••••If you cannot remember the step-by-step directions for submitting work through Turn-It-In, see ••••page 6 of your History Class Guidebook.
5c. Print the submission receipt that Turn-It-In gives you.
6. Show your two letters to Mr. Cushing, and...
7. ... get your envelope with the real names pre-printed on the back.
8. Write your name, date, and class period at the top left of ONE copy of your letter. Set aside this copy for a •••moment..
9. Write a returnaddress on the top left corner of your envelope front. ••••• See the example in the illustration below. ••••• The return address... ••••••••... contains yourfake name. ••••••••... should be where you are mailing your letter FROM; i.e. where you are when mailing your letter. ••••••••... includes a street address made up entirely made up by you. ••••••••... if you are west of the frontier, just make up the name of a fort where you mailed from.
10. Write a mailingaddress in the center of your envelope front. ••••• See the example in the illustration below. ••••• The mailing address... ••••••••... includes your partner'sfake name. ••••••••... should be MADE UP by you since the Bell students didn't include envelopes this time.
11. Draw a color stamp on your envelope. ••••• See the example in the illustration below. ••••• The stamp must be ... ••••••••... drawn in full COLOR ••••••••... historically accurate; no ninjas, flying saucers, tater tots, etc. Just do something simple like a •••••••••••U.S. flag, a nature scene, George Washington, a sailing ship, etc.
12. Fold the second copy of your letter — the copy that does NOT have a heading on it -- into ••••THIRDS, and place the letter in the envelope. * see below ••••If your letter is multiple pages, do NOT staple the pages that go in the envelope.
13. Fully seal the envelope along the entire gummed adhesive strip.
14. If your loose letter is more than one page, staple the pages together.
15. Give your Turn-It-In receipt, your loose letter, and your sealed letter to Mr. Cushing.
16. Recycle your copy of your DB Letter Outline. ••••(see picture at the right) ---------------------->