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Friday, 01 December 2023, 09:50 (09:50 AM) CST, day 335 of 2023

Prehistoric Cultures

Fall 2012 Calendar -- DAY  [archive]

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Dates and Times to Remember 

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Friday, 01 December 2023, 15:50 (03:50 PM) GMT, day 335 of 2023
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Case Study Makeup #1

Analysis of a group or stage (period) or tradition

For this paper you should describe and discuss the characteristics of a group or stage (period) or archaeological tradition. This should be a different topic from the one you did for your other Case Studies.

  • In doing your research and writing your paper follow the recommendations of the Paradigm Online Writing Assistant. Click on "Discovering" at the top of the page to get started. Then follow through with "Organizing," "Revising," and "Editing."
  • For this Case Study -- and all of the Case Studies -- you may use traditional library materials, and, where appropriate, interviews and videotapes. So have a look at one or more of the daily papers to see what they're reporting.
  • Use the PCforum to discuss your paper with others in the class.
  • Suggestion: Don't put off the Web Assignments. The web doesn't always work when you want it to.

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