|1.||communicate research information drawing on various research text types intended for various audiences with particular reference to their discipline (eg. thesis, seminar presentation, article);|
|2.||identify and exploit academic discourse conventions in their discipline to explain and critique theories, theoretical propositions, and methodologies;|
|3.||demonstrate a critical understanding of and ability to employ discipline-specific linguistic and language elements in order to communicate appropriately within discipline conventions; and|
|4.||demonstrate a proficiency in English academic writing conventions to support all aspects of the design and development work fundamental to AQF9 research activities.|
|Exercise||A statement of your intended research focus (1000 words)||25%|
|Literature Review||A literature review for an agreed aspect of the student’s research topic (2000 words)||40%|
|Presentation||An oral presentation on a negotiated topic (2000 words)||35%|
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