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Chrome File Edit View History Bookmarks People Tab Window Help,E0 00) * 40% II IF Wed 7158 AM G. is• a OASIS ‘font size =”5″>Asses. X CI Mail – Arnandeep Kaui New TabC I–_105054 1,5content_id=_7632955_1Welcome to Country Before You Begin Unit Outline Contacts Learning ModulesReading List AssessmentsMy Grades Collaborate Ultra The Learning HubStudent Support Resources iLertures MARKS:OVERVIEW:CASE STUDY QUESTIONS:Projects-Under Revie.’. X 6 EM202013AMA310BEC X I +MARKS This written report is worth 30% of the total mark for the unit. OVERVIEW-A- (..9,0A Paused )For Assessment ‘, students will first need to access, read and reflect on a case study titled “The Case of Mr. Ward”. After reading the case study, students will need to write a 1,000-1200 word report on the importance of understanding and respecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. More details about this assessment including the marking rubric are located below. Please note: this includes submitting a 1 page outline in the module 4 week and a 2 page draft written report in the module 5 week. Word Limit: Between 1,000-1,200. This INCLUDES in-text citations, headings, sub-headings, etc. Anything in the body of your paper is included as part of the word count. You are required to provide a minimum of 5 scholarly references in your written report (Including at least 3 x journal articles & 2 x either newspaper articles, company documentsiwebsites or the like).CASE STUDY QUESTIONS Activity: Read and reflect on the Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia (ALSWA) report on “‘The Case of Mr Ward”. Assessment (30%) of U nit marks: Write 1,000-1,200 word case study on the importance of understanding and respecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. The business case must clearly incorporate the following:• Historical context of racism and discrimination towards Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. • What role did racism and discrimination have in Mr Ward’s situation? Explain if it was individual racism or institutional racism, and why? • Explain the real and perceived impact the treatment of Mr Ward had on the business, the community, and Aboriginal people? • If you were appointed as the new leader for the company that transported Mr Ward, what actions would you Ourjerider p 20-Apr-2017. Narri PP 4.pptx


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