Final Exam Study Guide
Early Archaic Homo sapiens
o Emerged around 350,000-500,000 yBP.
o Found in Africa, Asia, and Europe
o Large game-hunting
o More advanced Acheulian early
o In Africa
Kabwe (Broken Hill) lead mine in Z
You will have a final Grammar Exam. The exercises will prepare you for the Grammar Exam and if you do
not complete them all you will lose points on the exam.
1. Use the handbook and the other grammar websites to assist you. Each activity
1.My first long term is to attend UNCW after I am finished at Cape Fear
a.My short term goal is to finish my classes at Cape Fear that I will need in order to
transfer to UNCW
I. Go to a counselor in order to see if I am on the right track in
19 May 2016
Week 1 Homework
I have always been very interested in the culture of the Muslims in the
middle east. Their culture is very different and misunderstood by many
Americans, which makes many people afraid of them. I thi
Define the following terms. Worth 1 point each.
1. taphonomy-The study of the deposition of plant or animal remains and the
environmental conditions effecting their preservation.
2. epochs-divisions of periods (which are the major divisions of eras) in
1. Homo erectus-An early species of Homo and the likely descendant of H. habilis;
the first hominin species to move out of Africa into Asia and Europe.
2. sagittal keel-A slight ridge of bone found along the midline sagittal suture of the
cranium, which i
Kaitlyn Russell-Journal 2
1. Preadaptation-An organisms use of an anatomical feature in a way unrelated
to the features original function.
2. Rhinarium-The naked surface around the nostrils, typically wet in mammals.
3. Ioph-An enamel ridge c
While doing some searching around online I found a
lot of genetic mutations that interested me, some I
knew about and some I have never heard of. One
that really grabbed my attention was the mutation
known as Marfan syndrome. The reason this
January 11, 2017
What Makes a Good Teacher?
Chapter one discusses various topics about how and what makes a good teacher. Most
individuals believe that you only have to have a vast amount of knowledge to
Romanticism and Realism
Romanticism (18th - 19th
Swept the European and American stage
The exhalation of the individual; men and women
as beautiful creatures of nature; emphasized the
importance of feelings (fa
Characteristics of bipedality,
theories as to the origin of bipedality,
who were the first bipeds and what type of gait did they have,
when the first bipeds lived,
where they were found,
honing/peri-honing/non-honing caninewhat it means, who had it, and s
Anthro Study Guide Test One
1. Anthropology and its subfields,
2. culture and its characteristics
3. cultural relativism
6. scientific method.
7. Natural selection
10. The 19th century scientists w
ANT 210 Physical Anthropology: Test 3 Information and Review Guidelines
This test is worth a total of 100 points and counts 25% toward the final course grade. There are three sections:
a. Part I is Multiple Choice; select from five lettered answer choi
W H Y D O E S T H E AT R E M AT T E R ?
I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a
human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being. Oscar
2nd Grade Science
The Life Cycle
October 13, 2011
You can click the Next button to go to the
new slide. Each content section will end in a
True or False question. At the end of the
section there will be a Menu button that you
Name: Sydney Lloyd
Virtual Lab 1
We will use the lab at this link: Catching Evolution in Action.
Please read "Explore the Issue Being Investigated" and "Gain an Overview of the Experiment".
Then run the virtual experiment exploring the ori
Concert Write Up 1
The second concert I attended was Rhiannon Dewey's Saxophone Junior Recital. The
first song she performed was accompanied by a pianist and it was called Closing In. For the most
part they were both playing at the same time, but there we
Our textbook defines Culture as the "Learned behavior that is
transmitted from person to person (Larsen, 2014). If we just look at
this definition, since nonhuman primates are not considered people,
then this would not include primates as being able to ha
The 4 branches of anthropology
a. Cultural Anthropology- The study of present-day societies.
b. Archeology- The study of past human societies.
c. Linguistic anthropology- The study of the construction and use of
ANT 210 Introduction to Physical Anthropology
Video: Darwins Dangerous Idea PBS
Watch the movie Darwins Dangerous Idea (posted on Blackboard) and answer the following
questions. Please be as thorough and complete in your answers as poss