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English: For teachers, a Wikipedia writing assignment is much more work than other writing assignments. They have to double check the content of the article, grammar, spelling and the validity of the sources. The Article for Student Assignments tool helps teachers incorporate Wikipedia writing assignments into their work by assisting them in the marking process. Base on this tool, a teacher can mark a Wikipedia writing assignment as if it were a ”regular” paper.
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