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Rights and Freedoms in Malaysia (LAWS90135) // Assessment

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  • Class participation, comprising: oral presentation of draft research paper findings (10%) and oral peer-review and constructive advice on another student’s presentation (5%) – presentations and feedback to take place in last two weeks of semester
  • A plain English summary of the research paper findings (1,000 words, 15%), due at the same time as the research paper, written in the style of an Op-Ed piece for an intelligent lay audience, for example: an essay for The Conversation or The Guardian Online, or a script for a public radio broadcast.
  • Independent research paper on a topic that draws upon the themes of the subject, developed by the student in consultation with the instructor (4,000 words, 70%); due at end of the semester.

The due date of the above assessment will be available to students via the Assessment Schedule on the LMS Community.