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The Language Revolution Podcast, Episode 19: Why study languages at university?

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The Language Revolution Podcast, Episode 19: Why study languages at university? Stollhans, Sascha (Speaker); Hamilton, Cate (Producer). 2020. Online : The Language Revolution.

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title = "The Language Revolution Podcast, Episode 19: Why study languages at university?",
abstract = "{"}Studying languages at university might soon be a thing of the past. Over the last decade, more than ten universities in the UK have closed their modern languages departments. There is a steep decline in the uptake of languages at GCSE, A Level and at university. Are we too late to reverse this trend? How can we empower teachers to feel confident about exploring languages? Can we enthuse pupils to love learning languages from an early age? In Episode 19, I talk to Sascha Stollhans, who teaches German at the University of Lancaster. He works closely with schools through the outreach programme and the Linguistics in MFL project. Here we talk about how to join up our efforts to {\textquoteleft}save{\textquoteright} languages, and how linguistics might be the key to the sustainable future of language education.{"}",
keywords = "Languages, Curriculum, Education, Linguistics, Teacher training, Policy, Language teaching, Educational Policy, Multilingualism",
author = "Sascha Stollhans and Cate Hamilton",
year = "2020",
month = sep,
day = "6",
language = "English",
publisher = "The Language Revolution",

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