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6.2 | Emailing Leaders. STEPS 1 & 2 – LEARN & PRACTICE As reporters, you will need to email teachers, coaches and advisers to ask for permission to interview.

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1 6.2 | ing Leaders

2 STEPS 1 & 2 – LEARN & PRACTICE As reporters, you will need to teachers, coaches and advisers to ask for permission to interview and photograph their activity. Draft an that you can use. Submit it to your adviser for editing before sending it.

3 . SHOULD INCLUDE An introduction like, “Dear Mrs. X,” An explanation of your position on the yearbook staff. An explanation of what you would like from them and when you would like it. –Include as many specifics as possible. A reason why you would like it and why it will benefit them. A closing like: Thank you, Mrs. X! Joe Student Activities Editor Your should be as short and informative as possible. Do a spell and grammar check before sending!

4 STEP 3 – USE After your adviser has approved your letter, use it, changing specifics, when you leaders for permission to get photos and interviews.


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