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Email Etiquette Unit – Digital Citizenship



Total Pages: 64 Pages
Answer Key: Included with Rubric
Teaching Duration: 1 Week
File Type: Zip

Email Etiquette Unit – Digital Citizenship

This email etiquette resource comes with 5 lessons to help your students learn how to behave appropriately in an online environment. This is not just for virtual schools – it is important that all students who have any online components to their day (emailing teachers or peers, Google Classroom, Microsoft Teams, etc.) learn how to properly and politely interact online. Set your students up for success with this 5-lesson mini-unit. This is a great way to help your students to practice digital citizenship.

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Email Etiquette Unit: Digital Citizenship – Resource Includes:

  1. 5 Engaging Lessons
  2. Print & Digital Formats
  3. Graphic Organizers
  4. Google Slideshow
  5. Teacher Instructions
  6. Assessment Rubrics
  7. Individual PDFs for Google Classroom™

Email Etiquette Unit – Digital Citizenship – Lesson Overview:

  • Lesson 1 – Email Etiquette
  • Lesson 2 – LMS (Online Learning) Etiquette
  • Lesson 3 – How To CC / BCC On An Email
  • Lesson 4 – How To Attach Files To An Email
  • Lesson 5 – How To Organize Your Inbox

Teacher Feedback:

  1. “I used this resource with all three of my LA classes, 7th, 8th, and 9th Grade. It was easy to adjust for the older students and engaging for the young ones. “
  2. “Sixth-grade students have no idea how to properly write an email. This lesson was very helpful.”
  3. “My 7th-grade teacher colleagues agreed that our students needed a lesson in email etiquette, and as the English teacher, I was elected to tackle this. This resource was a pleasure to use and really made a difference. Our students have become much more aware of how they come across in their emails and have become more aware of audience as they approach all of the writing tasks.”

Are you looking for more resources to work technology issues into the classroom? Try this Smartphone Addiction Non-Fiction Article or these media literacy lessons: Smartphone App Privacy and Smartphone Addiction.

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