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Class Introduction for Anthro Courses

Used to introduce my Anthropology Classes on the First Day
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Samuel Connell

on 3 January 2016

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Transcript of Class Introduction for Anthro Courses

Class Introduction
Welcome
Relax, Take your time
and enjoy the show
This presentation will highlight some
of the basics of the syllabus. Follow
along on the syllabus.
English Language proficiency
Not required
Anthropology
4 subfields of Anthropology
Archaeology
Physical Anthropology
Cultural Anthropology
Linguistic Anthropology
Want to Talk? Chat, Text?
Fun Things
Ask Questions
Cheat?
Homework
Papers
GRADING
500 points
Your Responsibilities:
1.Attend lecture
2.Do the assigned readings.
3.Keep up with the assignments and short homeworks.
4.Be interested and ASK QUESTIONS
Map Quizzes
Homeworks
Midterm
Final
Homeworks
Paper
Attendance/Participation
Smiles
Dropping the Course - Your Call, Your action
Adding the Course
Text Book, go buy it now
Google WEBPAGE
Financial Aid
Teaching and Learning
Center - Tutoring
Cheating
I Chapters
Rental Books
HAVE FUN
Foothill Anthropology WebPage --
GO THERE FIRST
Questions?
Everyone has to
think of a question, ask
a neighbor, and then if
you can't answer it, Sam will
You could be standing here in the future after you take this class. Anthropology is adventure and culture and life. Learning through experiencing
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