Cultural Anthropology (HS) (Sam)

Note: This class is open to high school students only.

 

Cultural Anthropology (HS)

 

Learning is a lifelong pursuit, and most move to acquire an understanding of the differences and similarities, both biological and cultural, in human populations. In this class, we will be able to recognize the characteristics that define their culture and gain an appreciation for the culture of others. The content includes, but not be limited to, the following: human biological and cultural origins and adaptation to the physical environment, diversity of human behavior, an evolution of social and cultural institutions. Other patterns of language development along with family and kinship relationships and effects of change on such cultural institutions as the arts, education, religion, and law.

 

Some class activities to expect:

Note Taking

Vocabulary 

Short Answer quizzes

Short Writing Assignments

Mini Project

Cultural Analysis Reports

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