Ethnographic Video Online, Royal Anthropological Institute Teaching Edition is a curriculum-aligned collection of videos and segments curated to support the teaching of introductory anthropology courses. Each video and segment within this collection are accompanied by a teaching guide providing background information, lesson plans, and classroom exercises and activities. There are a variety of themes that are discussed including family and kinship, gender roles, cultural identity, belief systems and other topics centered around diversity, change, and culture. All teaching materials within this collection are created by the Education Committee of the Royal Anthropological Institute.
Teaching Edition is ideal for veteran educators looking to freshen their lessons or a brand new teacher creating a course from scratch, This collection provides educators with the tools they need to make classroom teaching more effective. Produced in partnership with the Education Committee of the Royal Anthropological Institute, this syllabi-driven collection contains some of the most popular videos* in anthropology from Ethnographic Video Online Series for illustrating core concepts at the introductory level. Each lesson is available as a PDF that can be saved or printed and contains a complete class workflow.
*Note about the videos: While the teaching guides link to specific clips, users have access to the full videos as well!
Kinship, Marriage, Family and Reproduction
Music, Dance and Performance
Ritual and Symbolism
Economics and Livelihoods
Transnationalism and Globalisation