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Worksheets for Europe Day
1. National anthems – recognising 15national anthems
2. Flags – matching the flags with 10 count...
1. National anthems
Students watch a short video of European anthems and they need to name the countries int he order
of a...
Name the numbered countries on the map and match them with their countries! Watch out! There
are TWO EXTRA flags!
COUNTRY ...
A. B.
C. D.
E. F.
G. H.
I. J.
K. L.
Solution:
1. Italy - G
2. UK - D
3. France- I
4. Austria- E
5. Germany- K
6. Portugal- H
7. Poland- J
8. Finland- F
9. Est...
Atudents fill in a quiz about the opeartion of the EU. They can use the booklet on „How the
European Union works”. It can ...
_____The Treaties of Rome
_____the Maastricht Treaty
_____The Treaty of Amsterdam
_____The Treaty of Paris
_____The Single...
The current European Data Protection Supervisor is Emily O’ Reilly. ________
The Committee of the Regions has 353 members ...
SOLUTIONS
How does the EU work?
I. Put the following treaties of the EU in chronological order. Start with th earliest (nr...
VIII. Where is the location of the Eorupean Court?
Luxembourg
IX. How many member countries uses Euro as the official curr...
4. How big is it?
Students need to put the countries in rank order according to their size. They can use the map for
help!...
Solution:
Put the countries in rank order according to their size!
___8.__ Germany 357. 114 km2
__10.__ France with overse...
5. National food
Students need to decide which country the following dishes are from!
points: 20 points (country) + 20 poi...
Which countries are the following dishes from? Some countries can appear more times
1.
3.
5.
7.
9.
National dishes
Which c...
11. 12.
13. 14.
15. 16.
17. 18
.
19. 20.
Megoldás:
1. Greece – Moussaka
2. Switzerland – cheese fondue
3. UK – Sunday roast
4. Lithuania – Cepelinai
5. Hungary – g...
Speed up!
The team must list all the EU member, candidate and potential candidate countries with
their cpaital cities. Eac...
20. N
21. P
22. P
23. R
24. Sl
25. Sl
26. S
27. S
28. U
Candidate countries:
29. Ma
30. Mo
31. Se
32. T
33. Al
Potencial c...
SOLUTION:
The team must list all the EU member, candidate and potential candidate countries with
their cpaital cities. Eac...
20. Netherlands Amsterdam
21. Poland Warsaw
22. Portugal Lisbon
23. Romania Bukarest
24. Slovakia Bratislava
25. Slovenia ...
7. Picture this!
You can see 20 pictures with European sights. There are sights not only from the member
states but also f...
PICTURE THIS!
Name the countries where the following sights can be found!
1.
2.
3. 4.
5.
6. 7. 8.
9. 10. 11. 12.
13. 14. 1...
Solution:
1. Auszria : Wien (Schönbrun Castle)
2. Belgium: Brussels, Manneken piss
3. Serbia: Belgrade/St Sava Church
4. C...
8. European faces
Name the following European people!
1. famous Swedish band from th
e70s
2. British writer, Queen of crim...
12. Ancient Greek writer, the
author of Illiad
13. spanyol festőművész, híres
kubista stílusáról
14. Irish rock band
15. C...
European faces
1. __________________________
2. __________________________
3. __________________________
4. ______________...
Solution:
1. Abba
2. Agatha Christie
3. Albert Einstein
4. Anne Frank
5. Antonio Vivaldi
6. Astrid Lindgren
7. Carmen Kass...
9. Languages
Students have to recognise 10 different European languages :
1. Spanish
2. Croatian
3. Italian
4. Holland
5. ...
L’Unione europea (UE) è una famiglia di paesi europei democratici che si sono impegnati a lavorare
insieme per la pace e l...
einzelstaatlichen Souveränität haben sie diesen Organen übertragen, damit in bestimmten
Angelegenheiten von gemeinsamem In...
10. Mondd meg ki vagyok!
Students need to guess the words according to the statements. The less statements they need the
m...
