Journal of Applied Language and Culture Studies

 
Journal of Applied Language and Culture Studies (JALCS) grew out of the need to provide a forum for the Applied Language and Culture Studies Lab members and doctoral students as well as other Moroccan and international researchers to publish stimulating, well-written, and scientifically rigorous peer-reviewed research on topics relevant to the broad fields of linguistics, culture and translation. As a platform for the discussion and dissemination of research based on both new and fundamental approaches to applied language, culture and translation studies, JALCS aspires to become a beneficial influence on the academic community in Morocco and beyond.


No 1 (2018): Trends and Issues in TEFL in Moroccan Higher Education (Edited by: Reddad Erguig)

Table of Contents

Introduction

Introduction
Reddad Erguig
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7-11

Articles

John D. Battenburg
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15-24
Bouchaib Benzehaf
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25-41
Reddad Erguig
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43-64
Hicham Zyad
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65-80
Ikbal Zeddari
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81-103

Varia

Daouia Laaboudi, Mohamed Marouane
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107-131
Ayoub Noamane
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133-164

Dissertation Summaries

An Evaluation of Select Moroccan ELT Textbooks: Investigating Social, Cultural, Linguistic and Pedagogical
Hassan Ait Bouzid
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167-170
Aspects of the Clause Structure and Word Formation in Arabic: A Distributed Morphology Analysis
Ayoub Loutfi
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171-174