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Egypt Sideshow
Egypt Sideshow
Egypt Sideshow
Egypt Sideshow
Egypt Sideshow
Egypt Sideshow
Egypt Sideshow
Egypt Sideshow
Egypt Sideshow
Egypt Sideshow
Egypt Sideshow
Egypt Sideshow
Egypt Sideshow
Egypt Sideshow
Egypt Sideshow
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Egypt Sideshow

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An interactive presentation of ancient and modern Egypt

An interactive presentation of ancient and modern Egypt

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  • 1. BECKY GEISMAN EGYPT PRESENTATION ED205-05 SUMMER 2008 EGYPT
  • 2. Egypt- Main
    • About the Author
    • Location
    • Landscape
    • Natural Disasters
    • Issues Facing the Country
    • Population
    • Religion and Language
    • Famous Cities
    • Social and Cultural Development
    • Ancient Culture
    • Art Venues and Institutions
    • Pyramids and Tombs
    • Pyramid Video
    • Economy
    • Literature
    • History
    • Resources
    • Concept Map
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  • 3. About the Author
    • My name is Becky Geisman. I am a secondary education student at Grand Valley State University majoring in Social Studies and English. This presentation was derived from my interest in the geography and history portions of my Social Studies courses.
    • For more information please contact [email_address]
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  • 4. Location Egypt is located in northern Africa. Bordering the country is Libya to the west, Sudan to the south, the Mediterranean Sea to the north and Israel and the Gaza Strip to the east Back Forward Quit Main Back Forward Quit Main
  • 5. Landscape
    • Composed mainly of sandy desert
    • Sahara Desert and Libyan Desert are within Egypt’s borders
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  • 6. Natural Disaster
    • Khamsin a hot, powerful windstorm threatens landscape and citizens in spring; brings hazards not seen in America
    • Dust and sandstorms, droughts, flash floods, land slides, earthquakes common all year
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  • 7. Issues facing the country
    • Rapid Urbanization
    • Agricultural land lost and damaged
    • Pollution of coral reefs and beaches
    • Pollution of fresh water supply
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  • 8. Population
    • Estimated at 80,335,036 people
    • Growing at a rate of 2% per year
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  • 9. Religion and Language
    • Islam is dominant religion - 90% following
    • Official language is Arabic
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  • 10. Famous Cities
    • Alexandria most well known ancient city
    • Cairo is the capital; most widely recognized city today
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  • 11. Social and Cultural Development
    • Intellectual and Islamic institutions lead the development of Egypt civilization
    • Headquarters of Arab League permanently located in Cario; contributes to growth and influence
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  • 12. Ancient Culture
    • For more information on the history of Egyptian Culture please view the informative video below:
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  • 13. Art Venues and Institutions
    • Similar to American arts, Egypt has rich share of venues and institutions dedicated to arts.
    • Cairo Opera House and annual film festival in the city rated world class.
    • Cairo has long held the title:
    • “ Hollywood of Middle East”.
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  • 14. Pyramids and Tombs
    • Pyramids, tombs and colonnades are most well known cultural attractions .
    • Detailed design, flawless architecture perfected by the Egyptians long before any other civilization in the world .
    • Strict code of riles and their meanings created for wall painting made in service of the pharaohs .
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  • 15. Pyramid Video
    • Click on the image below to view a video of Egyptian Pyramids.
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  • 16. Economy
    • Fragile economy dependent on petroleum, media and agriculture (“Egypt”).
    • Since 1979, the country has relied on $2.2 billion per year in US foreign aid (“Egypt”).
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  • 17. Literature
    • Egyptian novelists, poets among first to develop and experiment with modern styles of Arabic literature (“Egypt”).
    • Vernacular poetry most popular genre(“Egypt”).
    • Arab women recently gaining considerable recognition (Davis, Harrison, Johnson, Smith and Crawford 1127).
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  • 18. Egyptian History
    • Please click on link below to be directed to a video on Egyptian history:
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  • 19.
    • WorldFactBook.com
    • Wikipedia.com
    • TeacherTube.com
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