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Study Guide for Midterm Exam 1 --- Anth. 009 (2008) The first mid-term exam will be on Feb. 14 in our normal classroom at our regular meeting time.  The  exam is based on all course lectures given so far, the material posted on ANGEL, and the assigned readings  in the course text.  Content of the readings not included in lectures and/or ANGEL will not be on the exam.  The format of the exam is a combination of multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank, matching and short answer  definitions or descriptions (see syllabus for review).  Remember that if material in readings is different  from that presented in class and ANGEL, the latter content takes precedence. Below is a list of study  questions, terms, concepts and issues that will help you organize your notes and prepare for the mid-term.  All these have been included in lectures or web site and many are found in your textbook.  This study guide  is precisely that -  a guide  - there is no guarantee that all the items below will be on the exam, nor that  everything you should know is listed here. Material from the lecture immediately before the exam might   not  be included here, but will contribute to the exam.  If I do not get to discuss some of the material below,  I will not ask you about it.  If you have any questions, please see your TA Aurelio Lopez  ( [email protected] , 422 Carpenter Bldg).  You can also see Prof. Webster (office hours 10:00-12:00 W or  by appointment), but please come to ask questions  only after  you have consulted your notes, web page,  and textbook for the answers.   Note: in addition to knowing how to generally answer the questions and define the terms listed below, you also should be familiar with pertinent associated geographical and chronological information.
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