Spradley and McCurdy's Conformity and Conflict remains an excellent way
of sparking interest in anthropological matters.
You might also look at "A Little Anthropology" by Nash
>>> robin-ann@... 03/06/02 09:15PM >>>
We have never met and probably never will, but I got a
copy of your last e-mail to SACC...
Now the only thing I know about SACC is what I get from
Ann Popplestone...about a billion e-mails per day it
As a retired high school teacher, I am trying to put
together a high school correspondence course through the
Univ. of Texas at Austin. Although most of the student
activities will be from online stuff, the parents want
some sort of textbook. I HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO FIND
ANTHING THAT CAN BE USED FOR A HIGH SCHOOL TEXT. This
course is for regular high school students, NOT advanced
placement, honors, gifted, just regular students at
about the 10th 11 grade level.
I have asked this question to SACC and got about 3
responses from some well-meaning folks, but they all
were still pushing their pet curricula and all still
suggested AP books.
If you can suggest any book that could be used for a
high school text, I would be greatful.
Mr. Robin Matthews
6303 Berkelely Cove
Austin, Tx. 78745 512-444-6083
> Hi Tony,
> I just finished reading the minutes from the Ft. Lauderdale SACC
> meeting. Great minutes! Some of the greatest "stuff" I've read
> Brothers Karamatzov, or whatever. No really, terrific, but alas, a
> depressing, with regard to the lack of attendance. What happened to
> Ellenbaum? Was he too sick to attend?
> Sorry I couldn't make it. SUNY budget was hit heavily by 9/11,
> available for travel or conference attendance, not enough personal
> either. Hope to be in New Orleans, though. Don't worry, I haven't
> your bottle of mescal.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "balzano, anthony" <abalzano@...>
> To: <SACC-L@yahoogroups.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, March 05, 2002 11:55 AM
> Subject: [SACC-L] Ft Lauderdale Minutes
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