What do your students know about the European Union? This presentation will help you explain the basics in 15-30 minutes and prepare the ground for a discussion. The notes pages contain further information and links.
'Europe in a nutshell' focuses on the basics: What is Europe about? How did the EU develop? What does it do today? The Pamphlet gives the broader picture, combining geographical, historical, cultural and political perspectives, each part being presented on one page for easy printing. It is accompanied by a teachers' guide.
What do your students know about science? This quiz can help you present scientific topics in ten different areas. The students will also discover the European Commission's science and knowledge service. The quiz works on computers, tablets and smartphones and is available in six languages.
This booklet introduces children to the EU's 24 official languages. Each language is presented on its own page, with colourful illustrations and a few basic and useful phrases such as “thank you” and “I don’t understand”. The print version contains an additional short dialogue and is accompanied by a Teachers' Guide.
This toolkit targets students between 10 and 15 years old. It was created to help teachers to introduce and discuss cultural heritage in classrooms. The idea is to invite young people to celebrate, discover and experience Europe's rich and diverse cultural heritage in a fun way. There is also an accompanying online game.
This is an educational game that encourages young people to learn more about the European Union, its current Member States and the candidate and potential candidate countries. Players travel through Europe, answering questions about the countries they pass through and play a tile-matching game to win jokers and help them move forward on their journey. The game covers various themes such as history, geography and culture, as well as general facts about the EU and how countries can become members of the EU. 'EU Trek – A journey of discovery' is available for download or can be played online.
Six regions within the European Union are featured in this comic book: Finland, Ireland, northern Poland, Portugal, southern Italy and one overseas territory, French Guiana. Facts and figures about regional policy and its various aspects complement the fictional part of the book.
The digital version of 'Partners' offers a fun and informative new experience by combining narrative and interactive elements with quizzes and games. The website contains additional information and links for teachers.
Entertaining quizzes in which your knowledge of Europe’s history and geography is tested – from rivers and mountains to capital cities, flags and monarchs. Do you know when Europe’s most famous battles were fought? Do you know which volcanoes are in which countries?
The pack is a collection of ready-to-use teaching and learning resources which aims to raise awareness among Europeans aged 11-15 of the importance of food and farming for Europe. Through a selection of diverse and complementary tools and activities, teachers can help students explore three relevant themes: food, the environment and the countryside.
The “Farmed in the EU” school project has been designed to raise awareness of the aquaculture sector among Europe’s teenagers. The project will bring students closer to fish farming and find out how it affects their local community.
"Our Planet, our Future", explains what the European Union is doing to tackle one of the greatest problems facing mankind today and how we can all do our bit to fight climate change. The magazine includes a section on science and interviews with students, as well as information on what's happening across the EU to cut greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to our changing climate. Read all about it!
Empower your students with the practical consumer skills they need for real life! The Consumer Classroom website contains a host of resources to inspire teachers – on issues from social media to citizenship and consumer rights. It also allows teachers to build lessons online and share them with students, and to swap tips with other teachers through an EU-wide online community.