Next, browse or search for your desired template and click on it.
By default, Write Well for Google Docs will display its most “Popular” templates.
These are worth browsing, but teachers can easily locate grade-level and topic-appropriate templates.
Clicking “Get Add-ons” leads you to a repository of Google Add-Ons where you can search for Write Well for Google Docs or find it in the Productivity section.
Once you’ve located Write Well for Google Docs, click the “ Free” icon and allow the app access to your Google account.
Google Add-Ons and Extensions provide an excellent array of research, writing and feedback tools perfect for laptop, desktop, and Chromebook users.
In this multi-part series, you’ll learn some of the best Google Drive Add-Ons and Chrome Extensions for use in middle school and high school English & Language Arts, History & Social Studies, World Languages, and Science classrooms.Under “Generate Template” is a link that leads to an online request form.There are two fundamental strategies a teacher could pursue in getting students to use the template content.This tool like many others allows everyone to see and comment on each other as a community.Students can make their own walls or you can make community/classroom walls (can be Private or Public).For instance, High School teachers should click on the “K12 – High School” tab to unveil useful templates for high school writing activities.Likewise, middle school teachers can click on the “K12 – Middle School” tab, and elementary school teachers the “K12 – Elementary School” tab, to find templates appropriate for their grade level.As with any Add-on, once you’ve installed Write Well for Google Docs it will be available for use with any Google Doc you create in the future.One advantage of an “add-on” is that it becomes part of Google Docs.Click on “Generate Template” in the bottom of the right corner to use it.At this point, a Write Well for Google Docs box appears and provides tips.