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email etiquette


Curipod generated lesson: "email etiquette". #5-7

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Updated 5 months ago

1. Word cloud
120 seconds
In one word, what is the most important rule to follow when sending emails?
2. Slide
60 seconds
Write clear, concise messages. Avoid using slang or abbreviations. Always use proper grammar and spell check. Include a signature with your name. Be polite and respectful when communicating with others. Use a friendly, professional tone.
Email Etiquette
3. Slide
60 seconds
Respectful Tone: Using polite language and avoiding sarcasm when communicating with others via email. Grammar and Spelling: Using proper punctuation, grammar, and spelling in emails to ensure that your message is clearly understood. Privacy: Respecting the privacy of others when sending emails and not sharing confidential information.
4. Open question
300 seconds
What are the pros and cons of using email for communication?
5. Open question
300 seconds
What is 1 thing you you learned about email etiquette so far?
6. Slide
60 seconds
The phrase 'cc' stands for 'carbon copy'. It is used to refer to emails sent to more than one person. When replying to an email, the 'reply all' button should be used sparingly. It is usually best to only reply to the sender of the original email.
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7. Poll
60 seconds
What is the appropriate way to start an email?
  • Dear [Recipient’s Name],
  • What's up?
  • Hey!
8. Drawings
1260 seconds
Question: You are a 6th grade student who just sent an email to your teacher. What email etiquette should you follow? Clues: • Use a proper greeting and closing. • Check your spelling and grammar. • Be polite and professional. Select and solve one of the tasks: A. Write an example email you could send to your teacher. B. Write an example email you could send to coach about a sport you want to play.
9. Poll
60 seconds
What should you avoid in the subject line of an email?
  • Using all caps
  • Using slang or abbreviations
  • Leaving it blank
10. Poll
60 seconds
When is it appropriate to use emojis in a professional email?
  • Rarely or never
  • Only when emailing friends
  • Always
11. Poll
60 seconds
If you receive an angry or rude email, what should be your first response?
  • Take a deep breath and wait before responding
  • Ignore the message entirely
  • Immediately respond with anger and frustration
12. Poll
60 seconds
How can you ensure that your emails are clear and concise?
  • Use overly complicated language
  • Include irrelevant details in your message
  • Keep sentences short and to the point
13. Open question
300 seconds
What are some common mistakes people make when writing emails?

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