Fez - Interest in integrating media in the Moroccan educational curriculum has grown recently. In fact, with the phenomenal speed of technological advancement that modern societies witnessed during the mid-twentieth century, Morocco has found itself obligated to not miss the train of change, especially in the field of education. In this respect, the Moroccan White Book, an official document that addresses the country’s curriculum, notes: “the Moroccan educational curriculum can be considered as a mirror which reflects the dynamic changes that take place in society” (2002, p.2).

Moroccan students in El Jadida Chaib Doukkali University
Mohamed Benhima is a master student of Applied Language Studies and Research in Higher Education (ALSRHE) in Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez.