Learning Goal: I’m working on a anthropology question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
1) How and when did the first humans migrate from Africa to Australia?
2) How did the first Australians adapt to their new environment? What sort of natural resources did they learn to use?
3) What are songlines, and why are they significant?
I have posted a link to the film in the week four folder, but for your convenience, here it is again:
http://proxy195.nclive.org/login?url=https://fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=99341&xtid=129847Here is a link (Links to an external site.) to the film. After the window opens, click on the option to “view via subscription (WCU only).” Note that if you are off campus you need to be logged in to your Hunter Library account with your WCU email and login.
As you watch the film, please answer the following questions in two or three sentences each:
1) What did Evans-Pritchard hope to learn about the Azande and Nuer?
2) What were some of Pritchard’s methods? How did he learn about these cultures?
3) How do Nuer talk about their cattle? What does this tell you about the significance of cattle in their culture?
4) What were some of Evans-Pritchard’s biases as an ethnographer, and how might this have affected his interpretations of Azande and Nuer culture?1. When, how, and why did the number of fluent speakers decrease?
Please watch the following film, First Language: The Race to Save Cherokee. You can watch the film for free by clicking the link below:
After watching the film, please answer the following questions. We will discuss your answers in class.
1. When, how, and why did the number of fluent speakers decrease?
2. What does the Cherokee language mean to different people interviewed in the film?
3. What are some of the challenges to teaching and learning Cherokee?
4. What are some of the more successful strategies to teach and revitalize Cherokee language?This documentary from PBS,
First Civilizations: Part 3, helps put our study of ancient Mesopotamia into perspective. Click here (Links to an external site.) to watch the documentary. Please watch the documentary and answer the following questions in two or three sentences each:
1. According to archaeologists, why did people make a monument and gather at Gobekli Tepe?
2. What are some ways in which farming transformed the ancient world?
3. What evidence is there for social inequality and conflict at Aslen Teppe?
Have fun, and enjoy the documentary. If you have any questions, please let me know.
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