Anthro 101 - Introduction to Physical Anthropology - Nora Vlaszof
|Course:||Introduction to Physical Anthropology|
Welcome to Physical Anthropology!
This course focuses on the evolution of the human species and non-human primates primarily from the biological perspective. Topics include human heredity and population genetics, primate behavior and conservation, the human fossil record, and modern human variation.
What to Expect in this Course
Expectations include weekly readings, assignments, reviewing film clips/videos, post discussions, collaborate with your fellow students, quizzes, and exams. Online attendance is marked by your participation and engagement in the course. Make sure to observe assignment deadlines, no late work is accepted.
Types of Assessments
Graded worksheets, quizzes, exams
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
Required Textbook (please make sure it comes with InQuizitive)
The Essentials of Biological Anthropology, 4th Edition :
Essentials Looseleaf w/ InQuizitive: 978-0-393-66744-8
Essentials Ebook w/ InQuizitive: 978-0-393-66742-4
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Last updated: 05/26/2021 Sub#: 65