There is a common trend
This is a prompt misinterpretation. There is no reference to a developing trend in the original topic basis. It only indicates that it is a common practice. This shows that the writer has a problem with English comprehension skills. The "trend" may be a writer's personal opinion and therefore, should not be included in the prompt paraphrase section.
This essay will highlight both the positives and negatives that result from this approach.
The writer has just failed the essay. His task response has not met the question response requirement. It also does not meet the discussion format considerations. The question is asking the writer to write single opinion response to the question. He cannot use a comparative discussion format because the question is asking him to explain why his chosen opinion is the correct opinion for this question.
The writer will get a failing TA score at this point, making it difficult to achieve a base passing score since there are tremendous task deductions that will be applied to the preliminary score. There is no clear writer's opinion presented based on the discussion requirement, which is the primary reason for the failing score of this presentation.