Ask: What questions do you still have about European languages and religions? Thereupon the languages Latin, Esperanto and English are analyzed to examine if one of them is able to function as the European lingua franca.Invite volunteers to share their ideas and create a class list. The nature of counterterrorism cooperation across this arc of instability still sits uncomfortably with these supposedly more sophisticated approaches to peace building. A language family is a "group of languages with a common ancestry and similar words. A new interagency coordinating committee has also been set up in Brussels to provide security input to the use of development aid. For example Latin, an ancient lingua franca, was chosen because it is a neutral language used in several fields of science, medicine and literature. In the past the EU often had to prove its flexibility and ability to adjust its administration to new entering countries with every enlargement. Nevertheless compared to other continents, Europe, with languages, has comparatively few languages Fischer , p. Moreover, choosing English as the lingua franca would disadvantage all non native speakers in the EU and all other countries besides GB. Furthermore the artificial language Esperanto was taken into consideration because it is also neutral and easily learnable. Additionally, the emerging English, as the international lingua franca, seems to put a strain on the peaceful cooperation of all 23 official languages.
What have you learned that changed that thinking? Multilingualism puts a notable strain on the functioning of the European institutions, by causing misunderstandings and immense costs of about 1 billion Euros Bormannp.Nevertheless Esperanto has been used at international conferences, in radio and television broadcasts, for books, newspapers and in social events. At this point I want to thank my tutor, Mr. Informal Assessment Have students apply these ideas about groups and regions to the issue of human migration. German and French are not included due to the lack of importance in the EU diplomacy and its complexity. Draw a five-column chart on the board and model labeling the chart with the following headings: School, City , State, Country , and Continent. Ask: What is a group? It produces reports of public opinion of certain issues relating to the European Union across the member states. Ask: What can groups be based on?
Writing the report allows students to develop competencies in a particular field within the setting of the minor program.
For example Latin, an ancient lingua franca, was chosen because it is a neutral language used in several fields of science, medicine and literature.
This also implicates the lacking neutrality of the language, which is highly required for the EU. Have students read a passage about language s of Europe.
Informal Assessment Have students apply these ideas about groups and regions to the issue of human migration. What issues related to Europe's languages and religions interest you? The tendency towards this linguistic concentration is understandable, looking at the reduced effort and costs, when only operating in a single language, in order to be understood worldwide.
It is the primary language family in the United States.
Even for each EU citizen it would provide easy access to almost every national culture of the world.