Email etiquette is important! If you need to get in touch with your teacher (or anyone) via email, here are some helpful tips to make sure that you sound professional and polite, AND that your question or need will be addressed right away!
Include a clear, concise subject line so your teacher knows what your email is about.
• Address people properly.
• Identify why you are sending the email.
• If requesting a meeting, include availability.
• Did I spell everything correctly?
• How is my grammar?
• How is my tone? (Do I sound happy? Sad? Angry?)
• "Please" and "thank you" go a long way!
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.psd: Native photoshop file format that supports layers and saves all the layered information in your file. Always save your file as a .psd for editing first. This format is NOT supported by the web.
.jpg: A widely used compressed image format for containing digital images. It results in smaller file size which allows sharing and storing of images easier. This format is supported by the web.
.gif: The format supports up to 8 bits per pixel for each image, allowing a single image to reference its own palette of up to 256 different colors chosen from the 24-bit RGB color space. It also supports animations and allows a separate palette of up to 256 colors for each frame. This format is supported by the web.
This video walks you through some essential features of Google Classroom. Have a specific question? Jump to specific parts of the video by clicking the links below!
Signing in to Classroom
The Stream Tab
The Classwork Tab
"Your Work" Page
Create a Blogger blog:
Manage your blog:
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