Webquest -


Africa Vocabulary Chapters 24-25:**



Land formed by soil in the water that is dropped as the river slows and enters the sea*delta
Building of walls around fields in order to trap the water and silt overflowing from the banks of a river*basin irrigation
Traditional Arab open-air market*bazaar
Dry stream or river bed that holds water after a heavy rain*wadi
System that provides needed water to fields throughout the year*Perennial irrigation
A natural or artificial lake used to store water for human needs*reservoir
The region just south of the Sahara is the* Sahel
A (n) is a steep slope or cliff*escarpment
A (n) is a grassland with scattered trees*savanna
Africa has a tradition of , or history passed down by word of mouth*oral history
The dissolving and washing away of nutrients in soil is *leaching
The of a country is the average number of people in a given unit of area*population density
A (n) is an elevated block of land with a flat or gently rolling surface*plateau
The reduction in the productive potential of land is *land degradation
South African strict policy of racial segregation*apartheid
People subjected to foreign rule*Colonialism
Drought-resistant brush*chaparral
Egyptian peasants*fellaheen
The blowing of hot air, dust and grit*sandstorm
When farmers built long walls around their fields to trap flood water*basin irrigation
Large group who crossed the desert*caravan
Older Arab sections of North African cities*medinas
Market areas *souks


Powerpoints:







http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcF8gJ0Bx8E

Mummification Process: http://www.ancientegypt.co.uk/mummies/home.html

Notes for test:









http://www.atlantic.k12.ia.us/~malexander/Africa%20WebQuest/wqindex.html

Use this document to find the steps you need to follow:

Resources
The following resources can be used to answer the questions on the Data Collection Worksheet. The web sites and resources can also be found on the Data Collection Worksheets.





HISTORIAN
CIA Factbook
Fact Monster (History)
African Masks
People & Culture
Traditions & Daily Life

ECONOMIST
http://www.photius.com/wfb/wfb1999/
South African Food
Fact Monster -http://www.factmonster.com/encyclopedia/places.html

GEOGRAPHER
About.com
Fact Monster (Physical Geography)
Fact Monster (Atlas)
Country Statistics
CIA Factbook Flag

FACT/TRAVEL EXPERT
http://www.game-reserve.com/
http://www.tourism-africa.co.za/

http://www.tripadvisor.com/Tourism-g6-Africa-Vacations.html