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3. Choose an Email Scenario to Write About
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  1. Select the first email scenario you would like to learn.
  2. Watch the video and complete the activity that corresponds with the communication skill you are learning.
  3. Select the second email scenario you would like to learn.
  4. Watch the video and complete the activity that corresponds with the communication skill you are learning.
  5. Click NEXT below to move on to Video 4 to continue the lesson and send your email.
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Inform Your Work You’ll be Late or Out Sick

Students learn why it’s important to inform their coworkers they’ll be late or out sick, then they write an email explaining the situation to a manager.

Request Time Off

Students write a brief email requesting time off work, including how they will need coverage and whether they can be reached. Then, they bold important details.

Follow Up After a Meeting

Students email their coworkers to follow up and clarify action items after a meeting or another important conversation.

Communicate Workplace Policy

Students communicate a workplace policy to the entire team and learn how to effectively use BCC to include hidden email addresses.

Send an Email Publicly Thanking Your Team Member

Students write an email thanking a colleague for their hard work, then they search for and include a GIF in their email.

Write to Someone You Don’t Know

Students write an email to someone outside their organization and search the internet for their contact information.