Learn about the EU

January 21st is a big day in the U.S. This is date of the 57th Presidential Inauguration  and a federal holiday honoring the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King.   For French teachers and anyone else interested in a lesson plan to connect Dr. Martin Luther King’s values to the mission of the European Union, see this link for some ideas. Please let me know if you use it…and please share student products.
https://sites.google.com/a/chccs.k12.nc.us/robin-mcmahon-french-teacher/i-have-a-dream-dr-king-and-the-eu/learningabouttheeuanddrkingsspeech

The European Union will celebrate it’s Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony in Oslo, Norway on Monday, December 10th. Share this video with your students to honor six decades of peace and democracy. Congratulations to the European Union!

Nobel Peace Prize 2012 awarded to European Union – Press pack: http://europa.eu/newsroom/highlights/eunobel/index_en.htm
Including information on the award ceremony and side events, Program 9-11 December 2012, Press contacts, Fastfacts, Who receives the Nobel Peace Prize on behalf of the European Union?, Destination of the Prize Money and the Nobel Peace Prize Medal, Youth contest “Peace, Europe, Future,” Background information, Factsheets, Schuman Declaration.

Nobel Peace Prize 2012 awarded to European Union

Nobel Peace Prize 2012 – European External Action Service

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