posted by mandy on .
In this scenario, assume the role of a student. You have read assignment details in your course syllabus, but you are still unsure what to do. Think about how you would approach your instructor versus how you would approach a classmate to receive more information about the assignment.
Always ask the instructor on information that you are not sure of. Classmates can be helpful but would you want to get the information from your teacher first then ask if classmates had any problems understanding the assignment??
Twg has the best advice! Why settle for a "middle man" if you can get to the source?
Or, in other words "go to the top."
Whichever source you seek, indicate what you understand and then get to the points of your confusion. Be specific in stating your questions.
However, just as the other tutors indicate, it is always best to go to the source of the instructions. Other students might misinterpret the instruction.s.
I hope this helps a little more. Thanks for asking.