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Hicham MOUNAJI ‎, Mohammed ESSOUFI ‎

ARABIC LANGUAGE AND EDUCATION BASED ON ‎VALUES IN THE MOROCCAN ‎EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM ‎‎.QUALIFYING SECONDARY EDUCATION AS A ‎MODEL

Values stand as a fundamental cornerstone that modern ‎educational systems place at ‎the forefront, shaping the personality ‎of learners imbued with distinct attributes. ‎Embedded within ‎educational curricula, programs, and pedagogical strategies is ‎a ‎deliberate focus on specific values, aimed at their tangible ‎manifestation in learners' ‎cognitive processes, behavior, and ‎applied ethics. This engenders a profound ‎responsibility for ‎educational institutions, acting as channels that traverse the ‎expanse ‎between societal norms, cultural heritage, and ‎governance, while fostering the growth ‎of individual learners. The ‎Moroccan educational paradigm, reflecting global trends, ‎ardently ‎adheres to this path. Its educational architecture strives to ‎illuminate values ‎that align harmoniously with the nation's ‎societal tapestry, thereby allowing the ‎curriculum to seamlessly ‎translate these values into lived experiences‏.‏ Considering this context, this research paper assumes the ‎indispensable role of delving ‎into the multi-dimensional aspects of ‎values within the Moroccan educational ‎framework. This ‎exploration occurs through a specialized lens, centering on the ‎intricate ‎interplay between language and ethical principles. The ‎focal point of this inquiry is the ‎Arabic language curriculum in the ‎sphere of qualifying secondary education, ‎meticulously selected as ‎an exemplar. The primary objective is to underscore the ‎pervasive ‎infusion of ethical values within this curriculum and to rigorously ‎probe their ‎resonance within the contours of Arabic language ‎instruction. Additionally, this ‎research meticulously dissects the ‎inherent essence of values internalized by Moroccan ‎learners, ‎dissecting how these values are channeled within the pedagogical ‎milieu. By ‎doing so, the research nurtures the bedrock of values ‎within the learners' cognitive ‎framework and conduct. Central to ‎this investigation is a pivotal inquiry, addressing the ‎Arabic ‎language curriculum's efficacy in inculcating distinct values ‎within qualifying ‎secondary education, ultimately fostering an ‎ethical scaffold that facilitates positive ‎integration within ‎educational institutions and the broader societal fabric

Keywords: Arabic Language, Education, Core Values, Moroccan Education, ‎Qualifying Secondary ‎Education

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2791-9323.‎‏4‏‎-4‎‏.‏‎‏5‏


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