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Africa and Asia CPA
Instructor: Mr. Toale   
This course examines Asian and African institutions, people, and culture. In the fall semester this course begins with an overview of the major concepts of cultural anthropology; subsequent areas of study in the first semester will include the Middle East and Africa. In the spring semester the course continues examining these themes with a concentration on East and South Asia. The core concepts of the world history program will be taught in conjunction with the study of these civilizations, organized around the themes of geography, economics, cultural transitions, historical trends, and contemporary affairs. Instructional activities and assessments require students to utilize and refine Social Studies literacy skills such as discipline-specific writing and speaking as well as the analysis and evaluation of primary and secondary sources
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