Online Instructor's Manual with Test Bank
(ISBN-10: 0840036833 | ISBN-13: 9780840036834)
Written by Loretta A. Cormier of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, this supplement offers the instructor learning objectives, a chapter summary, suggested supplementary lecture topics, discussion questions, film adn video resources, adn InforTrac and Internet exercises for each chapter. The test bank consists of 20-25 multiple-choice and 15-20 true/false questions with answers, page references, and a corresponding learning objective. There are also essay questions for each chapter. In addition, a list of suggested ethnographic studies to accompany the text is included, as is a cumulative video/film resources section with ordering information. A concise user guide for InfoTrac is provided as an appendix.
Anthropology Resource Center, InfoTrac®, 1 term (6 months) Instant Access
(ISBN-10: 084004853X | ISBN-13: 9780840048530)
This online center offers a wealth of information and useful tools for both instructors and students. Students will find interactive maps, learning modules, video exercises, Cross-Cultural Miscues, Meet the Scientists, and more. For instructors, the Anthropology Resource Center includes a gateway to time-saving teaching tools, such as image banks and sample syllabi.
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Online PowerPoint® Slides
(ISBN-10: 0840045727 | ISBN-13: 9780840045720)
Prepare for lectures efficiently with these chapter-specific PowerPoint slides that incorporate outside examples as well as quiz questions into the lecture. Available on the instructor companion website.
Wadsworth Anthropology Video Library, Volume 2 (featuring BBC Video Clips)
(ISBN-10: 1111829004 | ISBN-13: 9781111829001)
AIDS in Africa DVD
(ISBN-10: 0495171832 | ISBN-13: 9780495171836)
Expand your students’ global perspective of HIV/AIDS with this award-winning documentary series focused on controlling HIV/AIDS in Southern Africa. Films focus on caregivers in the faith community; how young people share messages of hope through song and dance; the relationship of HIV/AIDS to gender, poverty, stigma, education, and justice; and the story of two HIV-positive women helping others.
Anthropology Resource Center Instant Access Code
(ISBN-10: 0495394548 | ISBN-13: 9780495394549)
This hands-on online center offers a wealth of information and useful tools for both instructors and students in all four fields of anthropology: cultural anthropology, physical anthropology, archaeology, and linguistics. It includes interactive maps, learning modules, video exercises, and breaking news in anthropology.
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