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Foreign Language Education for Teachers

Foreign language teachers can educate individuals looking to communicate with other cultures in today's increasingly globalized society. Continue reading to discover education options and see if this field is a good fit for you.

Inside Foreign Language Education for Teachers

Since being multilingual is a recognized asset in today's global economy, there's a growing demand for language teachers. In addition to a thorough knowledge of their subject, instructors must be able to communicate well with their students to inspire and motivate them.

Education Information

Undergraduate and graduate degree programs are available in foreign language education. Kindergarten through high school teachers need bachelor's degrees in a foreign language, as well as teaching certification; a master's degree is typically required to teach foreign language at 2-year colleges, and instructors at 4-year colleges and universities need doctorates.

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