Cén chuma ar mhaith leat a bheith ar an Aontas Eorpach amach anseo? Tá grúpa de shaoránaigh Eorpacha tar éis dhá cheist déag éasca a chur le chéile, lena dtugtar deis duit na nithe is údar dóchais agus imní duit féin a chur in iúl do cheannairí Eorpacha. Beidh tionchar ag do chuid freagraí ar a bhfuil i ndán duit féin san Eoraip amach anseo!
On 25 March 1957, six countries (Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg and the Netherlands) signed the Treaty of Rome, creating the European Economic Community – the forerunner of the European Union. This year marks 60 years since this treaty was signed.
As a teacher, you might like to use this occasion to prepare a special lesson on the history of the European Union and on some of the opportunities the EU provides for young people. To this end, we present below some material that you might like to use in your lesson.
For students aged 9 to 12 years:
For students aged 12 years and older:
For students aged 15 years and older:
You may also find the following material useful:
This information may lay the grounds for a discussion on the current situation and the future of the EU. Have the hopes and dreams of the founding fathers come true? What are your students’ dreams for Europe in the next decade?