The objective is to give students key knowledge, understanding and skills that will enhance and promote the health of Indigenous Australian peoples. Keep your language formal, yet persuasive. You need to use facts and figures – not emotions – to argue your case. Make sure each sentence adds to your argument, and ensure each sentence is linked to the one before, using words and phrases like, ‘therefore’, ‘however’ and ‘this means that…’ etc. Throughout the entire document, you MUST use appropriate professional, Indigenous and cultural terminology. In addition, you MUST keep the marking rubric in front of you to guide you as to what is required. Instructions. 1: Give your document the title “Working effectively with Indigenous Australian peoples” and divide your work into three sections with the following headings: Part A: Foundational knowledge of Indigenous Australian cultures both past and present 415 Words (In this section, you need to demonstrate knowledge of the diversity of Indigenous Australian cultures both past and present. As part of this, you need to identify key cultural ideas and belief systems that enhance and promote the health of Indigenous Australian peoples.) • Outlines broad and relevant ideas on the foundational aspects of Indigenous Australian Cultures (the Dreaming, kinship, economic organisation). • Each aspect contains a definition and an explanation. Part B: Understanding the effect of historical and inter-generational factors impacting on contemporary Indigenous Australian health. 415 Words (In this section you need to demonstrate your understanding of how history has impacted on the current health status of Indigenous Australian peoples. This section should include some reference to the equity and accountability of the current Australian heath system. In other words, you need to identify core historical and inter-generational factors and explain how they have resulted in current health inequities. • Outlines how contemporary Indigenous Australian health issues have been created by history and policy. Part C: Strategies which have shown to succeed (and which to fail) in working with Indigenous Australian peoples 415 Words (In this section you need to identify specific strategies and skills that enhance and promote the health of Indigenous Australian peoples. Within it, you need to link the previous 2 sections of this document into a concrete discussion about how to promote effective engagement with Indigenous Australian peoples. Specifically, what attitudes, behaviours and actions of health workers will contribute to a more equitable and accountable Australian health service? Be specific as to which strategies will help – and which will not. (NB: note that you need to discuss. Bullet points are inappropriate, as is any kind of ‘listing’). • Outlines 4 factors and strategies that have been shown to succeed, and which to fail, in working with Indigenous Australian peoples that enhance and promote the health of Indigenous Australian peoples.) References (separate page!) The reference list must use the APA referencing system and be in alphabetical order. All sources that you cite in your assessment task must be included in the reference list. • The assessment task should be your own original work. This assessment task will be put through Turnitin to identify plagiarism. • The information in each topic must be referenced. This means you MUST download the APA referencing guides for text and electronic references. You MUST apply, precisely and consistently, all the rules of academic referencing. See marking rubric for penalties. In addition, you need to use in-text citations to identify other people’s ideas and words. These in-text citations must follow the APA referencing style. Quotes must be in quotation marks and the in-text citation must include the page number. • Use at least six (6) academic reference sources in total. This does NOT include websites/articles from secondary sources (i.e. people who are writing about other people’s ideas). For example, do not use Creative Spirits, Wikipedia or Skwirk/Red Apple as these can be unreliable sources. • In addition, do not cite or reference the SIAS study modules for this subject. However, you may cite and reference the readings linked to the module. • You must use a minimum of three (3) required readings from the SIAS modules, and three additional, reputable sources that do not appear in the SIAS material. In other words, three additional source that you have located yourself. These texts must be of an academic standard, such as a journal article, text book, text book chapter or conference paper proceeding. Assess the quality of content in web sources very carefully. In general, website references are unlikely to provide reliable, researched information suitable for this task. • Use in-text citations to identify other people’s ideas and words. These in-text citations must follow the APA referencing style. Quotes must be in quotation marks and the in-text citation must include the page number.