CULTUREReadingJournal

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Reading Journal Before reading STEP 1 : read the background information provided and write the title and author below Title: Author: What do you Know about the topic, author or article? What do you Want to know (in context of the writing Assignment)? While reading STEP 2 : be sure to annotate, mark your text in the margins, recording what you were paying attention to while reading, which will help you find relevant quotes later After reading STEP 3 : What did you Learn? STEP 3A: Summarize the Article: STEP 3B: Respond to and Analyze the article (consider the purpose for reading/writing): Reading Journal Before reading STEP 1 : read the background information provided and write the title and author below Title: Author:
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What do you Know about the topic, author or article? What do you Want to know (in context of the writing Assignment)? While reading STEP 2 : be sure to annotate, mark your text in the margins, recording what you were paying attention to while reading, which will help you find relevant quotes later After reading STEP 3 : What did you Learn? STEP 3A: Summarize the Article: STEP 3B: Respond to and Analyze the article (consider the purpose for reading/writing): Reading Journal Before reading STEP 1 : read the background information provided and write the title and author below Title: Author: What do you Know about the topic, author or article? What do you Want to know (in context of the writing Assignment)?
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While reading STEP 2 : be sure to annotate, mark your text in the margins, recording what you were paying attention to while reading, which will help you find relevant quotes later After reading STEP 3 : What did you Learn? STEP 3A: Summarize the Article: STEP 3B: Respond to and Analyze the article (consider the purpose for reading/writing): Anthropological puzzle: When does culture affect behavior? BY JOHN SANFORD Culture. It has something to do with appreciating art. It's often cited when people discuss why Americans work long hours. Now some scientists claim that orangutans have culture based on evidence of "socially transmitted behaviors." In other words, the meaning of culture may seem clear enough when used casually, at a cocktail party, but like a Seurat painting it becomes less distinct upon close examination. And a sure-fire way to provoke a heated debate among a group of anthropologists is to make the definition of culture the focus of a conference. Melissa Brown, assistant professor of anthropological sciences, did just that a couple of weeks ago. Held Jan. 24 and 25 in Encina Hall, "Toward a Scientific Concept of Culture" brought together 24 scholars from across the globe, including some of the world's most renowned anthropologists and biologists, to try to make sense of this enigma. "Everybody talks about 'culture' these days -- e.g., grad student culture mentioned in the Daily , corporate culture in general and of specific businesses, and of course French culture or Chinese culture or Korean culture," Brown said. "However, it is not really clear what people mean by culture --
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2010 for the course ENGL 1A taught by Professor Finnegan during the Spring '08 term at Foothill College.

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