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Republic of the Philippines

Commission on Higher Education


Region IV – A CALABARZON
Municipality of Lipa
KOLEHIYO NG LUNGSOD NG LIPA

COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION Captivating knowledge Through Education

VISION
I. COURSE CODE/TITLE: VE 103/PHILIPPINE CULTURE AND SOCIETY
A center of human
development committed to the
purs uit of wisdom, truth, II. SUBJECT MATTER
justice, pride, dignity, and
local/global
ANTHROPOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION TIME - FRAME
competitiveness via a quality but
affordable education for all 1. The Discipline of Anthropology 09/ 14 - 18/ 2020
qualified clients. 2. Relation of Anthropology to other Sciences
3. Practical Application of
MISSION Anthropology
Establish and maintain REFERENCES: https://www.slideshare.net/calvhinne/
an academic environment
promoting the pursuit of
https://anthro.ucsc.edu/about/sub-fields/physical-
excellence and the total anthro.html
development of its students as
human beings, with fear of God https://anthropology.dartmouth.edu/undergraduate/courses/cultural
-anthropology
and love of country and
fellowmen.
III COURSE OUTCOME
Kolehiyo ng Lungsod ng Lipa 1. Expound the definitions of Anthropology according to:
aims to: a. Herskovitz and,
1. foster the spiritual, intellectual,
social, moral, and creative life of
b. Jacobs - Stern.
its client via affordable but quality 2. State your own definition of Anthropology.
tertiary education; 3. Define the physical aspect of Anthropology.
4. Determine Anthropology as the important factor in education.
2. provide the clients with reach
and substantial, relevant, wide 5. Analyze and illustrate the contributions of Anthropology on the cultural
range of academic disciplines, development of human beings.
expose them to varied curricular
and co-curricular experiences IV ENGAGEMENT:
which nurture and enhance their
personal dedications and DIRECTIONS: Answer the following legibly.
commitments to social, moral,
cultural, and economic 1. How do you expound the definitions of Anthropology according to:
transformations. a. Herskovitz:
“The science of man and his works.”
3. work with the government and
b. Jacobs and Stern:
the community and the pursuit of
achieving national developmental “Anthropology is the scientific study of physical, social and cultural
goals; and development and behavior of human beings since their appearance on
earth. ...”
4. develop deserving and
2. Write down your own definition of Anthropology.
qualified clients with different
skills of life existence and 3. What is the physical aspect of Anthropology?
prepare them for local and global
competitiveness. V. ACTIVITIES: Accomplish the task.
CTE
1. Why and How can you explain Anthropology as an important factor in education?

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Republic of the Philippines
Commission on Higher Education
Region IV – A CALABARZON
Municipality of Lipa
KOLEHIYO NG LUNGSOD NG LIPA

COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION Captivating knowledge Through Education

2. How do you Illustrate the contributions of Anthropology on the cultural development of human beings using
a concept map?

VI. OUTPUT (RESULT)

1. Submit your output in hard copy or soft copy @florantemercado08@gmail.com

VII. EVALUATION

The activity will be evaluated using the following criteria

Content………………………………………………………. 15 pts

Relevance …………………………………………………… 15 pts

Organization ……………………………………………… 10 pts

Grammar …………………………………………………. 10 pts

Total …………………………………………………………… 50 pts

Prepared by Group ______: Checked and Approved:

Group Members:
FLORANTE B. MERCADO
Instructor 1

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Commission on Higher Education
Region IV – A CALABARZON
Municipality of Lipa
KOLEHIYO NG LUNGSOD NG LIPA

COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION Captivating knowledge Through Education

PHYSICAL ASPECT OF ANTHROPOLOGY

Physical or biological anthropology deals with the evolution of humans, their variability, and adaptations to
environmental stresses. Using an evolutionary perspective, we examine not only the physical form of humans -
the bones, muscles, and organs - but also how it functions to allow survival and reproduction.

Within the field of physical anthropology there are many different areas of focus. Paleoanthropology studies
the evolution of primates and hominids from the fossil record and from what can be determined through
comparative anatomy and studies of social structure and behavior from our closest living relatives.
Primatologists study prosimians, monkeys and apes, using this work to understand the features that make each
group distinct and those that link groups together. Skeletal biology concentrates on the study of anatomically
modern humans, primarily from archaeological sites, and aims to understand the diseases and conditions these
past people experienced prior to dying. Forensic anthropologists use the study of skeletal biology to assist in
the identification and analysis of more recently deceased individuals. Such cases often involve complex legal
considerations. Human biologists concentrate on contemporary humans, examining not only their anatomy
and physiology but also their reproduction and the effects of social status and other factors on their growth
and development.

Because these studies take place within an understanding of the context of human behavior and culture,
physical anthropology stands as a unique link between the social and biological sciences. At UCSC we focus on
skeletal material but within the framework of a functioning organism, each with its own life story written in the
bones. Primary research interests and areas of expertise include human skeletal biology and forensic
anthropology (Alison Galloway); ancient DNA, human biology, population biology, molecular evolution (Lars
Fehren-Schmitz); and primatology, diet, nutrition, carbon, ecology, and biogeochemistry (Vicky Oelze). Our
well-equipped anthropology laboratories support the program.

https://anthro.ucsc.edu/about/sub-fields/physical-anthro.html

Cultural Anthropology

Cultural anthropology addresses broad questions about what it means to be human in contemporary societies
and cultures, as well as those of the recent past. Cultural anthropologists systematically explore topics such as
technology and material culture, social organization, economies, political and legal systems, language,
ideologies and religions, health and illness, and social change. Students concentrating in cultural anthropology
are strongly advised to take the course in ethnographic research methods, ANTH 18. Students who will pursue
graduate work in cultural anthropology are advised to take Main Currents in Anthropology, ANTH 73.

ANTH 03
INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Cultural anthropology is the study of human ways of life in the broadest possible comparative perspective.
Cultural anthropologists are interested in all types of societies, from hunting and gathering bands to modern
industrial states. The aim of cultural anthropology is to document the full range of human cultural adaptations
and achievements and to discern in this great diversity the underlying covariations among and changes in
human ecology, institutions and ideologies.
https://anthropology.dartmouth.edu/undergraduate/courses/cultural-anthropology CTE

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Municipality of Lipa
KOLEHIYO NG LUNGSOD NG LIPA

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