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|Institution:||Chouaib Doukkali University|
|Email:||click here to access email|
|State and/or Country:||Morocco|
|Specialty:||Literacy Practices, Adult Basic Education, Emergent Literacy, Ethnography, Morocco|
Erguig, R. (2010). 'They don't care much about us!': An ethnographic inquiry into the profile and performance of two Moroccan Adult Basic Education trainers. Manuscript in preparation.
Erguig, R. (2010). 'I have become somebody!' The vernacular literacy practices of a newly literate Moroccan woman. Manuscript in preparation.
Erguig, R. (2010). Gender Issues and the everyday Life Literacy Practices of a Newly Literate Moroccan Woman. Manuscript in preparation.
Erguig, R. (2009). Moroccan High-School Students' Literacy Practices and Socio-Cultural Background. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Erguig, R. (2009). An Ethnographic Study of the Literacy Practices of Newly Literate Moroccan Women. Unpublished manuscript of post-doctoral project submitted to the Moroccan-American Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange for a Fulbright grant.
Erguig, R. (2006b). Uses and functions of Literacy in Morocco. Research in African Languages and Linguistics, 7.
Erguig, R. (2005). Conceptions of Literacy in Morocco from the 1960's to the 1990's. Languages and Linguistics, 15&16, 133-150.
English Language Teaching
Erguig, R. (2009). The Use of Information Technologies and Audiovisual Media in ELT: The Department of English in El Jadida, Morocco, as a Case Study [Electronic version available]. Porta Linguarum, 9, 115-128.
Erguig, R. (2006d). The Implementation of the New Reform in Higher Education: A preliminary assessment – The case of the Department of English in El Jadida. Revue de la Faculté des Lettres El Jadida, 10, 31-59.
Erguig, R. (2006c, autumn). Public High-School Teachers of English and Information Technology. MATE Newsletter, 27 (2), 7-14.
Erguig, R. & Khtou, H. (2006a). Assessment in Higher Education: A shift from Terminal to Continuous Assessment. Languages and Linguistics, 17, 99-18.
Erguig, R. (2001, summer). Reading comprehension: The teaching of reading in curriculum and methodology. MATE Newsletter, 20 (1).
Erguig, R. (2009). Idioms, Phrasal Verbs and Collations: An Exercise Book for Intermediate and Advanced Moroccan Learners of English. Rabat: Author.
|Courses Taught:||Orality and literacy, Terminology, Research Methods, Study Skills I and II, Communication Skills, Spoken English and Listening Comprehension, Advanced Listening and Speaking, Initiation to Morph-Syntax, Writing Paragraphs, Composition I: Narrative, Description and Process Writing.|
|Dissertation Abstract:||Uses and Functions of Literacy in Morocco from 1960s to 1990s|
|Academic Paper Abstract:||
An Ethnographic Study of the Literacy Practices of Newly Literate Moroccan Women
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