Georgia Institute of Technology
Write Professional Emails in English
Georgia Institute of Technology

Write Professional Emails in English

This course is part of Improve Your English Communication Skills Specialization

Taught in English

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Gerry Landers

Instructor: Gerry Landers

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13 hours (approximately)
Flexible schedule
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11 quizzes

Course

Gain insight into a topic and learn the fundamentals

4.8

(16,981 reviews)

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97%

13 hours (approximately)
Flexible schedule
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There are 5 modules in this course

1) Understand basic professional email structures in English. 2) Identify key things to do and things to avoid. 3) Learn how to do basic editing of punctuation and capitalization.

What's included

5 videos4 readings3 quizzes1 peer review1 discussion prompt

1) Write more effective subject lines. 2) Understand the organization of email text. 3) Write better email text.

What's included

2 videos1 reading2 quizzes1 peer review

1) Analyze and identify the traits of introductions and announcement emails. 2) Learn and use key language for these types of emails to revise your first email.

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2 videos1 reading2 quizzes1 peer review

1) Analyze and identify the traits of request and apology emails. 2) Learn specific language associated with making request and apologies. 3) Practice focused key language.

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2 videos1 reading2 quizzes1 peer review

1) Review cultural effects on all your email writing. 2) Learn how to distinguish different ways people communicate and how to apply these differences to email writing.

What's included

2 videos2 readings2 quizzes1 peer review1 discussion prompt

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4.8 (4,972 ratings)
Gerry Landers
Georgia Institute of Technology
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