I would suggest no more than 3-5 paragraphs. The first paragraph notes your interest in the specific school and specific job listed, and reinforces that your qualifications meet the qualifications sought by the employer. Here is a short example: "Dear Sir/Ma'am: I write to express my interest in the M.4 English teaching position listed on m. I am a native-speaker of English from Canada, with two years of teaching experience in Asia. Cover letters seem to be extremely difficult for many people, but I hope the tips above help out! Remember, it's the cover letter than connects the resume to the position offered, and makes you stand out in a pack of viable teaching candidates.
The meat of the letter in the most important. The second, and sometimes third and fourth, paragraphs are the BEEF. They should NOT simply restate what is on your resume. I can read your resume if I want that.
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1. The salutation should read "Dear Sir/Ma'am or something equally as gender neutral (Dear Hiring Coordinator, etc. when you do not know the person's name or sex. I am amazed at how many letters starting with "Dear Ms.