Student Profiles

UCHS Cultural Anthropology

What Is Important To Me

One of our assignments in our cultural anthropology class was to take pictures of people and things that were important to us. One of the students, McGarrett, decided to share some of the things what he felt was important to him…

McGarrett's sisters
This is a picture of my sister and my cousin. These two are important, because they make my life fun and exciting.

McGarrett's uncles
My two uncles are important to me because they try to teach me how to fix things like cars and toys.

McGarrett's aunt
My aunt is important because she helps me with projects, also she tells me things about being a teenager.

McGarrett's siblings
This is a picture of my little brother and sister and they are important to me because they make me happy and also I get to teach them right from wrong.

McGarrett himself
This is a picture of me, the way I’m important to myself is because sometimes I feel different. The reason I feel different is because I have bad kidneys. And then I’m also important because I can change society into a better place.

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Based on cultural anthropology in action, the World
Culture Initiative was established by Professor Peggy Sanday
and the webpage programming component acts as a supplement
for instructing students on basic HTML and webbuilding skills
that will be useful for them in learning more complicated languages in the future.
Each webpage, under the guidance of a student teaching assistant,
was constructed and coded by students in the cultural anthropology
class at University City High School.