Who it is for : Teachers wanting to practice essay questions with their students examining for AS Level and A Level with CIE.What’s included : Word document with a total of 5 essay questions on: *Environment*Pollution*Conservation Why it is useful: This topic has come in many exam papers for AS Level.This course, blending a reading seminar with community-based research, will explore a variety of sociocultural dimensions of cancer, from the epidemiology and demographics of the disease, with a particular focus on how cancer maps on to social inequalities including race and ethnicity, to its cultural history - its rich metaphors, symbols and social connotations.Tags: Purposes Of Punishment EssayE-Commerce And The World Wide Web Research PaperWhole Number Problem SolvingI Like To Play Basketball EssayLiteracy Narrative Essay On WritingProper Form Test Critical ThinkingFunny Quotes About Creative WritingStrategies For Developing Critical Thinking SkillsHomework CalendarsGood Problem Solving Skills
Art History and Visual Culture Studies Anthropology 101 Becoming Human: an introduction to Anthropology (4 credits)An introduction to foundational approaches in anthropology with an emphasis on understanding the human condition in broad historical, material, and cross -cultural contexts.
Drawing on key ideas such as cultural relativism, human diversity, evolution, language, and "Othering," case studies will explore the interplay between material and biological factors and particular social conditions for producing diverse ways of life.
Open to first-year students and sophomores; juniors and seniors by consent only.
Anthropology 201 The Strange Familiar: Fundamentals of Cultural Anthropology (4 credits)An introduction to the history, theory, and methods of cultural anthropology.
This course builds on Anthropology 201, but it is not required.
May be elected as Environmental Studies 259, but must be elected as Environmental Studies 259 to satisfy the interdisciplinary course requirement in environmental studies.
Students will be evaluated through in-class exams, short essays, and ethnographic research and writing exercises.
Open to sophomores and juniors; seniors by consent only.
You can use the questions for essays but they can also be used as questions for a debate or a speaking activity.
Learning Objectives: Arrange your ideas into a coherent plan Use keywords about this topic Demonstrate writing/speaking skills about this topic Curriculum : CIE mostly I hope you will enjoy this resource!