Should all school pupils be made to learn at least one foreign language? Opinions.
1-it's difficult to support the theory all children should learn a foreign language when most appear to be so woefully inadequate in their native tongue. http://www.helium.com/debates/124525-should-all-school-pupils-be-made-to-learn-at-least-one-foreign-language 2-Foreign languages are important for the individual pupil. Employers value people who are able to speak more than one language. Learning a language will therefore help students get good jobs when they are older. It will also increase their understanding of other cultures. http://www.idebate.org/debatabase/topic_details.php?topicID=524 3-it is also important for English-speakers to learn foreign languages, since not everyone speaks English. And it is polite to be able to speak some of another person’s language. Governments should try to promote economic growth. Since languages are important for the economy, governments should make all young people learn them.
http://debatepedia.idebate.org/en/index.php/Debate:_Compulsory_foreign_languages_in_school 4-Requiring school pupils to learn at least one foreign language makes them more responsible and capable global citizens.
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5-Foreign languages are important for the individual pupil. Employers value people who are able to speak more than one language. (http://debatepedia.idebate.org/en/index.php/Debate:_Compulsory_foreign_languages_in_school)
1-In today’s world, with instant communication, and widespread travel, we humans come into contact with people of other lands, other cultures, and speaking foreign languages, much more frequently than in former times. ( Carolyn Tytler)
2-A foreign language is important to learn for a few reasons. The first reason as to why it is important to learn is because it gives you a highly competitive edge over those who do not know a foreign language....
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