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BIO_Lecture_Outline_1 - ANT 100Y 2008-09 BIO Section...

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ANT 100Y 2008-09 BIO Section Lecture #1 Outline ANT 100Y1Y 2008-2009 Introduction to Anthropology Welcome! Please note that copies of the course syllabi are only available from the course web site. Name : Dr. Shawn Lehman Office : AP404A (19 Russell Street) Office Hours : Tuesdays 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. or by appointment E-mail : [email protected] Course Web Site Via the UT Portal (utoronto.ca) and Blackboard. Please register on web site ASAP. USE A VALID UTOR e-mail address ! Any uncollegial postings or comments that contravene UT Code of Student Conduct made by student(s) on “Discussion Board" will result in immediate suspension of access to course web site by individual(s) involved. Four Sections in the Course 1). Biological Anthropology: Dr. Shawn Lehman 2). Archaeology: Dr. Christopher Watts 3). Linguistics/Semiotics: Dr. Ivan Kalmar 4). Socio-cultural Anthropology: Dr. Leslie Jermyn Contact information on course web site. Administrative Questions? Contact Administrative TA, Emily Court , if you have any problems or issues due to attendance in class, your health, taking tests/exams, &/or other stuff. Emily’s e-mail: [email protected] Check Course Policies section on ANT 100 web site for information on what to do if you will miss or have missed a test/exam . Content Questions? Contact your TAs via e-mail or visit instructor/TAs during their weekly office hours. Contact information on course web site. TA contact information will be made available ASAP. You should contact your assigned TA, although you’re free to go to any TAs office hours. Evaluation Four assignments (5%/assignment) *: 20% Term Test 1 (Dec exam period): 20% Term Test 2 (April 9, 6:10-8:00 p.m.): 20% Final Exam: (2009 Final exam period: 40% TOTAL: 100% * One assignment for each section of course. Assignment information available shortly on course web site.
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ANT 100Y 2008-09 BIO Section Lecture #1 Outline Evaluation Dates for 1st mid-term and final exam are set by Arts & Sciences and will be posted on ANT 100 web site as soon as we know. All tests and exams are 100% multiple choice questions. You must come to the test center prepared to complete a “bubblesheet” or scantron. Locations for tests and exams will be posted on ANT 100 web site. Please Note THERE WILL NOT BE A LECTURE ON NOVEMBER 13, 2008 Lectures Do: Be quiet during class time. Feel free to ask questions. Arrive on time. Turn off all cell phones and pagers during lectures . Don’t: Eat or drink in Convocation Hall. Talk loudly or disturb your fellow students. Sleep where I can see you! Biological Anthropology Required Textbook Ember, C.R., M. Ember, P.N. Peregrine, & R.D. Hoppa. 2009. Physical Anthropology and Archaeology (3rd Canadian Edition). Toronto: Pearson Education Canada. Don’t buy 2
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