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Project Instructions

Become an expert in an area of Ancient Egypt!

  • Using the links provided in this libguide research one of the areas of Ancient Egypt

  • For each area, you need 3 important/essential facts, plus 2 interesting facts or cool things you learned.

  • Using NoodleTools, make a notecard for each fact and each image (for at least 7 notecards):
              Each notecard must include copy of original text (quote), information paraphrased or summarized into bullet points, URL of souce.
  • Locate 2 copyright-friendly images for your area.

  • You need to use at least 2 different sources for your research.

  • Using NoodleTools, make a citation for each of the sources and each image you used.

  • Use your paraphrased information to make a Google presentation (in Drive):
        -     Slide 1             Title slide (name, topic and block) 
        -     Slides 2, 3, 4   One fact per slide, plus one sentence explaining
                                             why the fact is important. 
        -     Slides 5-6        One illustration and a caption in a sentence
        -     Slides 7-8        Each have an interesting/cool fact.     
        -     Slide 9              Explain one connection between
                                             Ancient Egypt and our life today     
        -     Slide 10            Explain one way it is different to our life today                  
        -     Slide 11            Works cited  (References/Bibliography)

Project Overview

Step 1

Make at least 7 Noodletools notecards, one for each fact and each image:

  • 3 important facts + why fact is important
  • 2 interesting facts
  • 2 copyright-friendly images

Step 2

Use at least 2 different sources and create a citation for each in Noodletools

Create presentation in Google Drive

Step 4

Share Presentation with teachers

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