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ANTH 1010H Study Guide - Final Guide: Human Migration, Multiple Choice, Scantron Corporation

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ANTH 1010H
Jocelyn Williams
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Anthropology Week 12 Lecture Notes Final Exam
What to Bring
- Student ID
- 1 page front and back study sheet
o Put name on sheet
o Hand in with exam
What Does the Exam Cover?
- All material from lecture, seminar, and textbook
- Will be most heavily weighted to lecture material followed by textbook material then seminar
- 3 sections
o Complete all questions in each section
1. Short answer questions exam booklet
a. 5 questions, worth 10 points each
2. Matching on exam
a. List of ideas/methods/terms and you will need to match them to a sentence that best
describes them
3. Multiple choice scantron
a. 20 questions
What to Study
- Use weekly lecture outlines from BB to help you study. These identify concepts and learning outcomes
o Focus specifically on the section, “at the end of this lecture you should…
- Use subheadings in textbook to organize material and the chapter summaries and questions at the end of each
chapter to gain a sense of the key concepts covered in each chapter
- Ensure that you understand the concepts and terms bolded in each chapter focus on concepts/terms
highlighted in lecture
- You’re not expected to memorize any dates or the names of people
- You’re expected to know temporal categories
o What features characterize these categories
o How they relate to each other
o E.g. does the Neolithic come before or after the Palaeolithic?
- You’re expected to recognize terms that were highlighted in lecture/seminar
o Textbook as it relates to lecture
- You will not be expected to provide a definition for these terms, but you should understand what the terms
mean and recognize its definition
- The exam is designed to test your knowledge about broader concepts/important transitions in human
o These have been highlighted in lecture/tutorial
Human migration and dispersal
Technological innovation/change
Development of culture (religion, ritual, art, etc)
Development of state/civilization
Colonialism impact and consequences
- You will be expected to compare and contrast different concepts/time periods/populations
o How does the material culture of the Middle and Upper Palaeolithic differ
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