’t come to school today because I eat 
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This note was uploaded on 06/22/2011 for the course ESL 4 taught by Professor Rita during the Spring '11 term at Fanshawe.

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E-mail Etiquette - Creating good emails Email etiquette has to do with the style and manner of our messages we send in our emails help prepare you

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