Students use iPads or the Internet to investigate evidence of water across Egypt. Students realise that Egypt isn't just a huge desert with pyramids, it has water sources in several locations. Egyptian sources of water both natural and man-made in rivers, seas and oasis.
Using the markers on the map, the students need to speculate about the water source and use interactive mapping applications to locate.
Hints and continual discussion are encouraged.
Answers: white pins: Mediterranean and Red seas, yellow: river Nile delta, red: Suez canal, orange: Siwa oasis, purple: Nile farmland, green: Aswan dam
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