Teacher

Your Course Home Page

You will receive a secure user name and password to access the full writing website to help manage WPP Online in your classroom. Upon logging in, you can change your password, access the Help page, adjust personal display settings, sign out to return to the Welcome page, and access the five main action tabs for Teacher use: Home, Lessons, Students, Reports, and Prompts.

Course Home Page

How to Change Course and Edit Course Name Links

  • The Select a Course table lists each course by Course Name, Status, and Course Code, Grade Level and Expiration Date.

Select a Course Page

  • Select All Courses from the Showing drop-down list to see all the courses associated with your account.

    You have unlimited access to courses with an "Active" status.

    However, access to courses with an "Inactive" or "Closed" status is limited to managing reports. 

Edit Course Name

You can click on Edit Course Name, also located at the bottom of the page under Helpful Links, to edit the course name, then click Save.

Missing a Course?

If you are missing a course, please contact your school administrator and they will update the information.

Helpful Links

At the bottom of each page are links to helpful documents and information.

  • Click Guides to view the 2 Stars and a Wish and Peer Review guides.
  • Click Rubrics to view PEG's scoring rubrics for the Six Characteristics of Writing and Constructed Response essays, as well as teacher-scored rubrics for textual evidence and content accuracy.
  • Click Example Essays to view essays for all genres and grade levels along with explanations relating to their PEG scores.
  • Click Help Center to access additional information and support.
  • Click Graphic Organizers to download PDF versions of the program's graphic organizers.
  • Click Frequently Asked Questions to access answers to common questions regarding the program.
  • Click Change Course to view the Select a Course page and choose a different course.
  • Click Edit Course Name (for te to change the name of the currently selected course.

Student Writing History

Student Writing History

  • The student writing history table includes details about recent student writing activity including the date, student name, prompt name, step in the writing process, scoring status, number of peer reviews requested and received and any messages from the writer.    
  • Click the Date Link to navigate to the student's Score Report for the specified prompt.
  • Click the Messages Link to read and write comments to students within their score report. 

Changing Courses

  • To change courses, click on the course name drop down menu in the left corner of the page. 
  • You can also change courses by clicking on the Change Course link at the bottom of the page and selecting a different course from the list. 

Accessing the Writing Lessons

Teachers can utilize over 40 interactive lessons as classroom instructional tools for small and large group writing instruction. There are also grammar and passage exercises for student practice.

Accessing Lessons

  • To access a lesson, click on the Lessons tab.
  • Lessons can be filtered by category and difficulty level.
  • Click on the title or thumbnail and follow the instructions within each lesson.
  • Click on title to access lesson
  • Click here for ideas on how to use the lessons in your classroom.