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How you title and organize the work is up to you, but keep in mind that in the ed9455b captstone/culminating course you will be devising an academic paper (for future journal or book submission/publication) based on this information.

Building on feedback from the “Initial Research Plan” assignment, write a Work-In-Progress Report that is approximately 10-15 pages in length (double spaced). Once completed, the Interim Work-in-Progress Report will be posted online for Critical-Friends Team (and any interested course colleagues) to provide feedback. This component is designed to help people stay on task and to give and receive feedback before submitting the final report
In your “Interim Report,” it will be important to organize your work into headings and sub-headings. Be sure to include the following key information in the report. How you title and organize the work is up to you, but keep in mind that in the ED9455B Captstone/Culminating course you will be devising an academic paper (for future journal or book submission/publication) based on this information.
Add/include revisions from your Initial Research Plan. These may include:
A section where you position yourself as a “Practitioner-Researcher.”
Rationale for topic choice and clearly stated research question.
Convert annotated bibliography developed in Initial Research Plan to a short Literature Review and add more sources as needed.
Include a list of at least three (3) additional references that are relevant to your study and that you plan to read before completing the report. For each item include a brief description (three or four sentences) indicating why the article is relevant to your study.
Existing/Baseline Data Sources and New Data Sources.
Data Collection Plan and Timeline.
After discussion with your Critical-Friends, submit a plan for how you intend to work with them on the project, if the conversations will be used as a data source and a short description of what you hope to receive from their feedback—NOTE: the expectations will be a guide for your Critical-Friends but should not be restrictive. Groups are encouraged to work together to develop a shared set of guidelines for providing feedback.
Include and add any updates to the following: Name three (3) possible publications where your final self-study/research write-up could be submitted for publication. Describe why it fits with the mandate of the publication, when the publication accepts submissions and an estimated timeline of when it would be published.
Outline a plan for meeting any remaining expectations in the Final Self-Study/Action Research Report Assignment, particularly for items listed under the headings.

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This essay is about characters that felt out of place in the text “coming of age in the dawnland in 1491”.

This essay is about characters that felt out of place in the text “coming of age in the dawnland in 1491”. Include text evidence with the texts felt out of place or were in unfamiliar territory in which everything was new, including the language, food, and culture. Using ideas, information, or examples from these texts

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2000 words (+ or – 10%) must be written in argumentative essay style – aiming to prove that there is a relationship between indigeneity, indigenous rights and activism, particularly that the indigenous worldview and relationship to the natural world makes indigenous people inherent advocates for the natural world.

Essay Question: Review the relationship between Indigeneity, Indigenous rights and activism. 2000 words (+ or – 10%) Must be written in argumentative essay style – aiming to prove that there is a relationship between Indigeneity, Indigenous rights and activism, particularly that the Indigenous worldview and relationship to the natural world makes Indigenous people inherent advocates for the natural world. Should focus on Australian Indigenous peoples (including Torres Strait Islanders), but also include relevant examples from other countries such as American and Canadian First Peoples, African Indigenous-majority countries (e.g. Kenya) etc. Would like to include at least one example where Indigenous activism lead to a positive outcome for the relevant Indigenous peoples and the wider community and one example example where Indigenous activism resulted in a negative outcome for the relevant Indigenous people/s. Use a mix of historical examples (especially from first/contact and initial colonisation times) and more contemporary examples please. At least 10 references used should have been published within the past 5-10 years in reputable journals (or similar). News articles or similar can be used to help illustrate the viewpoint of the peoples being discussed, but not to support the overall essay argument. Please use UK English (not US English)

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This self-study project does not involve human participants more information will be given after you start write an initial research plan that is approximately between 5-10 pages in length.

No cover page Self-Study Research not involving human participants. This Self-Study project does not involve human participants more information will be given after you start Write an initial research plan that is approximately between 5-10 pages in length. Submissions will be assessed based on completeness, accuracy, clarity, and coherence of thought. The plan should include the following: A section where you position yourself as a practitioner-researcher Annotated Bibliography of 3-5 resources (scholarly articles) on your research topic Methods (Data Collection procedures) and plan for analyzing data Existing/Baseline Data Sources and New Data Sources Data Collection Plan and Timeline for completion. Name three (3) possible publications where your final self-study/research write-up could be submitted for publication. Describe why it fits with the mandate of the publication and when the publication accepts submissions.