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  • 1. The European Union...
    ... it's a really nice place!
    How much do you know about it already?
    Miss Hart
    G152 2010-11
  • 2. You have 20 minutes...
    How much of the following can you correctly complete?
  • 3. How many countries are there in the EU?
    27
    Which were the last countries to join?
    Who is waiting
    to join next?
  • 4. Find all the countries!
  • 5. When did the Euro come into effect?
    Which country wanted such large notes?
    Which will be the
    next country to join?
    2002
  • 6. 1st January 1973
    Which statute brought us in?
    European Communities Act 1972
    When did Britain join the EU?
  • 7. Europe Day
    These might just be going...
    The Motto:
    9th May
    United in diversity
    Why that
    many stars?
    The Anthem
    Draw the European flag...
  • 8. What do you notice about the parties?
    Which of these people is your MEP?
    Vicky Ford
    Conservative
    (European Conservatives and Reformists)
    Stuart Agnew
    UK Independence Party
    (Europe of freedom and Democracy Group)
    Trick Answer... they all are!
    Richard Howitt
    Labour
    (Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament)
    David Campbell Bannerman
    UK Independence
    (Europe of freedom and Democracy Group)
    Andrew Duff
    Liberal Democrat
    (Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe)
    Geoffrey Van Orden
    Conservative
    European Conservatives and Reformists
    Robert Sturdy
    Conservative
    (European Conservatives and Reformists)
  • 9. Free movement of money
    Free movement of services
    Free movement of people
    Free movement of goods
    Nutella releases energy slowly, so it can be part of a balanced breakfast
    Name two benefits you get from being in the EU
  • 10. Which of these is not an EU Treaty?
    Treaty of Rome
    Treaty of Maastricht*
    Treaty of Amsterdam
    Treaty of Nice*
    Treaty of Lisbon*
  • 11. Name two countries in Western Europe who are not in the EU.
    Clue one:
    Vikings and people
    Clue Two:
    Toblerone and clocks.
    Norway
    Switzerland
  • 12. How many people are there in the EU (approximately)?
    495,000,000!
  • 13. When was the EU formed?
    March 25, 1957*
    *But it wasn’t called the EU then!
    How the EU expanded....
  • 14. Which of the following is not protected under the EU?
    1
    3
    2
  • 15. Why have Sky TV, football and the EU been in the news recently?
  • 16. Which country holds the current presidency of the Council?
    From June 2011... it is....
    Bonus Question:
    When will the UK hold the presidency?
    2015/2017/2019/2021
  • 17. Plenary:
    Using what you have learnt this lesson, how many of the following questions can you answer?
    Name twoinstitutions of the European Union
    How are MEPs organised in the Parliament?
    How long does a country hold the presidency for?
    Which is the most recent treaty?
    When did this treaty come into force?
    Are the EURO and the EU the same thing?
    Who can take a case to the European Courts?
    How often are the European elections?
    Name two countries who signed the Treaty of Rome
    Give two of the ‘freedoms’ essential to the EU.