Project #95980 - email english

writting a 2 email, i also attached a sample

This is a step how to write a e-mail below.

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Writing Assignment #3: Email – ONE document in two parts. Please do not give me Part One and Part Two separately.

 

 

 Protocol:

 

For email writing, we will be observing the following formatting and conventions. Each email must have:

 

·             At least two paragraphs of 3-4 lines each (flush left - indentation is not necessary). Single spaced, with a double space between paragraphs.

·             A clear and specific subject line. When the subject line refers to an event, the date of that event should be included.

·             A salutation when:

a.         the email is external (in or out in any direction) or

b.         the recipient’s name is not a part of his or her email address

c.           the path is up (either internal or external)

NOTE: The salutation is punctuated with a comma when you are using a first name, and a colon when you are using honorific plus last name.

·             A clearly stated message at the start of the first paragraph

·             A complimentary close when:

a.         the email is external (in or out in any direction) or

b.         the sender’s name is not a part of his or her email address

c.           the path is up (either internal or external)

·             A signature block when the email is external (in or out).Signature block must include the street (mailing) address of the company for which the sender works.

·             Authenticity. The text you produce must look like an email.

 

 

 

Two Emails:

           

I - Email #1 – an internal communication from one employee in your company to a list of at least three other employees. It is not necessary to create each email address on your list. You may generalize about this group (for example: ”To: eleven sales associates”)

 

            A.  The situation – create a business situation which would prompt one employee in your company to send an email to a list of other employees.

 

            B.  Document Summary –

 

1.         Audience – recipient(s)

2.          Purpose - a precise and accurate verb or verbs

3.         Message – a one-two sentence summary of the email’s content. Do not re-state the situation. Instead, summarize the document’s message.

4.         Type of document - Email

5.         Tone – formal, informal, conversational, urgent, etc.

 

            C.  Position and path –

 

            D. Email attached  (followed by the email, on a separate page).

 

II - Email #2 – an external communication from one employee in your company to someone outside the company or from a professional (not a customer, but someone writing as the representative of a company) outside the company to an employee. The email must refer to an attachment. You do not have to create the attachment.

 

A.    The situation – create a business situation which would prompt an email from an individual outside the company, or to an individual outside the company, and would be best addressed with an attachment.

 

B.    Document Summary – see above

 

C.    Position and path –

 

D.   Email attached (followed by the email, on a separate page).

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Due By (Pacific Time) 11/27/2015 12:00 am
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