Leonard Orban meets Arsenal "Double Club" school students

Type: Report   Reference: I-059491   Duration: 10:11:52  Lieu:
End production: 10/11/2008   First transmission: 10/11/2008
Leonard Orban, Member of the EC in charge of Multilingualism, welcomed Arsenal "Double Club" school students. To encourage multilingualism, the European Commission funded a visit by members of the Arsenal Double Club to Brussels. Thirty secondary school pupils, together with their teachers, visited Brussels from 6 to 10 November. The Arsenal Double Club, founded in 1998, is an initiative which teaches a wide variety of subjects, including modern foreign languages (French, German and Spanish), through the medium of football, using Arsenal's resources and information on players to help teach numbers, countries and nationalities. Hundreds of pupils participated in the 8-week after-school language learning module.

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TIME DESCRIPTION DURATION
10:11:03 Title 00:00:04
10:11:08 General view of the meeting room and arrival of Leonard Orban, Member of the EC in charge of Multilingualism (4 shots) 00:00:26
10:11:34 Leonard Orban (in ENGLISH) asking how many countries the European Union has; saying that the European Commission is composed of one Member from each Member State, so there are 27 Commissioners 00:00:18
10:11:52 General view 00:00:06
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