2. There are 28 of us.
3. At the beginning of the EU there were only 6 of us.
4. We had 10 new members in 2004.
5. We rece...
2. I was introduced in some countries on 1st January 1999.
3. I am the official currency of 18 member countries.
4. I am u...
European puzzle
Students need to put 10 jigsaw puzzles together in a given time and also name the things on the
pictures a...
6. Botticelli: Venus, Italy
7. Santorini, Greece
8. Westminster Palace– London, UK
9. Atomium- Brussels, Belgium
10. Vince...
13. Jeopardy about the EU
the game is pkayed by two teams. They choose a cathegory and a value to that. I fanser the quest...
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  1. 1. Worksheets for Europe Day 1. National anthems – recognising 15national anthems 2. Flags – matching the flags with 10 countries based on a map 3. About EU in a nutshell – quiz questions about the operation of the EU 4. How big is it? – putting countries in rank order according to their size with the help of a map 5. National food – Naming national dishes 6. Speed it up! – students have 10 minutes to list all the member and potential member countries with their capital cities 7. Picture this! – Recognising famous European places 8. European faces – recognising famous Europeans 9. Languages – recognising European languages 10. Tell me who I am! – Guessing 10 EU-related words based on statements. 11. Puzzle- Students need to put puzzles together and name the things on it 12. Iin IT room – creating a poster on Erasmus+ programme , searching for information 13. EuropeanJeopardy
  2. 2. 1. National anthems Students watch a short video of European anthems and they need to name the countries int he order of appearance. https://youtu.be/MBJq37t9dGg Solution: 1. Belgium 2. Germany 3. France 4. Lithuania 5. Hungary 6. Croatia 7. Italy 8. Finland 9. Ireland 10. Denmark 11. Malta 12. United Kingdom 13. Norway 14. Spain 15. Anthem of the EO (Ode to Joy) 2. Flag
  3. 3. Name the numbered countries on the map and match them with their countries! Watch out! There are TWO EXTRA flags! COUNTRY FLAG 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
  4. 4. A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K. L.
  5. 5. Solution: 1. Italy - G 2. UK - D 3. France- I 4. Austria- E 5. Germany- K 6. Portugal- H 7. Poland- J 8. Finland- F 9. Estonia- A 10. Czech Republic- B 3. About EU in a nutshell
  6. 6. Atudents fill in a quiz about the opeartion of the EU. They can use the booklet on „How the European Union works”. It can be downloaded in PDF format: http://bookshop.europa.eu/en/how-the-european-union-works-pbNA0414810/ How does the EU work? I. Put the following treaties of the EU in chronological order. Start with th earliest (nr 1)! _____ The Treaty of Nice
  7. 7. _____The Treaties of Rome _____the Maastricht Treaty _____The Treaty of Amsterdam _____The Treaty of Paris _____The Single European Act _____The Treaty of Lisbon II. Some Maths! Add how many EU Parliament members do these countries have altogether in the European Parliament! Croatian + Lithuania + Hungary + Italy + Spain = How many percent is it of the EU Parliament? III. Who is the President of the European Council? IV. Which country fulffills the role of the Presidency of the Council at the moment? bonus question: When was Hungary in this role? V. What is the total population of the EU? VI. Who compose the European Commission? bonus question: who is the present Hungarian Commissioner? VII. What is ’Eurostat’? VIII. Where is the location of the Court of Justice? IX. How many member countries uses Euro as the official currency? X. Decide whether the statements are True or Flase! If they are flase correct them to make them true! The EU has 28 members. _______
