How It Works Writable K12 ELA Writing Assignments

Better feedback, better revision.

Learn how Writable helps you guide writing and peer review — with our assignments or yours.

How It Works

Writable is a guided writing practice program that connects any style of instruction to a cycle of authentic feedback and revision. Writable helps teachers build more independent, reflective writers, and helps schools assess & monitor growth. See how it works at a glance.


Explore assignments, rubrics, and prompt collections or bring in your own content.

  • Argument, Information, Narrative
  • Workshop, 6 Traits, CCSS
  • AP, SBAC, SAT/ACT writing
  • Use aligned rubrics, or import your own

Demonstrate key skills, strategies, and techniques for students.

  • Teach peer review with modeled student writing
  • Model writing with spotlights
  • Upload your own model texts
Write / Review / Revise

Engage students in a writing process that supports your instruction.

  • Built-in checklists & comment stems
  • Drives reflection & revision
  • Works alongside Google Docs
Guide & Monitor Progress

Track progress & growth by skill as you go from grader to guide.

  • Target feedback with dashboard
  • Focus grading with Quick Grade tools
  • Give instant feedback to writers and reviewers

Supports Your Instruction

Writable has over 100 argument, information, and narrative writing templates that fit into any curriculum. Assignments support genre-based writing or target specific writing skills and parts of the writing process. Writable checklists are Writer’s Workshop, Six Traits, or CCSS-aligned but can be edited as needed.

Supports Proven Pedagogy

Research shows that better feedback drives better revision, and that revision drives growth. Learn how Writable uses scaffolded, authentic feedback – from student self-review, anonymous peer review, and teacher feedback – to help drive purposeful revision and writing growth.

“The research is clear: providing students time for structured practice, coaching them to give quality feedback to one another, and engaging in meaningful revision can all help writers grow.”

Dr. Troy Hicks, Professor of English & Education, Central Michigan University

Supports Your
Classroom Technology

Teachers and students can log into Writable with any Google/Google for Education account. Students can export their writing to Google Docs and teachers can use Google spreadsheets to upload content. Schools using Google Classroom can sync rosters and assign student writing inside a Google Doc.