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Should every high school and college student be required to study a foreign language for at least two years?

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  • It is a basic skill.

    Yes, every high school and college student should be required to study a foreign language for at least two years, because knowing a foreign language opens a student up to new opportunities. Students can learn about other cultures. It is also a great way to learn grammar in the student's first language. Students will be more diverse if they study a foreign language for at least two years.

  • Every high school and college student should be required to study a foreign language for at least two years.

    In today's global society, it is important for students to be able to communicate in more than one language. America needs to be able to compete with other countries that are already bilingual. Although English has become the lingua franca of the 21st century, we still need to teach other langauges to students.

  • Every high school and college student should be required to study a foreign language for at least two years.

    Every high school and college student should be required to study a foreign language for at least two years. This would help in the real world with being able to obtain a position in a company that others would not have the same experiences. I think it would be good to know another language and especially for traveling reasons.

  • No, most of it is a waste of time. The trading tongue is all you need

    Depending on the times the trading tongue changes. THis learning a new language is only around mainly to cater to immigrant groups like the one I come from. Learn Spanish so you can assist them better. How about not learning spanish so immigrant groups adapt better. Is it more efficient for a nation to learn the language of an immigrant group or the immigrant group to learn the language of a nation.

    If we are truly talking about a foreign language, it should only be in first two years of college, and it should be one of the main languages, not Spanish to cater to some individuals.
    English, French, Chinese and German are the main 4 languages, and English is most of what you need. If you are going to travel is one thing, but don't put that burden and don't act out of political correctness and shove a kid with a language he doesn't need, and at the time doesn't want. Most go through out their entire lives without needing a second language. You go to Germany, learn German, if you don't go to Germany, English is the trading tongue. If you are in America, learn English, if not don't come.

    My country of origin is COlombia, and I would expect you to learn Spanish if you choose to go live there, if not English is more than sufficient. Stop catering to inefficient cultures.

    Posted by: N711
  • No, every high school student should not be required to study a foreign language.

    Requiring high school students to study a foreign language for two years is not necessary. It is almost criminal. If a person does not want to learn a foreign language, or take a class on it then they should not be required to. Our country speaks English, and that should be the only required language to learn in the USA.

  • No and ECA teacher Shapiro makes you write a paper

    He makes you write an essay on exactly this question and this is the perfect place to go for evidence. My piece of evidence that I would use is simply this. Foreign languages are not important when pursuing a job in the united states because most people know how to speak English that's why English is the national language.

  • No and ECA teacher Shapiro makes you write a paper

    He makes you write an essay on exactly this question and this is the perfect place to go for evidence. My piece of evidence that i would use is simply this. Foreign languages are not important when pursuing a job in the united states because most people know how to speak English thats why English is the national language.

  • It depends on the field your going into

    All students should not have to be forced into learning an unnecessary language not needed for their field of study. Sure, some people need to learn it if they plan on going into a field in another country, but not all plan on doing so. In conclusion, It shouldn't be required or forced to have unless having a good reason in doing so.

  • It depends on the field your going into

    All students should not have to be forced into learning an unnecessary language not needed for their field of study. Sure, some people need to learn it if they plan on going into a field in another country, but not all plan on doing so. In conclusion, It shouldn't be required or forced to have unless having a good reason in doing so.

  • Kids can't do the basics

    Why are we putting effort into teaching children languages when they are barely capable (if that) of learning their core subjects. Rather than propping kids up by giving them easier courses (seriously, how hard is the first 2 years of a language? Colors, simple conjugation), spend more time with the real courses.


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