Writing Emails to Teachers


How to write professional emails to teachers. A step by step guide.

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1. Poll
30 seconds
How do you feel today?
  • Excited
  • Tired
  • Sad
  • Happy
  • Curious
2. Slide
60 seconds
3. Word cloud
60 seconds
πŸ€” What are the most common ways people communicate in the world today?
4. Slide
60 seconds
5. Slide
60 seconds
6. Poll
60 seconds
πŸ€” Which method of communicating with your teachers do you prefer?
  • Talking Face to Face
  • Email
7. Slide
60 seconds
8. Slide
60 seconds
9. Poll
60 seconds
πŸ€” Which of the following is not essential in the subject line of a professional email to a teacher?
  • Relevant topic related to class
  • Clear and concise summary of the email's purpose
  • Emojis or abbreviations
10. Slide
60 seconds
11. Slide
60 seconds
12. Poll
60 seconds
What is an appropriate greeting to use when writing a professional email to a teacher?
  • To whom it may concern
  • Yo!
  • Hey!
  • Dear Mr./Ms. [Last Name]
13. Open question
210 seconds
14. Slide
60 seconds
15. Poll
60 seconds
πŸ€” What should you include in the body of your email when requesting assistance from your teacher?
  • Irrelevant information
  • Personal opinions
  • Funny stories
  • A clear and specific request
16. Open question
180 seconds
17. Slide
60 seconds
18. Poll
60 seconds
When signing off at the end of your professional email, what is an appropriate closing phrase?
  • TTYL (Talk to you later)
  • Love
  • Cheers
  • Sincerely
19. Slide
60 seconds
20. Poll
30 seconds
How confident are you with today's lesson?
  • Very confident πŸ˜„
  • Somewhat confident 😊
  • Neutral πŸ€”
  • Not very confident πŸ˜•
  • Not at all confident ☹️
21. Slide
60 seconds
22. Drawings
1260 seconds
Question: You need to write an email to a teacher asking for help on an assignment. How would you go about that? Clues: β€’ Think about what information you need to include in the email. β€’ Be polite and respectful when asking for help. β€’ Proofread your email before you send it.
23. Drawings
1260 seconds
Question: You missed a few days of school and you need to make up the work. Write an email to your teacher asking how you can do this. Clues: β€’ Be polite and respectful in your email. β€’ Explain what work you need to make up. β€’ Include your name and class in the email.
24. Drawings
1260 seconds
Question: Your grades aren't where you want them to be. How would you email your teacher to try to get your grades up? Clues: β€’ Be respectful and honest about your current grades. β€’ Talk to your teacher about a plan to improve your grades. β€’ Explain what specific steps you plan to take to raise your grades. In pairs: Select and solve one of the tasks: A. Write an email to your teacher. B. Work with a partner and explain your email through a drawing.

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