Daily Lessons for Teaching Facing Mount Kenya; the Tribal Life of Gikuyu

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Lesson 1 (from Introduction and Preface)

Objective

Introduction and Preface

The objective of this lesson is to discuss the quote "Anthropology begins at home." The Introduction covers this subject and lists anthropological studies made by people about their own cultures.

Lesson

1) Class Discussion: Hold a class discussion about the quote: "Anthropology begins at home". What reasons does the book give to support this view?

2) In-class Quiz: List at least three anthropological studies made by people about their own cultures.

3) In-class Essay: Write an essay describing Kenyatta's credentials for writing this anthropological study and ethnography of the Gikuyu tribe.

4) Homework: Write a short anthropological study about the community in which you live....or a general anthropological study about the country where you live. Looking up the definition of anthropology will be helpful.

Lesson 2 (from Introduction and Preface)

Objective

Introduction and Preface

The objective of this lesson is for the students to discuss William James' quote, "Progress is a...

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