• Ancient Egypt Research Resources

    For your project you need information from:

    • a book
    • a database (Britannica, GVRL, SIRS or Proquest)
    • a web site (choose from the list provided or find your own)

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    Image result for britannica school Encyclopedia Britannica Online This is a good place to start your general research.
    ♥HOW TO CITE: Click on the check mark at the top of your article; copy and paste the MLA citation into NoodleTools.
     
    Ancient Civilizations  Gale Virtual Reference Library.  (Password: cougars) A searchable collection of reference books.
     
    ♥HOW TO CITE: In the upper right menu, click on "Cite". Then "Export" to NoodleTools.

    Image result for sirs discoverer SIRS Discoverer: Search for your topic here to find reference books, magazine articles, images and more.

    ♥HOW TO CITE: Click "Cite, click on the "Copy" button. Paste into NoodleBib.

    Image result for proquest elibraryProquest eLibrary: Ancient Egypt

    ♥HOW TO CITE: Click "Cite, click on the "Copy" button. Paste into NoodleBib.

     
    WEBSITES:
    When using a Search Engine (like Google), evaluate your search results carefully.
    1) Practice Click Restraint (Don't click on the top link. Read the snippets and choose wisely.)
    2) Ask yourself (and open another tab to search for the answer):
    • Who is the author or organization behind the web site?
    • What evidence or sources do they provide?
    • What do other reputable sites have to say about the same subject?

    Mr. Donn's Daily Life in Ancient Egypt Designed for elementary or middle school students and teachers, this site provides basic background information about ancient Egyptian life and also has lesson plans, classroom activities, and annotated links.
     
    ♥How to cite: From Noodle Tools, Select "Web", the "Web Site" then complete all required fields.
    Example:
    Donn, Lin. "Ancient Egypt for Kids: Animals." Mr. Donn's Site for Kids and Teachers, egypt.mrdonn.org/animals.html. Accessed 30 Oct. 2019.

    British Museum: Ancient Egypt  The British Museum is famous for its archeological collections that include the Rosetta Stone and artifacts from many ancient civilizations;
     
    ♥How to cite: From Noodle Tools, Select "Web", the "Web Site" then complete all required fields.
    Example:
    "Mummification." Ancient Egypt, British Museum, www.ancientegypt.co.uk/mummies/
         home.html. Accessed 30 Oct. 2019.

    BBC History: The Egyptians From the independent British Broadcasting Corporation, "enter the world of the ancient Egyptians. Find out why their mysterious civilisation , gods, goddesses and pyramids capture the imagination." ~SweetSearch
     
    ♥How to cite: From Noodle Tools, Select "Web", the "Web Site" then complete all required fields.
    Example: Baines, John. "The Story of the Nile." Ancient History: Egyptians, BBC, 17 Feb.
         2011, www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/egyptians/nile_01.shtml. Accessed 30
         Oct. 2019.


    Mysteries of Egypt Information about Egyptian civilization, including geography, architecture, government, writing, religion , daily life (food, shelter, transportation, trades and crafts, clothing and adornment), and sciences. There is also information about the female ruler, Hatshepsut, as well as Tutankhamun, along with a QuickTime tour of his tomb. A teacher's guide, bibliography, and related sites are also provided. From the Canadian Museum of Civilization
     
    ♥How to cite: From Noodle Tools, Select "Web", the "Web Site" then complete all required fields.
    Example: "Daily Life: Food." Mysteries of Ancient Egypt, Canadian Museum of History,
         www.museedelhistoire.ca/cmc/exhibitions/civil/egypt/egcl02e.html. Accessed
         4 Nov. 2019.

    Ducksters: Ancient Egypt  Ducksters is designed for student researchers. It covers many popular topics included ancient Egyptian games
    ♥Each page of information has a link at the bottom to copy and paste the proper citation into NoodleTools.


     
    Experience Ancient Egypt  This  thorough, well-researched site written by an amateur Egyptologist.
     
    ♥How to cite: From Noodle Tools, Select "Web", the "Web Site" then complete all required fields.
    Example: Sirry, Mai Sirry. "Egyptian Scarab Beetle." Experience Ancient Egypt,
         www.experience-ancient-egypt.com/egyptian-religion-mythology/
         egyptian-symbols-texts/egyptian-scarab-beetle. Accessed 4 Nov. 2019.
    updated 11/05/2019