Encourage students to think critically about readings by providing them with structured questions to answer.
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Charles Sturt University. Division of Learning & Teaching. Designing and writing assessment tasks.
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University of Melbourne. Academic Skills. Tutorials: How to get the most out of ‘tutes’.