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The Suez Canal – A Modern Technical Wonder Transformed From an Ancient One

QUESTIONS TO ANSWER ABOUT THE SUEZ CANAL Who built the Suez Canal? How is the Suez Canal being developed? What is the importance of the Suez Canal? What is the Suez Crisis of 1956? What are the advantages of the Suez Canal? SOME RESOURCES: suezcanal.gov.eg : Information on the Suez Canal rafimar.com : Advantages of […]

CLASS 4/5-301 Visits the Brooklyn Museum – a slideshow by Mr. Ramirez

Pharos of Alexandria – The Lighthouse of Alexandria, Egypt – The History of Lighthouses

The Pharos. Copyright Lee Krystek, 1998. The Great Lighthouse at Alexandria In the fall of 1994, a team of archaeological scuba divers entered the waters off of Alexandria, Egypt. Working beneath the surface they searched the bottom of the sea for artifacts. Large underwater blocks of stone were marked with floating masts so that an […]

Egyptian Multimedia Horizons with Class 5-303

Photoclub Strikes Pharoah Poses – Ms. Hobson & Mr. Jump

The Egyptian Pose A typical Egyptian pose starts with the head in profile with the ear showing. Even though the head is in profile, the eye is drawn as if seen from the front. The shoulders are next drawn facing front at full width, and the waist and legs in profile. Students took turns standing […]

Reporting Live in 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 ACTION

Hello this is live from the Social Studies Bee. My name Sharleen Pasha. Today is a wonderful day. The competition is between P.S. 119 and P.S. 245. But who will win, who will lose? I am eager to see. I am here with Ms. Fernandez on the camels.

Egyptian Oasis Landscape by Fernanda 5-303

Umm Kulthum – Egypt’s Most Famous Singer

Es’al Rohak Translation: Found at ALLTHELYRICS.COM

The Aswan Dam – Taming the floods of the Nile

The Nile River Delta

  As fifth graders, Ms. Basloe’s class is studying the geography of Egypt. Our focus of today’s lesson was the Nile River Delta. Egypt lies is the northeastern region of the African Continent.

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