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If the directions on the quiz read "one work appears twice," then it is likely to be the case that, indeed, one work appears twice. As opposed to only once. Or three times.
April 23, 2007 in Teaching | Permalink
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No no no, that's an obvious red herring to mislead the gullible. One work doesn't appear at all.
April 24, 2007 at 04:52 PM
I don't understand this post - what does the quiz look like?
April 27, 2007 at 03:05 PM
Wait...you expect undergrads to read [and understand] directions???
Do you know how many zeroes I have to give because Student X seems to think instructions are just suggestions? ugh.
Nice to see these issues happen all over! ;-)
April 29, 2007 at 12:16 PM
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