Cover Letter to Your Instructor for Paper 1:
This will be a sort of cover letter for your essay. It should be on a separate sheet of paper, typed, stapled to the top of the final draft.
Date the letter and address it to “Dear Reader.” Then do the following in nicely developed, fat paragraphs:
1. Tell the reader what you intend for the essay to do for its readers. Describe its purpose(s) and the effect(s) you want it to have on the readers. Say who you think the readers are.
2. Remember to sign the letter (electronically, of course, since that’s how you’re submitting it). After you’ve drafted it, think about whether your letter and essay match up. Does the essay really do what your letter promises? If not, then use the draft of your letter as a revising tool to make a few more adjustments to your essay. Then, when the essay is polished and ready to hand in, polish the letter as well and hand them in together.