Why is it important?
Easy to be misunderstood.

We interact more and more
with the spoken word.
Audience
Unread

Subject

Woohoo! You've read all the messages in your inbox.

Everything else

Clear and concise. Must alert
the r...
Signature

Formal e mails need your full
name, class and school.
More basics
Brief
Reply time
Spelling, punctuation, grammar.
THIS IS SHOUTING!
What’s wrong?
What’s wrong?
Task
In your exhibition groups write a poem.

Include the do’s and don’ts of emailing.
In my magic in box I would place….
...
E mail etiquette for primary school
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E mail etiquette for primary school

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Simple power point helping to teach email etiquette. Was made for Year 6 students. ( Grade 5 US)

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E mail etiquette for primary school

  1. 1. Why is it important? Easy to be misunderstood. We interact more and more with the spoken word.
  2. 2. Audience
  3. 3. Unread Subject Woohoo! You've read all the messages in your inbox. Everything else Clear and concise. Must alert the reader as to what the mail is about. 1–25 of many
  4. 4. Signature Formal e mails need your full name, class and school.
  5. 5. More basics Brief Reply time Spelling, punctuation, grammar. THIS IS SHOUTING!
  6. 6. What’s wrong?
  7. 7. What’s wrong?
  8. 8. Task In your exhibition groups write a poem. Include the do’s and don’ts of emailing. In my magic in box I would place…. No emoticons An awareness of audience. Formal font

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