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Physical Anthropology: Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology Lab HSB4U HSP3M

Physical Anthropology: Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology Lab HSB4U HSP3M

$16.00 /person
Tax Exempt: $16.00

1 adult(s) free
per 10 students


Activity Type: Lab Lesson
Duration: 90 minutes
Subject: Social Science & the Humanities
Min / Max: 15 / 70 students + adults


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Daily Schedule
Day From To
Monday9:00 am4:30 pm
Tuesday9:00 am4:30 pm
Wednesday9:00 am4:30 pm
Thursday9:00 am4:30 pm
Friday9:00 am4:30 pm
  The following dates and times are not available
From           To  
Tuesday   July 1, 2014   12:00 am   Monday, September 1, 2014 11:59 pm [range]
Tuesday   September 2, 2014   8:00 am   Friday, September 12, 2014 5:00 pm [range]
Monday   September 15, 2014   1:30 pm   4:30 pm
Monday   October 13, 2014   9:00 am   4:30 pm
Monday   December 22, 2014   12:00 am   Friday, January 2, 2015 11:59 pm [range]
Monday   February 16, 2015   9:00 am   4:30 pm
Monday   March 16, 2015   12:00 am   Friday, March 20, 2015 11:59 pm [range]
Friday   April 3, 2015   12:00 am   Monday, April 6, 2015 11:59 pm [range]
Monday   May 18, 2015   9:00 am   4:30 pm
Wednesday   July 1, 2015   12:00 am   Monday, September 7, 2015 11:59 pm [range]

Engage Anthropology in depth and hands-on with this extremely popular program. Using replica Hominid skulls, students study human evolution. Consider when, how and why early primates developed human characteristics. Use the fossil record to learn what it reveals about work, diet and family structure.

Curriculum links include, but are not limited to: understanding of the major questions related to "self and others" that are posed by anthropologists; defining the concepts that are central to anthropology; identifying and assessing the major influences that contribute to an individual's personal and social development


Maximum 70 people (including students, teachers, educational assistants and supervisors) at one time.

Do not combine with Evidence of Early Humans due to similar content.

Availability subject to change.
 

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