What is Social Anthropology?

What is Social Anthropology?

Introduction lesson to Social Anthropology. Looks at key terms, theoretical perspectives and a small activity on Watching The English to introduce them to ethnographic material. Please note, you will need a copy of or extracts from ‘Watching the English’ by Kate Fox. This lesson was planned for a double period lesson.
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Social Anthropology - Theory Revision

Social Anthropology - Theory Revision

This is a session delivered purely for revision. Covers the basics of: Feminism, Marxist Conflict Theory, Structural-Functionalism, Structuralism and Cultural Materialism. Also looks at how these theories can be applied to certain societies (ones my group has studied).
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IB Social Anthropology - Feedback Frame

IB Social Anthropology - Feedback Frame

Three feedback frames that can be used when assessing IB Social Anthropology essays. I have found this particularly effective with peer assessment as it ensures students focus on each criteria and feedback in detail. There is space for students to respond the feedback they have been given which can demonstrate progress.
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Social Anthropology Theory

Social Anthropology Theory

A set of lessons used to teach theory for HL IB Social Anthropology. Theories: Feminism, Marxism, Functionalism, Structural-Functionalism, Structuralism, Cultural Materialism, Symbolism. Includes a crib sheet that can be used for revision.
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Overview of Social Anthropological Theory

Overview of Social Anthropological Theory

Crib sheet with the basics of 6 theories: Feminist Theory, Marxist Conflict Theory, Structuralism, Functionalism, Structural-Functionalism and Symbolic Theories. A basic sheet for students to go into more detail over the theories. PPT for a basic lesson. Quite an independent lesson!
EmmyCD
Social Anthropology - Structuralism

Social Anthropology - Structuralism

Lesson outlining the basics behind Structuralism with a focus on Sleeping Beauty. Includes a break down of the decoding of Sleeping Beauty. Students then apply structuralism to the societies they’ve looked at. They could do a Paper 3 question afterwards. Sleeping Beauty story is from http://radicalanthropologygroup.org/sites/default/files/pdf/class_text_043.pdf
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