INF For us, the European Union is…29 juil. 2022
This activity takes place in two parts: an individual part and a collective part. For the fort individual part, each student receives 4 post'it of different colors. With these 4 post'it, they have to think about what the European Union represents for them. Thus, on the blue post'it, they write a value or a word, on the green post'it the name of a woman or a man who took part in the European construction, on the pink post'it a key date or an institution and finally on the yellow post'it, they have to draw a symbol representing the European Union. For the collective part, the students are grouped in groups of 5 maximum and must present and justify their post'it to the other members of the group. At the end of this step, they must agree and choose one post'it of each color and then go to the board to present their choice to the class.
The objective of this activity was to collect students' impressions and to show that the E.U. is an institution rich and varied in values, history. They also learn to be more comfortable speaking.