Nats 104 Lab Manual 2008 part 1

Nats 104 Lab Manual 2008 part 1 - FALL 2008 NATS104: Human...

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FALL 2008 NATS104: Human Variation in the Modern World ILC 140 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Lab Sections Friday ALL sections meet in Haury 215 You MUST attend the section in which you are enrolled Section 1  Friday 8-8:50am   Adam Foster Section 2 Friday   9-9:50am   Adam Foster Section 3 Friday   10-10:50am  Sarah Trainer Section 4 Friday   11-11:50am  Sarah Trainer Section 5  Friday   12-12:50pm Steve Cole Section 6  Friday   1-1:50pm   Steve Cole Lab Manual Table of Contents Part 1 Week 1 Lab Introduction and “Isn’t Evolution Just a Theory?”   2 Week 2 The Human Skeleton   4 Week 3 Locomotion   6 Week 4 Osteology and Forensic Anthropology   9 Week 5 Hominoids and Hominids 11 1
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Name____________________________________________ Date__________________ Natural Sciences 104: Human Variation in the Modern World Week 1:  Lab Introduction and “Isn’t Evolution Just a Theory?” Lab Introduction 1) Comments on adding, dropping and switching 2) The section a. What is it for? b. What are the rules of this section? 3) D2L and E-reserves review 4) Survival Tips Isn’t Evolution Just a Theory? 1) Working with the person seated across the table from you, define the following terms in  your own words: a. Science b. Fact c. Theory d. Hypothesis 3 OBJECTIVES:  1) To be introduced to your TA and other students in your lab 2) To become familiar with the “rules of the section” and our D2L homepage 3) To review concepts surrounding the theory of evolution by watching a brief video 
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e. Evolution 2) Watch the brief video “Isn’t Evolution Just a Theory?” As you watch, answer these  questions and be prepared to participate in a discussion about your responses to these  questions and the terms you defined on the previous page: a. What is an inference? b. What did Darwin infer about all living creatures? c. What kinds of data support Darwin’s inference? d. How does the appearance of new information affect theories?   4
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i c g d b a h j e Name____________________________________________ Date__________________ Natural Sciences 104: Human Variation in the Modern World Week 2:  The Human Skeleton 1) Bare Bones Knowledge: How much do you know off the top of your head? a.
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2008 for the course NATS 104 taught by Professor Lewis during the Fall '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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