Students may have little idea what an assignment is supposed to be like. Even if they have produced assignments before, these may have been to different sets of requirements than those set for the latest assignment (see above, pp. 128–9). Even with concrete examples they may be uncertain what it is that is good or bad about what they are reading, especially if their own work is weak.
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