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Ground Rules for Class Conversations in "Introduction to Anthropology: Cultural"

  • Don’t interrupt others when they’re talking
  • Respect other people’s opinions
  • Keep it on topic
  • Don’t take it personally
  • Don’t dominate the conversation, let others have their say
  • Don’t name call anybody
  • Have integrity while you’re talking – be open and honest
  • Whatever is said in the classroom stays in the classroom
  • In general for large discussions, raise your hand and wait to be called on
  • Students have a right to “pass” or not answer if they wish
"The world in which you were born is just one model of reality. Other cultures are not failed attempts at being you: they are unique manifestations of the human spirit."

-- Wade Davis

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