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  • Do
  • She keeps it brief and to the point, and signs out with "from"
  • Hey Coach, I wanted to tell you that I may be a little late to practice. I'm stuck in traffic. From, Tina.
  • Do
  • Hello Ms. Jonson, I cant make it to our singing lesson today because I have a dentist appointment. Hope you understand. sincerely, Kylee.
  • Do
  • This is good because she used the word "dear," got right to the point, and ended with "your student"
  • Dear Mr. Norton, I was in the bathroom when yo pased out last night's homework. Could I do it over the weekend? Your student, Kara Willson.
  • Don't
  • Hey teach, Can't turn in homework tomorrow. Lost it. See you later.
  • Don't
  • She is clear and to the point and says "sincerey," at the end.
  • 1.) That is the oldest trick in the book. 2.) That is the longest message I've ever read. 3.) He didn't adress the teacher or leave his name.
  • You know, I have a really good reason why I didn't do my homework this time. My dog ate it. He just chewed it all up. You have to believe me. I swear, it was the weirdest thing I've ever seen. Anyway, if I don't turn in my homework, it's not my fault.
  • Don't
  • Yo Mr. Teacher man, Dude, sorry I cut class the other day. My friends and I were hanging out in the graveyard.
  • This person did not address her teacher appropriately, or use proper grammar, she also did not sign off using her name.
  • He doesn't address his teacher properly, or tell him who the email's from.
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