Writing professional e-mail is a learned skill. To get a better understanding of how to compose proper e-mails and the dos and don’ts of e-mail etiquette, please read these articles:
Read How to E-mail Your Professor Without Being Annoying AF (Links to an external site.)
Read Re: Your Recent E-mail to Your Professor (Links to an external site.)
Then, consider the following:
You are in Professor Smith’s Introduction to Ethics course (section 1234) that meets Mondays and Wednesdays at 12:30pm. In class today, you disagreed with something Professor Smith said. E-mail Professor Smith and express your opposite point of view.
After developing your email and formatting it appropriately, make sure you proofread and edit it for grammar and mechanics and tone.
Your final, polished document should be a minimum of 250 polished, edited words and in e-mail format. A template for that format can be found HERE Actions .