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National Geographic Magazine

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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, the flagship magazine of the National Geographic Society, chronicles exploration and adventure, as well as changes that impact life on Earth. Editorial coverage encompasses people and places of the world, with an emphasis on human involvement in a changing universe. Major topics include culture, nature, geography, ecology, science and technology. For ...more
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I found the April 2018 issue's article on human migration and the evolution of human appearance to be worldview altering. It absolutely captured my imagination. The article explains what DNA samples from across the globe and from fossils indicate: There are more genetic variations between different chimpanzees than there are between any two members of Homo Sapiens. Further, there is more genetic diversity in Africa than there is in all the other continents combined. (Though, I must admit, being ...more
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I examined two issues of the physical magazine National Geographic: "The Making of an Icon: Becoming Jane" an October 2017 and "Why We Lie" from June 2017.

In its characteristic yellow border cover, National Geographic is its own icon of beautiful world wise photographs and in-depth articles. The photography shines in each article where text is carefully considered and placed to complement each other. Each article in succession also has varied format which makes it visually appealing. Photos that
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I think having a subscription of National Geographic would be very beneficial to my classroom because they provide such important information for kids and adults to read. I know for sure that I will have kids in my classroom who are very in awe of different animals and things around the world. And having these in my classroom would be the icing on the cake for them. To provide them in a lesson per say I could get them to pick out a story out of the periodicals and get them to write about what ...more
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