一般来说,竞争激烈的大学要求高中至少有两年的外语课程。正如您将在下面看到的,斯坦福大学希望看到三年或者更长的时间,而哈佛大学则敦促申请者花四年时间。这些课程应该在同一种语言-大学更希望看到精通一种语言比表面的几种语言。当一所大学推荐“两年或者更多”一门语言时,他们清楚地表明,超过两年的语言学习将加强你的应用。事实上,无论你在哪里申请大学,精通第二语言都会提高你被录取的机会。大学生活和大学毕业后的生活正日益全球化,所以第二语言的能力对招生顾问来说非常重要。也就是说,如果他们的申请显示出在其他领域的优势,那些只有最低限度的学生可以赢得录取。一些竞争力较弱的学校甚至没有高中语言要求,并假设一些学生一旦进入大学就学习一门语言。如果你在美联社语言考试中得了4或5分,大多数大学都会考虑高中外语准备充分的证据(而且你在大学很可能获得课程学分)。和你申请的学校核实一下,看看他们的提前入学政策是什么。一般来说,大学希望看到外语水平,他们不在乎你学习哪种语言。事实上,大多数学生几乎没有选择余地。许多学校只提供两种语言,如法语和西班牙语。也就是说,如果你的外语学习与你的职业目标一致,那将是一个优势。德语和汉语都是对商业感兴趣的学生的宝贵语言,法语能力强,对于想在非洲法语国家教英语或从事公共卫生工作的人来说是理想的。2018,当哈佛大学的招生主任在法庭上就学校的招生政策作证时,他透露,学习希腊语和拉丁语的学生,对古代经典有兴趣,对许多其他申请者有轻微的优势。然而,总的来说,学习你最感兴趣的语言。让你的激情指引你。你对旅行最感兴趣的地方是哪里?什么语言最有可能与你未来的计划相交?如果你可以出国留学,你会去哪里?

澳大利亚迪肯大学教育学论文代写:第二外语教学

Generally speaking, highly competitive universities require high schools to have at least two years of foreign language courses. As you will see below, Stanford wants to see three years or more, while Harvard urges applicants to spend four years. These courses should be in the same language – universities prefer to see proficiency in several languages that are more superficial than one. When a university recommends “two years or more” a language, they make it clear that more than two years of language learning will strengthen your application. In fact, no matter where you apply for college, mastering a second language will improve your chances of being admitted. College life and life after graduation are becoming increasingly globalized, so the ability to speak a second language is very important for admission counselors. That is to say, if their application shows advantages in other fields, only the minimum number of students can win admission. Some less competitive schools do not even have high school language requirements, and assume that some students will learn a language once they enter the university. If you score 4 or 5 on the AP Language Examination, most universities will consider evidence that high school foreign languages are well prepared (and that you are likely to earn course credits at college). Check with the schools you apply for to see what their early admission policy is. Generally speaking, universities want to see foreign language proficiency. They don’t care which language you study. In fact, most students have little choice. Many schools offer only two languages, such as French and Spanish. That is to say, if your foreign language learning is consistent with your career goals, it will be an advantage. Both German and Chinese are valuable languages for business-interested students. They have strong French skills and are ideal for those who want to teach English or engage in public health work in French-speaking African countries. In 2018, when the admissions director of Harvard University testified in court about the school’s admissions policy, he revealed that students studying Greek and Latin were interested in ancient classics and had a slight advantage over many other applicants. Overall, however, learn the language you are most interested in. Let your passion guide you. Where are you most interested in traveling? What language is most likely to intersect with your future plans? If you could study abroad, where would you go?

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