Name: Khubaib Ahmad KhanStudent #: 06996271ANTH 1001H General AnthropologyLab 2, Cultural anthropology: Ceremony, Ritual, andCustomOverviewIn the lab, you will learn how we define ceremony, ritual and custom. The lab will begin with aparticipatory exercise where we will construct a timeline where we identify and discuss coming-of-age rituals and ceremonies across cultures and anindividual’slife. Next,we’llidentify a listof ceremonies in our communities and discuss their meaning and function. Finally, you willobserve a short video of the Japanese tea ceremony and identify what features make this aceremony in addition to investigating what the movements and behaviours mean in thisspecific context.Purpose•To introduce you to Cultural anthropology•To teach you how ceremony, ritual, tradition, and custom are defined and differentiated•To identify examples of ceremony and ritual across cultures and time periodsOrder of operations1.View live/recorded lab overview of ceremony, ritual, tradition, and custom2.Identify significant periods of time in a person’s life and some of the coming-of-age ritualsand ceremonies across cultures.3.Identify at least 4 ceremonies across cultures and what the ceremonies do and mean4.Do some research on the Japanese tea ceremony–what it means, how it is enacted,variations.5.Watch an 8-minute video of the Japanese tea ceremony and apply your research.Lab assignment–submitted onlineone weekfollowing your labYour assignment is due exactly one week following your lab (ex. lab is Wednesday at 12 pm,the lab is due the following Wednesday at 11:59 am) and it is submitted online overBlackboard. Please answer the questions succinctly and adhere to the word count associatedwith each question.(It is acceptable for your answers to be in point form but just make sure you provide enough informationto answer the question completely.)Your lab assignment should be typed in 12-point font and single-spaced. You should list thequestion, followed by your answer, and followed by your word count in brackets.