Friday, November 21, 2014

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Margaret Mead Part 2

Agenda:

  • Finish Viewing +Questions
Homework:
  • Have questions ready for tomorrow

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Margaret Mead Video

Agenda:




Name:
Ms. Hoffmann
Creative Ethnography
Fall Semester

Creative Ethnography: A Review with Margaret Mead

  1. How might we describe the type of fieldwork that Mead performed?
  2. What did Mead study?
  3. What were some of Mead’s key findings?
  4. What was significant about the types of questions that Mead asked?  (You may want to think about this both in terms of in the field and at home.)
  5. Why is Mead’s work controversial today?

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Monday, November 17, 2014

Review: Cultural Constructions

Agenda:

  • What is a cultural construction?
  • Review of the review stations and paragraph answers
  • Viewing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVVWmZAStn8
Homework:
  • Sign permission slip for video
  • Study for tomorrow's exam

Friday, November 14, 2014

Finishing Stations Review

Agenda:

  • Discussion of what the test will look like
  • Finishing station review
Homework:
  • Study for Tuesday's exam

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Cultural Construction Review

Agenda:

  • Announcements
  • Sample Station Analysis
  • Station Analysis of Ads and Videos
Homework:
  • Homecoming paper due Monday
  • Study for test (Monday or Tuesday)

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Cultural Construct: Disability and Pity

Agenda:

  • Viewing The Kids are All Right http://www.thekidsareallright.org/watch.html
  • Discussion questions
Homework:
  • Review your notes on the Zuni Man-Woman reading excerpt

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Cultural Constructions: Disability

Agenda:

  • Powerpoint notes
Homework:
  • Review "Normal?  It Doesn't Exist!"

CFA Vocab

Agenda:

  • CFA
Homework:
  • Reading and questions on blog
  • Draft of Homecoming Project due Friday

Monday, November 3, 2014

Workshop Day

Agenda:

  • Review key points
  • Time to work on drafts
Homework:
  • Drafts due Friday (We may have additional class time to work on them, but please do not count on it.)
  • Reading and Questions on the Zuni Man Woman in previous post (due: Wednesday)

The Zuni Man Woman Reading Practice

Please read the follow webpage: http://www.ratical.org/many_worlds/onlyDifferent.html.    You can skip the intro box and the part where the person is giving a review of Will Roscoe's The Zuni Man Woman.  You should be reading from "the following excerpts" all the way up to the footnotes.  As you read look for the questions bulleted below.  I would like you to answer these in complete sentences in a Google Document.  You should practice using evidence from the reading to support your answer.  
Goals:
  • To practice reading informational texts--particularly pieces written at the college level
  • To support our answers with facts from the texts

Reading Questions:
  • What were the male and female gender roles in Zuni society like?
  • What was life like for Zuni women?  (Try to practice using our vocabulary from this and past units.)
  • Who was We'Wha?
  • What is a berdache?
  • How did Europeans react to them?
  • How did the Zuni regard them?
  • Reflect: What does looking at Zuni gender relations reveal about gender in Western society?