National Geographic Channel - Expedition Week

Subjects: English / Language Arts, History, Social Studies
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12
Source: National Geographic Channel

National Geographic Channel (NGC) presents Expedition Week, an incredible programming event developed in partnership with the National Geographic Society, providing free educational resources to be used both in and out of the classroom.  Programming resources featured the following subject matter:  Egypt and archaeology to complement "Egypt's Lost Rival", Volcanoes to complement "Man vs. Volcano" and "Into the Iceland Volcano", Tigers to complement "Lost Land of the Tiger" and "Tiger Man", and Marine Reptiles and Fossils to complement "Death of a Sea Monster."

To support teachers and students for this event, National Geographic Channel is pleased to offer 25 teachers or classrooms across the U.S. the opportunity to win a $100 shopping spree at the National Geographic Channel online store.  To access the resources and enter the sweepstakes, log on to

National Geographic Channel - Expedition Week

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