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European Resources for Schools

Here are some web links to some excellent materials for schools about the EU – all of which are provided free of charge and free delivery just go to the sites and order.  They could be useful for the European Day of Languages on 26th September.

"Passport to the European Union" with new pictures and the Estonian Euro coin
Order at:
Europa publications
 
 "Languages take you further”: a useful guide with samples of the 23 official EU languages plus Welsh and Scottish Gaelic. Order at: mini language guide
  
"Let's explore Europe" for 9-12 y. olds, an A4 publication with chapters on geography, languages, history, map and quiz.
Order at:
lets explore
  
Large laminated wall maps of Europe A0, to decorate classrooms and teachers rooms.  Order at:  Wall maps 
These are not meant to be handed out to pupils. For them there is a small folded version on the back of the "Travelling in Europe" leaflet to be ordered within the selection on the next website. Alternatively the "Countries in Europe" poster also has a map.

A selection of further publications of all kinds of subjects may be ordered at http://ec.europa.eu/unitedkingdom/information/publications/index_en.htm
 
Intermediate to advanced language skills
- Let's explore Europe in French, Spanish and German
http://bookshop.europa.eu/en/let-s-explore-europe--pbNA3210251/

- Hidden disaster in French and German (this is a comic book about how the EU delivers humanitarian aid to a country struck by an earthquake) order at Hidden Disaster 
  
- For sixth formers there are also comic books about how the EU helps people to get a second chance after they e.g. been to prison or taken drugs: Take Two
 Also available is Jump Start: how the EU helps people getting started in life with their own businesses in French, Spanish, German and Italian.
available at:"Jump start"   


 



 
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