SBAC Practice in 3 Steps
Improve student scores on the writing portion of the SBAC by giving them more practice with real prompts and rubrics. Teachers can model and guide successful SBAC strategies and use the review process to build metacognition and motivation, while also building towards long-term writing skills.
Browse our library of SBAC writing assignments taken from the real exam.
- Choose from Argument, Narrative, & Informational
- Choose between short responses and essays
- Model good strategies & responses
Engage students in SBAC writing that supports your instruction.
- Students write in Google Docs or Writable
- Students review anonymously using checklists & comment stems
- Teachers see more engagement and motivation
Track progress earlier in the writing process.
- Target feedback with dashboard
- Focus grading with Quick Grade tools
- Monitor SBAC skills alongside other practice
Monitor SBAC Skills
Writable makes assessment and assignment data easy to visualize in a school dashboard, helping grade-level teams and administrators to monitor growth and plan ahead – by student or skill. After students finish SBAC practice, teachers can spot skill gaps and help students make progress in less time.
Works with Google
With Writable, Google schools have no additional setup or accounts to create. Schools using Google Classroom can sync course rosters and share Writable assignments in the Classroom stream, then have students “turn in” writing from a Google Doc.
“The digital scaffolding of the assignments is great. Google Classroom integration was flawless and fast! Finally, the feedback and grading from the teacher side were great for me. I am someone who hates the idea of having to grade a batch of essays, and this process made it so much more palatable.”
Jill, 7th Grade Language Arts, Cadillac Area Public Schools, MI