sent another email — subject H u m a n i t i e s
The following email was received at the end of the semester after the student received his grade. This student’s case is an example of what not to do — not listen to professor, not understand the requirements of the course, not follow directions and not come to class regularly. In addition, it is not a good idea to repeatedly beg the professor, send poorly written emails that suggest you are not college material, try to get the professor to change your earned grade at the end of the semester and hold the professor responsible for saving your future.
Subject: U GOT HELP ME OUT, PLEASE
HI DOCTOR, U TOLD ME AM GOING TO MAKE A “B” EVEN WITHOUT DOIN THE FINAL BUT UNFORTUNATELY U GAVE ME A “C” WHICH IS OF NO GOOD TO ME. PLEASE DOCTOR CHECK MY COURSE STUFF I DID, MY TEST AND MY FINALS OUT AGAIN PLEASE CAUSE WITHOUT UP PASSING I MEAN GETTIN A “B” AM NO GOOD AT ALL AND ACADEMIC IS GOING TO BE AFFECTED REAL BAD PLEASE AGAIN LOOK INTO MY CASE.
Within an hour, he sent another email–
Subject: u got to save my future
hello doctor , how u doin hey doc. i check my grade today and i realise i gave a “C” instead of a “b” remember when i came to see u in about my grade u said am good for a “b” but to my sadness u gave me a “C” please doctor u got to help me out cause without me passing your class my educational carrier will come to a stop and i know u don’t want that for nor any of your student please u got to help me ,please for love of God u got to to save my career.
Instructions: Revise the email from the student to make it ONE email questioning the grade and then create a response from the professor. Keep in mind, the professor is not going to change the grade as he/she feels the student did not earn the grade he is requesting. Remember the relationship and tone. Keep your email clear and concise. Include any information you feel has been omitted.