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-www.smithsonianmag.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 May 2013
-www.nationalgeographic.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 May 2013 The Great Sphinx is a large monument, or statue, Found in Egypt. There are many theories as to when or why the sphinx was made, but no one knows for sure. The Sphinx is a large statue, carved out of a single large block of limestone. It has the head of a man and the body of a lion. Approximately 66 ft. wide and 240 ft. tall, it lays in the sand with other pyramids and tombs in Giza. No one is quite sure why the Sphinx was made, but some theories include the possibility that there could be a tomb or chamber under it. 2+2=4 What is The Sphinx? Thanks for Watching! Digital Literacy Q4 Research Process:
I chose my topic of the sphinx because I really liked how the sphinx was so mysterious. I thought it was really cool how there might be a tomb or chamber under it.
I picked my topic by looking it up on Britannica, and then picking the most useful articles. I also found some pictures on Flickr.
I picked Prezi to do my project because it was like a cooler version of a PowerPoint. There were a lot of effects I liked, too. I liked all the different templates you could use, and how there were a bunch of different themes and colors.
I learned how to use Prezi, and how to add cool effects. I also learned a lot about the sphinx, like its exact height. I learned how to get pictures from flicker, and how to use Britannica better.