MANKIND The Story of All of Us is an exciting 12-part series premiering Tuesday, November 13 on the HISTORY CHANNEL. As an added bonus to this series, the NIE Institute has teamed up with HISTORY to bring you a special NIE supplement also called MANKIND. It is intended for classroom use in conjunction with the series.
The story of mankind is a story of survival. While nearly all species become extinct, humans have managed to thrive despite the odds. What are the keys humans have used to help ensure survival and innovation? From domestication of animals to harnessing technology, humans have forged ahead by unlocking critical keys at important turning points that have helped us not only survive, but thrive.
Mankind The Story of All of Us, outlines the keys Mankind has harnessed to achieve change and innovate. The series tells the story of why humans have survived despite great odds.From humble beginnings, appearing in the Great Rift Valley of Africa 150,000 years ago, humans reach for the stars, risk everything in pursuit of dreams, and search for beauty in the world around them.
To download the MANKIND NIE tab, click on the following link: http://legacy.grandforksherald.com/pdfs/mankind.pdf
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This supplement is about the majestic RMS Titanic on her maiden voyage from Southhampton, England, bound for New York starting Wednesday April 10, 1912. Titanic was the largest man-made moving creation on land or sea at that time. She was taller than a ten-story building and nearly a sixth of a mile long. The Titanic was, for her time, the most luxurious ocean liner ever built. She was destined to become the most famous ship in history, just not in the way most expected.
The NIE Institute has teamed up with the History Channel to bring you this special Newspapers in Education tab titled, Titanic: 100 Years of Mystery.
Download the guide by clicking on the following link: http://legacy.grandforksherald.com/pdfs/titanic%2003%2021%2012.pdf
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