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Tentative Schedule Module Week Materials Assignments Chpt 1-7 (Aug 15- Sept 19) 8/15-8/22 Chpt 1 Chpt 1 from Sociology 2e. Chpt 1 PowerPoint (from OpenStax PPT bank – instructor access) Optional: Why Study Sociology? Social Communication Discussion: You have a couple approaches and opportunities available: (1) Inspired by reading and additional course content, you may develop threads/discussions of your own ideas and inspiration. (2) You many engage the following discussion prompt: How do you think taking a sociology course might affect your social interactions or how you view the world? Optional: Chpt 1 Practice Quiz (questions at end of chapter) Chpt 1 Quiz (from OpenStax test bank – instructor access) 8/23-8/29 Chpt 2 & 3 Chpt 2 from Sociology 2e. Chpt 2 PowerPoint (from OpenStax PPT bank – instructor access) Chpt 3 from Sociology 2e. Chpt 3 PowerPoint (from OpenStax PPT bank – instructor access) Optional: Elements of Culture – Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis Discussion: You have a couple approaches and opportunities available: (1) Inspired by reading and additional course content, you may develop threads/discussions of your own ideas and inspiration. (2) You many engage the following discussion prompt: Imagine you are about to do field research in a specific place for a set time. Instead of thinking about the topic of study itself (though you can share your idea--feel free to be creative!), consider how you, as the researcher, will have to prepare for the study.
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