After completing the readings (including the videos), answer the following question(s):
In your own words, summarize the module readings in 1-2 paragraphs and the take-away message for you as a future professional (don’t be vague in your summary) What identities do you represent and how do these intersect to shape your everyday lived experience? Thinking back to the privilege assessment we did in module 2, discuss how your identity(ies) has shaped the opportunities you have in regards to education, employment, and health? (be sure to support this discussion with one credible source) Thinking about your final project topic, you were to read one of the “health disparities by identity” articles. Which one did you read and how does this help you better understand the challenges your target population face?
Watch a video and make a summary about it. Requirements Give me a summary of what was discussed in one of the talks. Tell me how it relates to the class anthropology It will be worth 3 points. So, I need a short summary for each link to get the 3 points. https://www.ted.com/talks/spencer_wells_is_building_a_family_tree_for_all_humanity/up-next https://www.ted.com/talks/yuval_noah_harari_what_explains_the_rise_of_humans https://www.ted.com/talks/mark_pagel_how_language_transformed_humanity
Watch the following videos and after that answer the following questions: La Amistad National Park – Panama, Costa Rica ?? Wild Life Documentary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UaNSl_grAVY DARIEN NATIONAL PARK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBC6bX97mjo Albatros Media Daríen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvsPNllJcTs Make a summary that integrates the main points of these three videos. (20 points) What is the importance of the La Amistad rainforest, and the Darien National Park for Panama? (15 points). What do you think are the main threats that these parks might have? Mention at least three threats and explain why do you think they are threats (15 points). Discuss at least three alternatives that can be implemented to protect these important natural areas, its flora, and fauna as well as people who live there. What you as an individual can do to protect these areas (20 points),