As these skills are basic to problem-solving skills, if they are under-developed or under-utilised, students can find it difficult to find a starting place for approaching a wide range of academic tasks. In particular, they do not know how to identify common underlying structures to problems that confront them, nor how to evaluate the significance of similarities and differences when transferring approaches from one task to another (see pp. 153–9 above).
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