Editing the Work file called (Research Proposal) according to the supervisor feedback file called (Research Report final after feedback very very new 2) then combine it with the file called (Findings and Discussion part2 /2021) to have a whole work together. Change the justification of the study because some of the students didnt come to New Zealand during there study and they took EAP course online. Check the table of content at the first page of the work ( add or remove ). Amend and check the literature review according to the findings and to the supervisor feedback. Complete the methodology with the implementation of the research: 1-how the process of putting the research design 2-any challenges 3-changes in the design and the reason. focus on the changes : the participants were 3 2 online and one face to face interview. Changing to follow up questions. Amend, check and change according to the findings and discussion. check Ahmed Junina thesis as a sample here. I will add the important information by messages r upload files. The Portfolio The portfolio which comprises the full Research Report will include a revised version of Part A followed by Part B (see above). Revisions to Part A will be completed in response to the feedback you received on the original submission, and on any changes that are called for as a result of the implementation process. For example, you might find an unexpected theme has emerged which has led you to some new reading that you would like to include in the Literature Review. You may find other changes are called for. For example, the methodology that you wrote of from a future perspective in the proposal, Part A, is now a report of something that has been implemented, and so past tense will be called for. You should compile Part A and the new Part B into a single document. You do not need to include the headings Part A, Part B, but you should divide the Report into different chapters, using headings that suit your study (for example, Methodology, Discussion — you might like to use a descriptive title for you findings chapter, depending on what it was you investigated). Within each chapter there will be sub-sections with numbered sub-headings as well, such as 3.4 Instruments, 3.5 Data Analysis, 1.2 The Context …). Length: Your new Part B should be around 8,000 -11,000 words, and the Research Report in total should be 15,000 – 20,000 words (excluding Appendices and Reference List). Presentation: See guidance in this section of the Stream site. Marking Guidelines for the Research Report Introduction The introduction gives the background to the research issue and makes a case for the value of the enquiry. Literature Review Evidence of wide reading (between 50 and 70 readings should be cited). Reading should include earlier seminal studies, but also recent literature. Reading should include theoretical perspectives as well as relevant research studies. Information from sources is synthesized to produce a coherent account of the topic. Literature review links to findings and discussion to produce a cohesive argument. Methodology A clear account of the research design and the instruments used is given and the thinking behind them explained The research and individual instruments are well designed to answer the research questions. Ethics procedures are explained. The implementation of the project, including data analysis, is explained and any issues that arose are discussed. Findings Findings are explained in a well structured and convincing account. Data from the study is provided as evidence of the claims made. Sufficient links are made with the literature (e.g. terminology from the literature review is used in the findings to show how the interpretation reflects existing perspectives) to aid the reader to see how the two sections are related. Preliminary interpretation of the data indicates the development of an argument. Discussion Significant issues, both theoretical and practical, from the findings are raised and discussed. The discussion section further elaborates the argument and makes links with the literature and the findings. Answers to the research questions are discussed. Conclusion The key findings are summarised and the contribution of the study noted. Practical and theoretical implications are indicated. Limitations of the study are indicated. Issues of reliability / trustworthiness are briefly discussed. References An accurate bibliographical listing of all sources used in the text of the Report is produced, using a widely recognised system such as APA. Appendices Appendices are added as required, including anonymized information letters and consent forms, as well as any other extra material that is deemed valuable. There are in-text references to the Appendices. Appendices are numbered or lettered in the order in which they are referred to in the text. Presentation Each chapter begins on a new page. A high standard of presentation, layout and accuracy is maintained.