9 page paper/ details are in the uploaded document. There are options on the topic to write about. I would like the first writing option. We can talk about it once we start working together.Information on your Paper
This section contains important information on your paper, including the
papers length, the topics you should write about, requirements on writing
mechanics for your paper, and the due date.
Paper Length
Your writing assignment will be an 8 to 10 page paper.
Paper Topic
Option 1: Focus on a primate that we have talked about in class and compare
and contrast that primate with humans. These comparisons might look at for
example social behavior, tool use, territoriality, hunting, meat-eating, male-female
relations, presence or absence of an estrus cycle, etc. Most of your information
for your paper will come from our “primate film festival”; however this can be
augmented by resources that I will provide you on Blackboard in the course
documents section. The Primates we will cover in depth are: Lemurs, Baboons,
Orangutans, Gorillas, Chimps, and Bonobos.
Option 2: You are a young hotshot physical Anthropologist with the discovery of
the century. We probably know less about Homo erectus then we did 20 years
ago. But your new site and find answer all the questions. Tell me what Homo
erectus was really like and what data proves your case. How were they like
humans and how were they different.
Option 3: Poor old Neanderthal has been seen at one time or other as either a
very close ancestor or as a side branch that died off. They are seen as
intermediary between Homo erectus and us, or as being quite a different kind of
a creature. For example, think about the two different interpretations of
Neanderthal I gave you and how different that they were: one a Time-Life story of
Neanderthal and the other Binford’s interpretation. How have our interpretations
of Neanderthal changed through time? What are the differences and similarities
between Neanderthal and Homo sapiens, and what does it say about the
relationship between them?
Option 4: What do you think the gender roles of our early ancestors were? What
roles did Females play and what roles did males play? Were they different? How
did they change from Australopithecus, to Homo habilis, to Homo erectus, to
Neanderthal, and to Homo sapiens? What evidence do you have to support this
view, and why is the debate over the gender roles of our early ancestors so hotly
Option 5: Liberal Studies is one of the largest majors in the University and there
are a growing numbers of students who are looking to make teaching their
carrier. The material in this course lends itself to use in the classroom (K – 12th
grade). Kids love this kind of material, but sadly are exposed too little of it in their
schools. Now is your opportunity to create a lesson plan that involves Physical
Anthropology. You should follow a standard lesson plan format. The subheadings
you should cover are: objectives, vocabulary, background, setting the stage,
procedure, closure, evaluation, and references if any. I have an example that I
can provide you if you need one.
Option 6: You are a physical anthropologist of the future and you are lucky
enough to be around when they have discovered how to make time machines.
You zap ahead to the year 1,002,003 AD. You find that there are now two forms
of hominids present on the planet. Describe these two new forms of humans and
what are the relationships between them. Also, using the basic principles of
evolution, how can you explain their physical state, and how did these two new
forms of the human species evolve.
Option 7: Another version of option 5 is that you are a physical anthropologist of
the future and you are lucky enough to be around when they have discovered
how to make time machines. You zap ahead to the year 1,002,003 AD.
Amazingly enough chimps did not go extinct, even though you’re Anthro. 161
professors said they would. What is the impact of a million years of evolution on
the chimpanzee? Using the basic principles of evolution, explain how their
appearance has changed. How is their adaptation different, if at all? Have they
taken on any more human like traits?
Writing format
Before you start writing your paper, please produce an out line. The main
headings of this outline will provide the subheadings for your paper, which should
be underlined. Headings are sign posts that tell the reader where you are going
– good idea! A logical progression in the presentation of your ideas and
headings will go a long way to improving the quality of your paper. All too often I
have felt like a wonderer in the wilderness with no Idea where my students are
taking me. It was as if they had randomly typed ideas about the topic into there
computer and then called it a paper.
You are expected to run your paper through a speller-checker and
grammar-checker, and then make corrections to the errors. If you do not have
one, and this is hard to imagine, have a human speller-checker and grammarchecker read it over. Even if you are using the computer version to do this it is
not a bad idea to have someone look over your paper.
You should cite sources in text, rather than give me footnotes. The format
you should use is (Name of author Year: pages). Thus a citation will look like
this: (Pryor 1999: 23-24). You should also provide a bibliography for the sources
of the things you cite. Do not use too many quotations. The rule of thumb is,
only quote when the other person said it better than you could. Don’t let
someone else write your paper by quotes. Also, if you use some one else’s
words then quote them, other wise it is plagiarism. DO NOT CUT AND
Penalties for plagiarism range from a 0 or F on a particular assignment, through
an F for the course, to expulsion from the university. For more information on
the University’s policy regarding cheating and plagiarism, refer to the Schedule of
Courses (Legal Notices on Cheating and Plagiarism) or the University Catalog
(Policies and Regulations).
Due Date
Your paper is due Nov. 25th. You can e-mail me a digital copy at
johnp@csufresno.edu. If you use this please format your paper in Word or
Please have a conclusion in your papers that wraps up and summarizes
your thoughts on the topic that you are writing about.

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