After the late and successive official recommendations to adopt English in higher education, there have started over calls for substituting French with the Shakespeare language in Moroccan curricula. That’s what did provoke a wide dispute in the... Read more »
The Moroccan Resource Centers of English Network, known among Moroccan ETL community as Morce-NET for short, has recently organized its 3rd Annual conference on the theme: “ Resource Centers: Resourceful teaching and learning at the center” on... Read more »
Germany’s young footballer Danny Blum has announced his reversion to Islam, describing his new faith as a religion of hope and strength. “Islam gives me hope and strength. Prayer calms my soul,” Blum told Bild newspaper on... Read more »
Stating Shahadah at the Council of Ulama‘s (scholars) office in Nador, a Spanish citizen aged 36 declared her conversion to Islam. On such great life occasion, the new Muslim convert further changed her name from “Speranza” to... Read more »
Intercultural pedagogies theorists and cultural studies scholars have no controversies over the fact that language is the appropriate realm for the formation, contestation and negotiation of identities. As a matter of fact, language teaching and learning are... Read more »
“My name is Amine” is more of an educational project than a literary work. It’s a novel that falls into eight chapters. Each chapter is followed by reading comprehension following THE SQ4R approach. The novel can be... Read more »
The video below, released by Aljazeera Channel, is about a breathtaking story of a very remarkable Moroccan surgeon and his remarkable deeds vis-à-vis poor patients who lack the means to pay for a high price heart operation.... Read more »
Grammar is the backbone of any language. It is the womb that gives birth to sentences. These sentences are fertilized using grammar to form correct and appropriate speech. Teaching grammar requires numerous skills and different activities. Grammar... Read more »
Agadir – When it comes to extended families, almost everyone can state or recall some funny or colorful character from his own. A friend once told me he happened to have one of the weirdest, funniest... Read more »
It is with great enthusiasm that New Selouane Middle school English club – Nador – resumes its activities by renewing the board to give it a little bit a new start, and a new flavor. The headmaster, ... Read more »
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