Teachers can choose from Writable's organizer library or embed a Google Doc as a graphic organizer to support students.

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Adding a Writable Graphic Organizer

Choose from a variety of pre-made graphic organizers by following these steps.

1. From 'My Assignments', click the assignment you'd like to edit.

2. Click 'Edit'.

3. Scroll to the tabbed sections and click the blue + icon next to the section tabs.

4. Enter the title for your Graphic Organizer section and select the 'Multi Reponse' option. Then, click 'Add Section'.

5. Click 'Edit Section'.

6. Click 'Browse Organizer Library' to view available organizers.

Tip! Scroll through the prompts at the top of the screen to add an organizer to a specific prompt. This is especially helpful when creating differentiated prompts.

7. Scroll through the Writable organizers. Click 'Select' to add the organizer to the assignment.

8. Click 'Done' to see the graphic organizer in your assignment.

Tips!

  • Check the 'Submit to Readings' option to allow students to see their completed organizer side-by-side with the other sections of the assignment.

  • You can follow these steps to edit how much the graphic organizer impacts the overall assignment score.


Using a Google Doc Organizer

To use a custom graphic organizer, teachers can add an embedded Google Doc in the assignment.
Note: In order to use this all students must be connected to Google in Writable. This is not recommended for students working on iPads.

1. From 'My Assignments', click the assignment you'd like to edit.

2. Click 'Edit'.

3. Scroll to the tabbed sections and click the blue + icon next to the section tabs.

4. Enter the title for your Graphic Organizer section and select the 'Single Reponse' option. Then, click 'Add Section'.

5. Click 'Add Google Organizer'. Then click 'Continue'. You may be prompted to log in with your Google account and provide additional permissions.

6. Choose the Google Doc you'd like to use as a graphic organizer and then click 'Select'.

7. Once you've selected a Google Doc, you'll see it noted in the assignment.

8. Next, click 'Add Rubric' to choose a rubric for the graphic organizer. Single Response sections must have at least one rubric item. For more information about adding a rubric, click here.

Tip! If you'd like to adjust how much the graphic organizer section is worth in your students' final grade, you can edit the section weights using these directions.

9. Click 'Preview As Student' to preview how the Google Doc organizer will look for students.


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