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Language in Contemporary Society

LANGUAGE IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY There have been significant changes in recent years in the study of foreign languages in British Schools - take a look and draw your own conclusions. * Website: www.businesslanguageservices.co.uk Pupils sitting a GCSE in a foreign language Since 2004 90% of Primary Schools are already teaching a foreign language 75% 2002 students are no longer required to study a foreign language from 10% AGE 43% There is no statutory requirement to teach a modem foreign language at 2010 14 Key Stages 1 and 2 Top GCSE foreign languages Decline in pupils taking GCSE French in 2011 500000 r 347,000 Pupils 154, 221 66, 021 60, 887 178,000 Pupils 80,000 160.000 Pupils French Spanish German 2001 2010 Over a decade 45% Overall Drop there was a in students taking a foreign language at GCSE level 45% In 1996, 75% more sales on average For companies that use language and cultural skills of internet content was in English. Today, the reverse is true: 75% of the content is now in other languages. www.businesslanguageservices.co.uk

Language in Contemporary Society

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There have been significant changes in recent years in the study of foreign languages in British Schools - take a look at this infographic.

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