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ANTH 110 Intro to Archaeology

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    Oct 05, 2017
    | Would recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    This class is very informative in regards to what archaeology is all about. The professor provided supplementary components for each lecture: whether that be a power-point (which was very engaging), notes, and articles. This further helped me understand the readings better and to approach archaeology in a prolific way. I found it very interesting and the professor did a noteworthy job.

    Course highlights:

    Presenting on a particular topic that sounded intriguing. The presentation helped us apply what we were learning in the classroom and in the readings and articles. It was a fun assignment, however, make sure you do your research and find good references. Other than that you'll be fine. The professor does give feedback and also criticizes your work based on some flaws or lack of information or misinterpretation of a specific notion, etc.

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    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    The professor assigns a lot of reading and articles, however, if you fall behind it becomes more work in the latter. So, if he assigns it that day just read it and take copious notes. Without the articles and help from the book you will become lost and confused throughout. Also, his power-points are very helpful as he tells your imperative information about test and papers.

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