Rock My Vote

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Essay 2: Rock MY Vote
Part Two: Sending your essay via snail mail

STEP ONE: You will reformat your essay so that it looks like a letter. You will remove your name, date, title, my name, class section, etc…. Then you will add the following: * Your address at the top of the letter. Do not include your name or title, as it will be included in your closing. Do write your email address as well. * The date. Write out the month, day and year (January 12, 2011). * Inside address: The inside address is the sender’s address. Make sure you find the appropriate address for your audience. * Salutation: For this letter, it should be “Dear Mr. or Mrs. Secretary/President/etc...” * The body: essentially, your essay, but you should not indent paragraphs, and instead use a block format and single space everything. * The closing: It’s up to you, but it could be “Thank you” or “Sincerely.” Then, using 4 single space lines, type your full name and then sign under.
Please staple your letter together and do include your Works Cited/Reference page/Bibliography.
STEP TWO: Address an envelope (standard rectangular mailing envelope) to your audience. Attach a stamp (TWO stamps if your letter is longer than 5 pages). DO NOT ENCLOSE THE LETTER IN THE ENVELOPE.
STEP THREE: Attach your letter to your envelope with a PAPER CLIP. I will check your format and then enclose the letter and mail it.

**This is due anytime before the last day of the quarter. Until then, however, your essay grade is not…...

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