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Instructions: Follow the instructions and fill out all the blanks provided below to write a letter of global concern. You must have already found the address of the person whom you wish to write. If you are writing to the U.S. President or Vice-President, you can find their address here. If you are writing to a business leader, you can often find their address by using an Internet search for the company name, then searching the site for the Chairman of the Board or the CEO.

1. Type the return address in the spaces below. Use correct punctuation.

    

    

     Zip Code


2. Put the address of the person to whom you are writing in the spaces below. Use correct punctuation.

    

    

    

Zip Code


3. Put the date of the letter in the space below. Be sure to spell the month out completely.

    


4. Put the greeting in the space below. Use correct punctuation.

    


5. Fill in the following blanks to create an introduction.

     We have been studying at school.

I am quite concerned about and hope you are too.


6. Put three reasons why this topic concerns you so much. You can explain each reason or simply list them.


    Some reasons I am concerned about this are:
 a)
     ;

    b)
     ; and

     c)
     .

7. Describe what you want the individual who gets your letter to do about this area of concern.

    


8. Type a summary paragraph AND thank the person for taking the time to read and respond to your letter.

    


9. Type the closing in the space below. Use correct punctuation.

    


10. Click the Submit button to make a printable form of your letter without a picture. Click on the Add Pictures button if you want to add a picture to your letter (We only offer pictures related to the Arctic and Antarctic at this time). Choose Reset only if you want to start all over.


    


 
   
 
 
 

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