Hi nurainiyusuf16. Here are my suggestions for you.
I hope it can be helpful for you
The information goes back from 2001 to 2007 and covers english and french languange teachers
when you write as it is written above, it means that "the teacher having a nationality of France, teaching a language". you should use the hyphen (French-language teachers) to make sure that the meaning of the sentence above is same as the question is.
2. "Meanwhile" is using when a thing happens. here is an explanation from CALDuntil something expected happens, or while something else is happening
Carl's starting college in September. Meanwhile, he's traveling around Europe.
The number of english and french languangethe number of english-language and french-language teachers
stood at the similar
4. Generally, it can be seen that
demandeddemanded for of
french languange teachers bigger than english teachers.
The range of french teachers has remained fairly stable ...
Use present perfect tense when you found that the graph shows the data to the present time. For example: the number of Indonesian people who study abroad from 2000 to 2016(until present) has increased significantly.
some of your words are misspelled. before you finish your text, it would be better for you to check your words double.