  8. 8. The current European Data Protection Supervisor is Emily O’ Reilly. ________ The Committee of the Regions has 353 members _______ The location of the European Court of Auditors is Brussels. ________ Euro is the official currency in Latvia. ______ The European Council nominates a new Commission every four years ______ The current president of the European Commission is Jean-Claude Juncker. ______ Luxemburg has the smallest population within the EU. ________ The biggest political group within the European Parliament is the European People’s Party _______ The EU was formed with the Treaty of Maastricht. ______
  9. 9. SOLUTIONS How does the EU work? I. Put the following treaties of the EU in chronological order. Start with th earliest (nr 1)! __6___ The Treaty of Nice __2___The Treaties of Rome __4___the Maastricht Treaty __6___The Treaty of Amsterdam __1___The Treaty of Paris __3___The Single European Act __7___The Treaty of Lisbon II. Some Maths! Add how many EU Parliament members do these countries have altogether in the European Parliament! Croatian + Lithuania + Hungary + Italy + Spain =11+ 11 + 21 + 73 + 54 = 170 How many percent is it of the EU Parliament? 170 : 751 = 22.6% III. Who is the President of the European Council? Donuld Tusk IV. Which country fulffills the role of the Presidency of the Council at the moment? bonus question: When was Hungary in this role? The Netherlands January – June 2011 V. What is the total population of the EU? 505 572,5 thousand VI. Who compose the European Commission? bonus question: who is the present Hungarian Commissioner? Commissioners appointed by the member states Navracsics Tibor VII. What is ’Eurostat’? Eurostat is the statistical office of the European Union and part of the Commission. Its task is to provide the EU with statistics at European level that enable comparisons to be made between countries and regions. Where is the location of the Court of Justice?
  10. 10. VIII. Where is the location of the Eorupean Court? Luxembourg IX. How many member countries uses Euro as the official currency? 19 X. Decide whether the statements are True or Flase! If they are flase correct them to make them true! The EU has 28 members. __T_____ The current European Data Protection Supervisor is Emily O’ Reilly. ____F____ombudsman The Committee of the Regions has 353 members ___T____ The location of the European Court of Auditors is Brussels. ___F_____Luxembourg Euro is the official currency in Latvia. __T____ The European Council nominates a new Commission every four years __F____five years The current president of the European Commission is Jean-Claude Juncker. ___T___ Luxemburg has the smallest population within the EU. ___F_____Malta The biggest political group within the European Parliament is the European People’s Party ___T____ The EU was formed with the Treaty of Maastricht. __T____
  11. 11. 4. How big is it? Students need to put the countries in rank order according to their size. They can use the map for help! Put the countries in rank order according to their size! ______ Germany ______ France with overseas territories ______ Finland ______ Malta ______ Italy ______ United Kingdom ______ Hungary ______ Slovakia ______ Spain ______ Netherlands Guess the total area of the EU! _____________
  12. 12. Solution: Put the countries in rank order according to their size! ___8.__ Germany 357. 114 km2 __10.__ France with overseas territories kb. 675 ezer km2 ___7.__ Finland 338. 424 km2 ___1.___ Malta 316 km2 ___6__ Italy301. 336 km2 ___5__ United Kingdom 242. 900 km2 ___4__ Hungary 93. 036 km2 ___3.__ Slovakia 49. 037 km2 ___9.__ Spain 505. 992 km2 ___2.__ Netherlands 37. 354 km2 Guess the total area of the EU! 4. 271. 600 km2
  13. 13. 5. National food Students need to decide which country the following dishes are from! points: 20 points (country) + 20 points (name of the dish)= 40 points
  14. 14. Which countries are the following dishes from? Some countries can appear more times 1. 3. 5. 7. 9. National dishes Which countries are the following dishes from? Some countries can appear more times 2. 4. 6. 8. 10. Which countries are the following dishes from? Some countries can appear more times!
  15. 15. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18 . 19. 20.
