Email Etiquette

Email Etiquette

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  • Hey Mr.Bob, Hi! I wuz gone cuz my grandma was in the hospital and then cuz I wuz cryin alot, wich made my face red. So i didnt come the nex day CUZ I WUZ EMBARESED THAT MY FACE LOOKED BAD. BUT YOU NEV SENT ME THE NOTES THAT I MISSED!  And I also didnt take the test LOL. So I will come in on thursday so I can take it.  Please send the notes before then so i can study. Thanks. -Jane
  • Email Hey Bob,
  • This seems like they are very angry. They are demanding. She just assumed that she could come in anytime she wants. 
  • This is not a good email. It is not good because when writing an email you should never use abbreviations or use all caps, there was not a subject line, they did not have correct grammar and spelling, they were not concise, had problems with their tone, and didn't use an appropriate salutation and closing.  
  • Subject: Job Application Dear Mrs. Jones, Hi, I am Calvin Lassitter. I saw your ad for a job opening online. I am interested in the IT position.Below I have attached my resume to this email.  I have experience in the IT world and would be grateful to have the opportunity to use my skills and develop them more.  Sincerely,  Calvin Lassitter
  • Dear Mrs. Jones
  • This is a very good email. They seem like a very professional and responsible person. 
  • This is a good email. It is good because this person had a good subject line, a proper salutation and closing, they did not use abbreviations or all caps, they had correct spelling and grammar, they had a good tone, their writing seemed respectful and professional, and they were concise and to the point. 
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