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This unit of work covers understanding and analysis of this important and topical issue. Students are asked to evaluate the facts and give their opinion through a range of activities. This issue asks students to create poems to reflect their opinions.
This resource is an issue that students cover in the Burnet News Club (www.burnetnewsclub.com)

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INTRODUCTION TO THE ISSUE
The European Union (the EU for short) is a club with 28 member countries from Europe. Its purpose is mainly to make it easier for member countries to trade (buy and sell things) with each other. There are laws and rules that member countries have to follow.

On June 23rd Britain will hold a referendum in which voters will choose whether to stay in or to leave the EU. The outcome will have a big effect on our economy, on politics and on Europe.

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salu77

6 months ago
4

A good overview on the subject and a good support for speaking activities

jmoody73

2 years ago
5

Very useful for students. Great summary of details.

profd_sam

3 years ago
4

waqaswikx

3 years ago
3

this ppt explain the major factors but not in detailed. but still useful .

lenz_eva

3 years ago
5

very useful for students!

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