The global village - PAU inglés Andalucía 2005 resuelto

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Smiling black-pupil at schoolIn Aguaviva, a remote village in Aragón, significant details suggest that life here is not typical. To begin with, the size of classes in the local school: the number of students per class is considerably higher here than in other small villages. Very few places as far from big cities as Aguaviva can pride on such a substantial attendance. This happens when many schools in the small villages of “deep Spain” close every year, anticipating the death of communities with a history that can be traced back to the Middle Ages.
In Aguaviva, another remarkable abnormality can be detected in the children’s voices: Uruguayan-accented Spanish can be heard, as well as Romanian. Foreigners now make up nearly half of all the pupils. They are all new arrivals. According to the school’s headmistress, “At the beginning, the villagers thought it was just another of those bright ideas the mayor has.
”The idea that occurred to Aguaviva’s mayor is simple: fight the danger of extinction by importing children. Foreign families with at least two children of school age can apply for a “social package”, which includes a job and a house, as long as they promise to live there for at least five years. So far ten families, carefully selected from thousands of applicants, have emigrated to Aguaviva.

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