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S. Rightmire

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jewel Pfannerstill on Thursday October 22, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to LING 12 at University of California Santa Barbara taught by S. Rightmire in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 24 views. For similar materials see /class/226918/ling-12-university-of-california-santa-barbara in Linguistics at University of California Santa Barbara.

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Date Created: 10/22/15
Learning Log for 1491 Please type your answers and hand them in at class time Monday April 21 Note This learning log differs from the previous assignments in four important ways Part1 There are more questions ten as opposed to the usual six or seven Therefore please plan to write about one and onehalf pages of summary rather than the usual one page Two ofthe reading questions will ask you to extend beyond the reading and write from your own experience or opinion We will skip the vocabulary log this week Continue highlighting and looking up words as needed of course in order to understand the reading Instead ofthe vocabulary log you will create a grammar log of about onehalf page You will see detailed instructions at the end ofthis page Understanding the main points Answer each of the following questions in a brief paragraph 23 sentences Use your own words or quote sparingly one to two quoted words at most per paragraph You should write about one and onehalf pages total doublespaced Iquot 9 P 5quot 9 9 O Paragraphs 45 What do Erickson and Bal e believe about the history of American Indians before 1492 How does their opinion differ from what Mann was taught in high school According to your own experience What were you taught in school about the American Indians origins on this continent Did it resemble what Mann was taught or what Erickson is claiming Explain Paragraph 7 see question 11 Paragraph 9 What would happen if people stopped setting fire to the Beni savannah Paragraphs 1921 Despite widespread belief among 15thcentury Europeans that Indians were uncivilized what evidence do we see in these paragraphs that the reverse was actually the case that Indians were more highly civilized than Europeans Paragraph 25 What happened when Indians stopped setting fire to the savannah in what is now Wisconsin and other Midwestern states Paragraphs 3032 What about Meggers book made it become one of the wellsprings ofthe campaign to save the rainforestsquot Paragraph 33 What did Roosevelt discoverthat seems to discredit Meggers theory Paragraphs 3641 Summarize this theory of how the Amazon rain forest was created not by God or Nature but by human beings Paragraphs 4650 Summarize this theory of how the North American wilderness was created not by God or Nature but bloodily by white Europeans whose diseases spread across the continent after 1492 Paragraphs 7 and 53 and according to your own opinion Concern for the environment has long rested upon an idea that we should protect wild places But if it turns out to be true that there is no such thing as wilderness then what if anything is our obligation to the natural environment


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