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1. of, relating to, or characteristic of contemporary styles or schools of art, literature, music, etc., esp those of an experimental kind
2. belonging or relating to the period in history from the end of the Middle Ages to the present

modern

Current. The latest. Typically refers to the most recent model of hardware or version of software.
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BUSINESS CLASS: Language teachers (from left) Lynne Hill, Vicky Addy and Dominique Rebout, who have set up The Modern language School after losing their jobs at Kirklees College
A FORMER North East headteacher claims the reduction in the number of pupils taking modern languages at GCSE is because the exams are harder than other subjects.
The Association for Language Learning, the Association of School and College Leaders and the Independent Schools' Modern Languages Association criticised the QCA's decision.
The pilot, now in its third year, aims to boost the numbers of youngsters who are fluent in a modern language.
Enrollment in ASL college classes was up more than 400 percent from 1998 to 2002, according to the Modern Language Association.
Peacock's acknowledged mastery of form uniquely applied to contemporary material, including traditionally shunned sexual references, creates a subtle relevance for poetic ritual applied to modern language and matter.
The Modern Language Association survey of 780 colleges in 2002 found that 1.
Event: Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, 30 September to 2 October 2004, in Boulder.
Du Bois, the career of Quincy Troupe, a Modern Language Association conference that included a discussion of Reed's work, and the fallout from September 11, 2001.
Delegates at the Modern Language Association, the nation's largest academic conference, voted overwhelmingly to censure Yale for "failing to protect the rights of Yale's graduate teaching staff to participate in union activities, including job actions, without fear of reprisals against their academic careers.
With regard to languages, I have witnessed year after year the huge queues at enrolment for modern language classes and I know that people are turned away disappointed when classes are full .
of Nottingham) offer advice on teaching modern language in elementary schools to teachers in training, teacher educators, and experienced teachers who specialize in teaching modern languages.

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