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The NBC News Archive provides:
• More than 5,000 searchable resources, including historical footage, current events, mini-documentaries, primary sources, images, and other materials for use across all curriculum areas

• Specific digital content aligned to Advanced Placement courses and general classroom instruction in U.S. History, U.S. Government and Politics, and English Language and Composition

• Nearly 100 Writing Prompts supported by a selection of related NBC News stories and commentaries

In addition, the HotChalk Learning Community will allow you to create customized assignments and lesson plans, collaborate with peers and experts, post class messages, manage grade books, and search for quality resources in an easy-to-use, secure environment built with teachers in mind.

Sign up now to start using the NBC News Archive in your school. And be sure to forward this to your teachers so they can register to experience this unique offering in their classrooms. Hurry - the free trial ends January 31, 2008!

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