Test 1 Review 2010

Test 1 Review 2010 - Test 1 on Monday February 15 TEST 1 is...

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Test 1 on Monday, February 15 TEST 1 is 55 points . Most questions are half a point. 18 pts Multiple Choice 10.5 pts True/False 11.5 pts Matching 11 pts Definitions (1 pt each) 4 pts Lists (1 pt each)
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17 PowerPoint lectures and reviews are posted on Blackboard under Course Documents See also the Vocabulary List under Course Documents And take the practice quizzes under Assignments Hopefully, you printed out a copy of your Worksheets and you should study from those, too
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We’ve had three online Worksheets, graded instantly. If you printed a copy, you can study from them If you missed the deadline for a Worksheet, If there is anything other than a score pictured in your Gradebook: You can request the password and you will receive a grade reduction. 1 pt off for first late worksheet, 2 for 2 nd , 3 for 3 rd , No late makeups allowed after that: you lose all 10 pts No Worksheet make-ups after 10:00 am Sunday.
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Something that is given in class AND On a Worksheet AND On a practice quiz Is most likely to be on the test.
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Definitions and Lists are the only questions that will count 1 point each; the rest are 1/2 point each. What topics are likely to be on the test?
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Topics covered so far include: What is anthropology; frameworks Ethics of anthropological research Basic archaeological methods Dating the past Basic genetics for understanding evolution Primates (taxonomy and characteristics) Primate behavior
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ANTHROPOLOGY What is it? What are the four major subfields? Study of humans, everywhere and everywhen. It is
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course ANTH 101 taught by Professor Simmons during the Spring '06 term at South Carolina.

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