  16. 16. Megoldás: 1. Greece – Moussaka 2. Switzerland – cheese fondue 3. UK – Sunday roast 4. Lithuania – Cepelinai 5. Hungary – goulash 6. Germany – Sauerbraten 7. Spain – Paella 8. Belgium – Mussels-fries 9. France- Cassoulet 10. Italy – pizza 11. Finland – karjalanpiirakka 12. Czech Republic- Vepřo knedlo zelo (knédli) 13. Netherlands – Stamppot 14. Serbia – Ćevapčići 15. Slovakia- Bryndzové halušky 16. Turkey – kebab 17. UK: Fish and chips 18. Luxemburg - Judd mat Gaardebounen 19. UK – roast beef with Yorkshire pudding 20. Spain- churros
  17. 17. Speed up! The team must list all the EU member, candidate and potential candidate countries with their cpaital cities. Each correct answer is worth 1 point, if the capital is missing, 0.5 point. They have a maximum of 10 minutes for this task Maximum: 35 points Countries, capitals Member countries, candidate countries and potential candidate countries and their capital cities: COUNTRY CAPITAL 1. A 2. B 3. B 4. Cr 5. C 6. Cz 7. D 8. Es 9. F 10. F 11. G 12. G 13. H 14. I 15. Ir 16. La 17. L 18. L 19. M
  18. 18. 20. N 21. P 22. P 23. R 24. Sl 25. Sl 26. S 27. S 28. U Candidate countries: 29. Ma 30. Mo 31. Se 32. T 33. Al Potencial candidate countries: 34. Bo 35. Kos
  19. 19. SOLUTION: The team must list all the EU member, candidate and potential candidate countries with their cpaital cities. Each correct answer is worth 1 point, if the capital is missing, 0.5 point. They have a maximum of 10 minutes for this task Maximum: 35 points Countries, capitals Member countries, candidate countries and potential candidate countries and their capital cities: COUNTRY CAPITAL 1. Austria Wien 2. Belgium Brussels 3. Bulgaria Sofia 4. Croatia Zagreb 5. Ciprus Nicosia 6. Czech Republic Prague 7. Denmark Copenhagen 8. Estonia Tallinn 9. Finland Helsinki 10. France Paris 11. Germany Berlin 12. Greece Athens 13. Hungary Budapest 14. Italy Rome 15. Ireland Dublin 16. Latvia Riga 17. Lithuania Vilnius 18. Luxemburg Luxembourg 19. Malta La Valetta
  20. 20. 20. Netherlands Amsterdam 21. Poland Warsaw 22. Portugal Lisbon 23. Romania Bukarest 24. Slovakia Bratislava 25. Slovenia Ljubljana 26. Spain Madrid 27. Sweden Stockholm 28. United Kingdom London Candidate countries: 29. Macedonia Skopje 30. Montenegro Podgorica 31. Serbia Belgrade 32. Turkey Ankara 33. Albania Tirana Potencial candidate countries: 34. Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo 35. Kosovo Prishtina
  21. 21. 7. Picture this! You can see 20 pictures with European sights. There are sights not only from the member states but also from the candidate and potential candidate countries! Points: 40 points altogether: 20 points (country) + 20 points (sight)
  22. 22. PICTURE THIS! Name the countries where the following sights can be found! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.
