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As I begin to start working on my Inquiry Project, which I will be working on in a village for 28 days, I am trying to find a good Inquiry Project for me, and I have a few questions: I was wondering how the project will be formatted (in a presentation, or a word document). I also did not know whether or not we would be designated time to work on our project or not. 

The project that is the most interesting to is how the farming works around the Xizhou area.

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Before I began researching, on my project I had some prior knowledge about farming in China that will help me move on with my research.

Many parts of rural China are ideal for farming because the soil contains the necessary nutrients, and mineral for the crops to grow.

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Hanger/main idea:  In order to fully understand what the farming tools are in the Xizhou area are, I must consider harvesting tools, post-harvesting tools.

Harvesting tools: Sickle, Thresher (all three kinds):

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In order to fully understand what the farming tools are in the Xizhou area are, I must consider harvesting tools, and post-harvesting tools.

The people with whom I wish to share this project are the farmers in Xizhou, and maybe the farmers back in Canada who I worked with. I would like to share the video with these people in Canada, to show them how hard Chinese farming is compared to the farming that seemed hard before in Canada. The farmers in Xizhou might enjoy seeing this, because they know that someone enjoys their works.

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