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The book that i did consider for the assignment is white canada forever popular attitudes and public policy toward orientals in british columbia.

The assignment should include two pages of summary and two pages of critical analysis. The critical analysis should be on the basis of the course discussion about the racism, race gender, nation, about the Chinese, Japanese, Indian and other Asian immigrants. The assignment should also talk about how the author has portrayed the concept of race, gender and nation in his book and do we agree with the author on his account of portraying race, gender and nation in Canada. The book that I did consider for the assignment is White Canada Forever Popular attitudes and public policy toward Orientals in British Columbia. The author of the book is W Peter Ward. It is the third edition of the book.

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The author of the book is w peter ward.

The assignment should include two pages of summary and two pages of critical analysis. The critical analysis should be on the basis of the course discussion about the racism, race gender, nation, about the Chinese, Japanese, Indian and other Asian immigrants. The assignment should also talk about how the author has portrayed the concept of race, gender and nation in his book and do we agree with the author on his account of portraying race, gender and nation in Canada. The book that I did consider for the assignment is White Canada Forever Popular attitudes and public policy toward Orientals in British Columbia. The author of the book is W Peter Ward. It is the third edition of the book.

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What draws you to your choice?

QUESTION:
In your opinion, which of the three art works under examination is the most “successful” as a form of activist art and captures your attention and imagination? What draws you to your choice? How does the final art work speak to any aspect of FORM/CONTENT/CONTEXT that matter to you? Make a persuasive argument and support your opinion as if you were trying to convince someone of your choice.
AND make meaningful comments to students posts I am attaching
THE 3 VIDEO LINKS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQ34rL18LCw&t=1s -Chipperwear
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VI1OJkY5bA -Rebecca Belmore
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNJ0a5P9YDo -Carey Newmanor

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How does the final art work speak to any aspect of form/content/context that matter to you?

QUESTION:
In your opinion, which of the three art works under examination is the most “successful” as a form of activist art and captures your attention and imagination? What draws you to your choice? How does the final art work speak to any aspect of FORM/CONTENT/CONTEXT that matter to you? Make a persuasive argument and support your opinion as if you were trying to convince someone of your choice.
AND make meaningful comments to students posts I am attaching
THE 3 VIDEO LINKS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQ34rL18LCw&t=1s -Chipperwear
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VI1OJkY5bA -Rebecca Belmore
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNJ0a5P9YDo -Carey Newmanor

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Identify and highlight, or otherwise mark, the passages that support your argument.

How To Write A Research Essay in Native Studies 30
) Read your sources carefully! You CANNOT write an essay using sources that you have not read. You need to be able to identity the main conflict, or issue, and to distinguish between the major (and not so major) elements of your research.
2) Select an element in your sources to explore. I have given you essay topics to choose from. Pick one of those topics, and do not change your mind! This is important! If you allow yourself to change your mind, you will be starting new essays each time you get “stuck.”
3) Read the relevant parts of your chosen sources again, now that you know what your essay topic is. Identify and highlight, or otherwise mark, the passages that support your argument. This step is very important! Skipping this step will make your essay much harder to write, and will result in a lot of unnecessary stress.
4) Write a “working thesis.” This is your argument. It is not your opinion! It’s an argument that you will support using evidence from the text. The purpose of writing an research essay, is to support and demonstrate the validity of your argument.
Your paper must have a thesis statement!
5) Guess what you’re going to do now? Read the important parts of your sources again! Revise your thesis statement to reflect any added learnings or evidence you’ve discovered in this last reading. Some of you may not need to revise your thesis statement, but you don’t know if you’re one of those unless you read your sources again. 
6) Using your graphic organizer, compose three topic sentences that correspond to each of the three paragraphs that will make up the body of your essay. Each of these paragraphs need to relate directly to your thesis. Also, never begin a paragraph with a quotation from the story.
7) Using your graphic organizer, find a quote from your sources that directly supports your argument. You only need one quote from your sources per paragraph. Please put a great deal of effort into finding the right quote! Cite your quote:
The Muscowequan Residential School is still standing today, and “exists as a monument to the atrocities committed by Canada’s federal government” (64, Still Standing).
I do not require you to adhere to any particular format; that is, you don’t need to know APA, or MLA, but if you do, go ahead and use it.
8) Write the body of your essay. Make sure that your paper clearly identifies your argument, provides excellent examples, and that you’ve explained yourself clearly. If your sentences do not make sense when you read them out loud, revise them until they DO make sense!
9) Proofread your essay! I can’t stress this enough! Read it out loud to yourself to hear where your sentences may not make sense. Make sure they aren’t “clunkers.”
Ms. Gray’s rules and regs regarding essay writing!
) You may not use 1st person to write this essay.
2) Double space the entire essay with not extra spaces between paragraphs.
3) No contractions
4) 12-point font, Times New Roman – only
5) You must provide one quote for each of your supporting paragraphs.
6) I am marking for the following:
Sentence structure
Basic Spelling
Basic punctuation rules (periods at the end of sentences sort of thing…)
Capitalization rules: Because you learned these in elementary school.
You must provide a creative title for your essay
I have given you the rubric that I will be using to mark your essays, so check your work against the marking criteria before you hand it in!