  23. 23. Solution: 1. Auszria : Wien (Schönbrun Castle) 2. Belgium: Brussels, Manneken piss 3. Serbia: Belgrade/St Sava Church 4. Czech Republic: Prague (Charles Bridge) 5. Denmark: (Coppenhagen):The Little Mermaid 6. UK: London, Tower Bridge 7. France : Paris, Eiffel tower 8. Greece: Meteors 9. Netherlands: Kinderdijk-elsout – mills + tulips 10. Croatia: Pula 11. Ireland: Moher rocks 12. Hungary: Hévíz 13. Malta: Valletta (capital) 14. Germany: Dome of Köln 15. Italy - (Vatican): St Peter Cathedral 16. Greece: Athens, Parthenon 17. Spain: Alhambra 18. Slovenia: Ljubljana, Dragon bridge 19. Turkey: Istambul 20. Bosnia-Hercegovina: Mostar
  24. 24. 8. European faces Name the following European people! 1. famous Swedish band from th e70s 2. British writer, Queen of crime 3. German scientist, discovered relativity in 1905 4. holland writer whose diary is the most-widely read Holocaust writing 5. Italian composer, he composed Four Seasons 6.Swedish writer 7. Estonian supermodel 8. Polish composer and pianist 9. French fashion designer from the 20th century 10. British singer from a Cyprarian father 11. Danish tale writer, the author of „The Ugly Duckling” and „The Little Mermaid”
  25. 25. 12. Ancient Greek writer, the author of Illiad 13. spanyol festőművész, híres kubista stílusáról 14. Irish rock band 15. Czech writer and politician 16. Portugal explorer 17. Austrian composer who wrote the first opera in 1770 at the age of 14 18. Polish scientist, the discoverer of Radium 19. Italian painter, architect and inventor 20. British writer, the author of Harry Potter series
  26. 26. European faces 1. __________________________ 2. __________________________ 3. __________________________ 4. __________________________ 5. __________________________ 6. __________________________ 7. __________________________ 8. __________________________ 9. __________________________ 10. _________________________ 11. _________________________ 12. _________________________ 13. _________________________ 14. _________________________ 15. _________________________ 16. _________________________ 17. _________________________ 18. _________________________ 19. _________________________ 20. _________________________
  27. 27. Solution: 1. Abba 2. Agatha Christie 3. Albert Einstein 4. Anne Frank 5. Antonio Vivaldi 6. Astrid Lindgren 7. Carmen Kass 8. Fryderiyk Chopin 9. Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel 10. George Michael 11. Hans Christian Andersen 12. Homer 13. Pablo Picasso 14. U2 15. Vaclav Havel 16. Vasco da Gama 17. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 18. Marie Curie (Maria Sklodowska) 19. Leonardo da Vinci 20. J. K. Rowling
  28. 28. 9. Languages Students have to recognise 10 different European languages : 1. Spanish 2. Croatian 3. Italian 4. Holland 5. Finnish 6. Lithuanian 7. German 8. French 9. English 10. Irish It can be downloaded from here: http://europa.eu/about-eu/facts-figures/administration/index_en.htm After recognition, students need to match the texts with the languages Spanish: Europeos unidos en la diversidad La Unión europea (UE) es una familia de países europeos democráticos, que se han comprometido a trabajar juntos en aras de la paz y la prosperidad. No se trata de un Estado destinado a sustituir a los actuales Estados, pero es más que cualquier otra organización internacional. En realidad, la UE es única. Sus Estados miembros han creado instituciones comunes en las que delegan parte de su soberanía, con el fin de que se puedan tomar democráticamente decisiones sobre asuntos específicos de interés común, a escala europea. Croatian: Građani Europske unije ujedinjeni u različitosti Europska unija (EU) zajednica je europskih demokratskih država koje zajedničkim naporima teže uspostavi mira i blagostanja. Ona nije nastala s namjerom da se zamijene postojeće države, već predstavlja tvorevinu koja nadilazi okvire još jedne međunarodne organizacije. Europska unija zapravo je jedinstvena. Njezine su zemlje članice uspostavile zajedničke institucije na koje su prenijele dio suvereniteta kako bi se odluke o određenim pitanjima od zajedničkog interesa mogle demokratski donositi na europskoj razini. Italian: Gli europei: uniti nella diversità
