All teachers are literacy teachers and should be assessing students’ reading and writing skills. With the data, teachers across subjects can then plan for differentiation or next steps to improve student learning. Edcite offers dozens of technology-enhanced question types that help teachers assess literacy.
One of our most popular question types across subjects is our essay question.
Essay Response (#100) asks students to respond in essay form. Teachers can add a digital rubric from the Edcite library or create their own digital rubric, making scoring responses efficient.
Check out these essay prompts that teachers have shared on Edcite!
💻 Afghanistan’s Underground Girls Essay
💻 Susan B. Anthony essay question
Want to create your own essay question? 🎥 Watch the step-by-step video below to learn how.
Looking for more practice, including state test practice? Check out our Featured Collections!
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