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European University Law

In the Academic Law University studied a mandatory two foreign languages: English and German in the amount of 4 hours per week for 3 years each. In the hse, both foreign languages – and first and second – to study 4 hours a week, but the second taught optional. In addition to traditional methods of teaching foreign languages, there are also unconventional. So, at the European University Law justo language training begins with the course of the international language Esperanto. The results of numerous studies and experiments conducted including eup Justo, indicate that students who have studied Esperanto first, and then foreign language, achieve better results in foreign languages. This phenomenon is known as the effect propaedeutic value of Esperanto.

The complexity of languages such as English, after propaedeutic rate reduced by 40%. Given the linguistic features of Esperanto, the cost of its systematic study of 1 / 10 of the time required for the study of simple ethnic language. The result is increased efficiency language learning, and for the same amount of time students study two (or more) of the language with much better results. The system of language teaching in eup Justo: The international language of Esperanto, the intensity of the course, 30 hours per week duration – 1.5 weeks. Latin language, 10 hours per week, duration – 3,5 weeks. English language intensive course of 20 hours per week, duration – 4,5 weeks (1 course), English language intensive course, 16 hours per week duration – 4,5 weeks (2 courses) in English language, an elective course, 6 hours per week, duration – 17 weeks.

Marshall

In times as these, ‘ ‘ the individual dares individualizar-se’ ‘ , to leave of living is the solution for the confusion of the modern life. The man in this social eddy is only plus one, only plus a part. The man believes modernity, as a possibility of improvements for the future, is to think of what we pass today can be solved tomorrow. The modernization was desired for the Italian futuristas. We perceive in the futurista manifesto the dither for the work, the machines and the creation of a species not – human being, that is, robotics, that stops they would be perfect for not possessing characteristic feelings of human beings. The futuristas saw the plant as an exemplary human being, models to be followed by all. Herbert Marcuse in its assay, the unidimensional man, quotation that as much Marx as Freud is obsolete.

The comfort is the true interest for the masses, a life controlled and managed by machines. The man if confuses with the machine, is an invasion uncontrolled for the technology, but accepted with naturalness for all, being what he puts into motion in them, what equals in them before the society. The modernismo in years 60 can coarsely be divided in three trends. The first trend appears as a great attempt to free the modern artists of the impurities and vulgarities of the modern life. The second trend of the modernismo, searchs the violent destruction of all our values and if it worries very little in reconstructing the worlds that put below. Third, it implies in an ideal model of exempt modern society of disturbances, extinguishing that agitation, social turbulence of the modern life. Michel Foucault was the only writer of the last decade that if it related on the modernity in significant way.

The freedom in way to the modern life is practically impossible for it. The life is as an object, of easy manuscript, without control of proper, but controlable itself for the modern technologies. It is a feeling of passivity and hopelessness in this chain the one that we are imprisoned, without enxergar the futilidade that also represents. We do not perceive that the economic growth, changes and more changes, destroy the physical and social landscapes of our past. Our identity is internationalized, is and lives as the others. Differences do not exist, if to share the same modern experiences. It is through the knowledge of the modernismo, since its roots of the past, together with the current modernismo, that we will be prepared for the adventures and perigos that will come, since this technological evolution if of every day, universally moving in one to blink of eyes. Bibliography BERMAN, Marshall.