  29. 29. L’Unione europea (UE) è una famiglia di paesi europei democratici che si sono impegnati a lavorare insieme per la pace e la prosperità. Non è uno Stato che si propone di sostituire gli Stati esistenti, ma è qualcosa di più rispetto alle altre organizzazioni internazionali. L’UE è infatti qualcosa di unico. I suoi Stati membri hanno creato una serie di istituzioni comuni a cui delegano una parte della loro sovranità in modo che le decisioni su questioni specifiche di interesse comune possano essere prese democraticamente a livello europeo. Holland: De Europeanen: eenheid in verscheidenheid De Europese Unie (EU) is een familie van democratische Europese landen die gezamenlijk aan vrede en welvaart willen werken. De Europese Unie is geen nieuwe staat die in de plaats komt van de bestaande staten, maar verschilt wel van alle andere internationale organisaties. Meer nog, de Europese Unie is uniek. De lidstaten van de EU hebben gemeenschappelijke instellingen opgericht waaraan zij een deel van hun soevereiniteit overdragen, zodat er op Europees niveau democratische beslissingen over specifieke vraagstukken van gemeenschappelijk belang kunnen worden genomen. Finnish: Eurooppalaiset yhdessä mutta yksilöinä Euroopan unioni (EU) koostuu demokraattisista valtioista, jotka ovat sitoutuneet työskentelemään yhdessä rauhan ja hyvinvoinnin saavuttamiseksi. Se ei ole valtio, jonka olisi tarkoitus korvata nykyiset valtiot, mutta se on kuitenkin enemmän kuin kansainvälinen järjestö. Itse asiassa EU on ainutlaatuinen organisaatio. Sen jäsenvaltiot ovat perustaneet yhteisiä toimielimiä, joille ne ovat siirtäneet tiettyjä toimivaltuuksia, jotta Euroopan kannalta merkittävistä asioista olisi mahdollista tehdä demokraattisia päätöksiä Euroopan tasolla. Lithuanian: Susivieniję ir įvairovę išlaikantys europiečiai Europos Sąjunga (ES) yra demokratinių Europos valstybių šeima, pasiryžusi taikos ir gerovės labui veikti išvien. Ji nėra nauja valstybė, pakeisianti esamas valstybes. ES daug kuo skiriasi ir nuo kitų tarptautinių organizacijų. Iš tikrųjų ji yra unikali organizacija. Jos valstybės narės yra įsteigusios bendras institucijas, kurioms perduoda dalį savo suvereniteto, kad tam tikri visoms rūpimi klausimai būtų demokratiškai sprendžiami Europos lygmeniu. German: Die Europäer: in Vielfalt vereint Die Europäische Union (EU) ist ein Zusammenschluss demokratischer europäischer Länder, die sich der Wahrung des Friedens und dem Streben nach Wohlstand verschrieben haben. Sie versteht sich nicht als ein neuer Staat, der an die Stelle bestehender Staaten tritt. Allerdings ist die Europäische Union auch mehr als alle sonstigen internationalen Organisationen. Die EU ist im Wortsinne einzigartig. Die Mitgliedstaaten der EU haben gemeinsame Organe eingerichtet. Teile ihrer
  30. 30. einzelstaatlichen Souveränität haben sie diesen Organen übertragen, damit in bestimmten Angelegenheiten von gemeinsamem Interesse auf europäischer Ebene demokratische Entscheidungen getroffen werden können. French: Des Européens unis dans la diversité L’Union européenne (UE) est une famille de pays démocratiques européens décidés à œuvrer ensemble à la paix et à la prospérité. Il ne s’agit pas d’un État destiné à se substituer aux États existants, mais l’Union européenne va plus loin que toute autre organisation internationale. En fait, c’est une organisation unique en son genre. Les États qui la composent ont mis en place des institutions communes auxquelles ils délèguent une partie de leur souveraineté, afin que les décisions sur des questions spécifiques d’intérêt commun puissent se prendre démocratiquement au niveau européen. Englsih: Europeans united in diversity The European Union (EU) is a family of democratic European countries, committed to working together for peace and prosperity. It is not a State intended to replace existing states, but it is more than just another international organisation. The EU is, in fact, unique. Its Member States have set up common institutions to which they delegate some of their sovereignty so that decisions on specific matters of joint interest can be made democratically at European level. Irish: Eorpaigh aontaithe san éagsúlacht Cuimsíonn an tAontas Eorpach (AE) grúpa de thíortha Eorpacha daonlathacha atá ag obair as lámha a chéile i dtreo na síochána agus an rathúnais. Ní Stát é a bheartaítear a chur in ionad na stát atá ann faoi láthair ach tá níos mó i gceist leis ná díreach eagraíocht idirnáisiúnta eile. Go deimhin níl a mhacasamhail le fáil. Tá comhinstitiúidí curtha ar bun ag a chuid Ballstát a ndéanann siad cuid dá gceannasacht a tharmligean chucu . Sa chaoi sin is féidir cinntí maidir le hábhair shonracha a bhfuil comhleas acu iontu a dhéanamh go daonlathach ag leibhéal Eorpach.
