06:00 to 18:00
(daylight hours: 6 am to 6 pm)
18:00 to 06:00
(night-time hours: 6 pm to 6 am)

Back home for the evening

Back home for the evening

Have dinner - Meat and 2 veg?  fish'n'chips?

The EU has policies to support farmers and fishermen to ensure a plentiful supply of food among member states.

Questions:
What should we do about declining stocks of cod in the North Sea? Total ban for some years?  Find out more

The Common Agricultural Policy takes up over 40 per cent of the EU budget. Why should we subsidise farmers?

Common Agricultural Policy
The EU common agricultural policy is fundamental to EU farming and for the agri-food sector as a whole, with its 19 million jobs. The policy ensures that farming and preservation of the environment go hand in hand. It is equally vital role in issues such as climate change, water management, bioenergy and biodiversity.

Find out more


Take medicine

EU rules on description of contents, stating expiry date etc

Labelling of medicines
The EU has laws on the labelling of medicines so that patients can use the medicines correctly.

More info here


Take the dog for a walk

EU has set up a pet passport so that pets can travel across borders without needing to go into quarantine. Find out more

Question: have you ever taken a pet abroad on holiday? Were there problems?

More info here


Surf the net

The EU has laws that protects the rights of consumers who purchase over the internet. Find out more.


Games / tasks

How do other countries spend their evenings at home. If any students from abroad, get them to talk and compare.

Research: Find out what Poles eat for dinner? Check out Polish food in your local supermarket.

Find out: What TV programmes do children watch in other countries – for instance in Spain, if Spanish is taught in school.

A glimpse of Spanish TV - click for large version   You can click for a larger picture



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Back home for the evening
Take medicine
Take the dog for a walk
Surf the net
Games / tasks