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Swampscott High School Students Travel to Morocco

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Welcome to Moroccan-Darija

Darija is the common language spoken in the major cities of Morocco and by the majority of Moroccans. This website is dedicated to providing resources for teachers who teach English-speaking students Darija or Moroccan-speaking students English. This site aims to develop resources for teachers and students using Darija as a medium for instruction.

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The five young travelers said they were anxious, excited and not knowing what to expect on the eve of their month-long trip in Morocco.

Zach Benson, Robbie Long, Renee Cooper, Max Hanlon and Ben McGrath said they just wanted to get on the plane and get their trip underway.

They were gathered in the Swampscott High cafeteria about 7 pm Thursday. (Read More)

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