  31. 31. 10. Mondd meg ki vagyok! Students need to guess the words according to the statements. The less statements they need the more points they get! A. 1. I symbolize the unity of European people 2. I was selected the official symbol of EU in 1985 3. I can be found on all EU institutions 4. My colour is blue 5. I have 12 golden stars EUROPEAN FLAG B. 1. I am one of the symbols of the EU, I symbolize Europe and unity 2. Ludwig van Beethoven composed me in 1823. 3. My birth was inspired by fraternity among people 4. I was inspired by the ode written by Friedrich Schiller in 1785 5. I am also called the anthem of the EU, I have no text ODE TO JOY C. 1. My main duty is representing EU citizens 2. My official location is in Strasbourg, France. 3. my members are directly elected every 5 years 4. Every EU citizen can elect me. 5. After the elections of 2014 I can have maximum 751 members. EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT D. 1. We constitute the EU.
  32. 32. 2. There are 28 of us. 3. At the beginning of the EU there were only 6 of us. 4. We had 10 new members in 2004. 5. We received one more member in 2013. MEMBER STATES E. 1. I was founded in 1958. 2. My aim is developing and studying nuclear 3. I supervise a whole industry 4. I watch out not to be used for bad purposes 5. I got my current form in 1967 EURATOM F. 1. My task is to embody the common interests and common policy 2. I prepare the decisions made by the EU, make suggestions, and sometimes supervise implementation 3. There are Commissioners among me. 4. My location is Brussels. 5. My president has been Jean-Claude Juncker since 2014 november. EUROPEAN COMMISSION G. 1. I was founded by 16 states in 1949. 2. My location is Strasbourgban 3. My orders are mandatory, the member states have to legislate them. 4. I pay extra attention to human rights, social issues, education and culture 5. I made the Treaty of Human Rights a reality EUROPEAN COUNCIL H. 1. I was found out in 1992.
  33. 33. 2. I was introduced in some countries on 1st January 1999. 3. I am the official currency of 18 member countries. 4. I am used and liked outside the Union, too. 5. I entered circulation on 1 January 2002.. EURO I. 1. I got my name in 1985 during the summit of Milan. 2. I commemorate an important stage of the birth of Europe. 3. I am celebrated all over the EU. 4. I am linked to the anniversary of Schumann declaration. 5. I am celebrated on 9 May EUROPE-DAY J. 1. There are 24 of me int he EU. 2. Through me, everyone can turn to the institutions of the EU in his own language 3. All EU laws are translated to me. 4. My number is different from the number of member states as there are countries which use the same language. 5. I can be: English, German, French, Hungarian……. OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
  34. 34. European puzzle Students need to put 10 jigsaw puzzles together in a given time and also name the things on the pictures and which country they are related to. 1. 1 euro coin from Finland 2. 2 euro coin from Germany 3. the Louvre – Paris, France 4. the building of the European Parliament in Strasbourg, Francie 5. Pablo Picasso, Spain
  35. 35. 6. Botticelli: Venus, Italy 7. Santorini, Greece 8. Westminster Palace– London, UK 9. Atomium- Brussels, Belgium 10. Vincent Van Gogh - Netherlands
  36. 36. 13. Jeopardy about the EU the game is pkayed by two teams. They choose a cathegory and a value to that. I fanser the question correctly they get the points, if they don’t the points are deduced from their scores. The game in English: http://www.slideshare.net/szabjass/europaiunionjeopardyenglishl

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