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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.

Moroccan-Born is TechBoston’s Youngest Valedictorian

Mohammed Amine Elmeghni moved to the Boston area from Morocco with his family (Jonathan wiggs/globe staff )

Moroccan Students Represent Morocco at Math Contest

Five students from Morocco have been selected to take part in an international Mathematics contest organized in Mar Del Plata, Argentina, from July 4-14, 2012.

Swampscott High School Students Travel to Morocco

Left, Ben McGrath (From Marblehead), Renee Cooper, Zach Benson and Robbie Long. Credit: Terry Date

An English Children’s Book on Morocco

Great Introductory Book on Morocco for Use for Cultural Connection or with Darija Interpretation

WELCOME TO MOROCCAN DARIJA!!!Maroc1

This website is dedicated to providing resources for teachers who teach English-speaking students Darija or Moroccan speaking students English.  Darija is the common language spoken in major cities and by the majority of Moroccans.  This site aims to develop resources for teachers and students using Darija as a medium of instruction.  We welcome your input and comments in developing a community forum and providing opportunities for cultural exchange and language learning.  Please send an email to MoroccanDarija@gmail.com with any questions or interests.

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