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Module 5: Human Adaptation Name: Carlee Carter Drag the items from the columns on page 2 into the corresponding column below where they best match the center column’s concept. Note that each central concept will have two definitions/examples associated with it. When you are satisfied with your answers, save the exercise as a Microsoft Word Document, and submit it through the Assignment Link. In order to make this activity easier to navigate, click on the View tab; click on Print Layout on the far left; click on Two Pages located in the middle. This will allow you see both pages at the same time and make it easier to drag the items from one page to the other. Read this tutorial to learn how to drag and drop items in Microsoft Word . Left Column - Definition/Example Answer/Concept Right Column - Definition/Example Toys most “like me”. Black baby dolls Were identified by African American children as “bad” and “mean”.
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  • Fall '16
  • amy van
  • Anthropology, Human skin color, Left-wing politics, Comparison of word processors

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