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Why this comparison is important and what it tells the readers

Assignment Topic: Many people believe that human families are not as strong as they once were and that a lack of family structure causes problems in modern society.
Research your chosen animal and the role of the leader. What body parts or behaviors does it use to care for its young or to survive? How does its role affect the structure of its family?
Then, compare its role and the structure of its family to the role of the head of a family member from your country and the structure of the family. Are there any lessons that society can learn from your animal’s family structure?
Checklist X
1 Due date: November 10that 11:59 pm.
2 Type using standard formatting guidelines.
3 Times New Roman font 12, double-spaced, left justified
4 Title in Ariel 12-point bold font centered at the top.
5 Include your name and location (in-person or online), and the date in the upper right-hand corner.
6 Length 550-750 words, with one-inch margins.
7 Use the following file name for your submission:
Lastname.Firstname.Comp.NLanimal.docx.
8 Upload electronically as a .docx file (Word) via Brightspace Assessment-Assignments-Assignment#2
Outline
I. Introduction refer to p.68-69
A. General topic
B. Narrow the topic
C. Thesis
II. Point 1
A. NL animal
1. Support
2. Support
B. Human
1. Support definitions, examples, explanations, citations
2. Support
III. Point 2
A. NL animal
1. Support
2. Support
B. Human
1. Support
2. Support
IV. Point 3
A. NL animal
1.Support
2. Support
B. Human
1. Support
2 Support
V. Conclusion refer to p.79
A. Summary
B. Why this comparison is important and what it tells the readers

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I need an essay report on 3 reasons why john alexander macdonald the first prime minister should be commemerated in a statue

I need an essay report on 3 reasons why John alexander Macdonald the first prime minister should be commemerated in a statue

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I need an essay report on 3 reasons why john alexander macdonald the first prime minister should be commemerated in a statue

I need an essay report on 3 reasons why John alexander Macdonald the first prime minister should be commemerated in a statue

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After watching the assigned short videos in this module, gather your thoughts about some of the very real challenges and potential tensions/problems/exclusions/issues etc…that are a reality when attempting to place indigenous “art objects” into the national gallery of canada.

After watching the assigned short videos in this module, gather your thoughts about some of the very real challenges and potential tensions/problems/exclusions/issues etc…that are a reality when attempting to place Indigenous “art objects” into the National Gallery of Canada.
Please assemble your response about what surprised or stood out for you the most (ideally one point from each of the three videos) in the form of a paragraph and post to this forum.
VID 1 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yo9c983Qc6o&t=1s
VID 2 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EalXmMRBKq0&t=1s
VID 3 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nu7wbrFviT8&t=1s

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After watching the assigned short videos in this module, gather your thoughts about some of the very real challenges and potential tensions/problems/exclusions/issues etc…that are a reality when attempting to place indigenous “art objects” into the national gallery of canada.

After watching the assigned short videos in this module, gather your thoughts about some of the very real challenges and potential tensions/problems/exclusions/issues etc…that are a reality when attempting to place Indigenous “art objects” into the National Gallery of Canada. Please assemble your response about what surprised or stood out for you the most (ideally one point from each of the three videos) in the form of a paragraph and post to this forum.
VID 1 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yo9c983Qc6o&t=1s
VID 2 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EalXmMRBKq0&t=1s
VID 3 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nu7wbrFviT8&t=1s