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Introduction to Museums, including their history and origins, decolonizing practices, and various aspects of working at a museum (exhibition, script writing, exhibition design, collections management, acquisitions, legal aspects of running a museum, and museum laws like NAGPRA).
Introduction to basic archaeological concepts and methods, archaeology in Oceania, and decolonizing archaeology. Field trips to archaeological sites.
Exploration of the varieties of intangible culture, the ethics and practices of documentation, and strategies for developing and managing conservation projects.
Introduction to basic principles of linguistics (phonetics, phonology, morphology, and syntax) in the context of language documentation. Language vitality, methods of language documentation, proper data management principles for language documentation, methods of language conservation.
Special topics course in which students will learn how to engage, evaluate, and understand current scientific research literature and then how to convey their understanding both orally and in writing. Each section will contain an instructor-selected Chemistry or Biochemistry theme for study.
In English 398, students will develop foundational skills in composition pedagogy by observing an ENG 101 course under the guidance of a faculty mentor. Students will also gain hands-on teaching experience by developing and teaching lesson plans, developing and applying rubrics in grading student assignments, and by holding weekly office hours to assist students in their writing. Weekly meetings with the Composition Coordinator will provide additional background in pedagogical theory, classroom management, effective learning activities and teaching strategies, developing a teaching philosophy, and creating course documents (syllabi, lesson plans, rubrics, etc.). Completion of this course with a passing grade qualifies domestic students to apply for a post-graduation internship as an ENG 101 Special Instructor.