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Unformatted text preview: Your Name ANT 102-01 Sept. 21, 2007 CLASSIC READINGS IN CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
DIRECTIONS FOR ARTICLES
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Five articles are assigned for the quarter. Each assignment is due on Wednesday; check syllabus or assignment page in Black board, for exact date. On the due date, be prepared to discuss the assigned article with a small group. Answers to the study questions handed out in class and at the end of the article, are due after the discussion. The paper must be turned in during class on the date it is due to receive credit. Read the article, and answer the questions completely. Do not answer yes, or no to a question. All articles require a minimum of one and one-half pages for the answers and most will require more. You may structure your paper in a question, answer format. Do not use direct quotes to answer the questions, interpret what you are reading. Your grade will be determined by the accuracy of your answers and how completely you have answered the question. PAPER STRUCTURE
10. 11. 12. 13. In the top right hand corner, include your name, the class title and number (ANT 102) and the due date of the paper. (Refer to the top of this page) Title your paper with the name of the article. Use one inch margins, top, bottom, and both sides of the paper. The font may not be larger than 12, and spacing is to be 1.5. The paper must be typed to receive credit. GRADING
14. 15. 16. 17. Each paper is worth 10 points. The number you receive will be determined by content and length of the paper. Taking part in the discussion of the article is worth 5 points. You must be present when discussion begins to receive full credit. Late arrivals will be marked as late, and the points will be reduced. There are 75 points available for this assignment. Any questions, concerns, etc. may be directed to me during my office hour or through e-mail. ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ANT 102 taught by Professor Gray during the Winter '08 term at Cal Poly Pomona.
- Winter '08
- Cultural Anthropology