Ancient Egypt

Jane Bourke,

Ancient Egypt
 
 

This blackline master book is designed to make use of the enormous amount of information that is available through the Internet. In doing so, students will achieve the following learning outcomes:

o Using recognized research skills to respond to questions posed as focusing activities.

o Using recognized research skills to extrapolate information from Internet references.

o Using selected World Wide Web addresses to extend understanding on the theme.

o Using a variety of net search engines to expand on the information available.

o Using the links provided at addresses to broaden the scope of their investigations.

Ancient Egypt Themes

The book provides students with opportunities to explore Ancient Egypt, The Pyramids, The Great Sphinx, Egyptian Religion and Mythology, The Afterlife and Mummification, Egyptian Art and Artefacts, Egyptian Art and Artefacts, Hieroglyphics, Famous Egyptians, and Lost Temples.

Book Structure

This structure is based on the premise that students will start Activity One and move through the sequence of activities until they complete the book.

However the entry point for each student should be at the discretion of the teacher/parent or indeed, students themselves. The lockstep structure means that there may be little point in experienced students continuing to do introductory activities (i.e. Net Research 1,2 and 3) in subsequent books after having done these once or twice. As the publishers don’t have access to this information, all books in the series provide the full sequence of activities in the hope that guidance will be given as to the student’s entry point.

The activity sequence in each book is:

1. Information and Practise in Research Skills.

It should be kept firmly in mind that the Internet is simply a source of information just as
an encyclopedia or a CD-ROM is. Without being equipped with the proper research
skills, children’s Internet investigations will be no different than the futile practice of
copying large chunks of text from reference books.

2. Information and Practise in using Web Pages.

There are a number of conventions that need to be followed in order to gain full benefit
from Net resources. Children need to be informed about these and be able to practise
them.
They will quickly learn that the operation of the Internet is far from perfect and they need to be
equipped with some strategies to use when problems are encountered.

3. An ‘Address Book’ for children to record new addresses (URLs).

4. Focusing Activities (Level 1 - Gathering Information)

The activities in this section are designed to have students utilizing Net addresses that
have been specially selected for the theme.
Questions will be literal and will refer to information on the screen. Completion of these
activities will provide students with a basic understanding of the concept being
investigated.



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