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The present study is an attempt to investigate university students’ intercultural communicative competence with special reference to Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University English Department students.
The Objectives of this study are as follows: first, to assess and discover whether the Moroccan EFL university students do possess the necessary intercultural communicative competence that enables them to act effectively and appropriately while interacting in cross-cultural communication encounters.
Second, to describe the obstacles that arise from cultural differences in intercultural interactions.
Third, to examine the reasons behind Moroccan students’ failure in intercultural communication and learn how to overcome them.
Fourth, to explore what intercultural knowledge should be taught in class.
Fifth, to provide recommendations to the Moroccan EFL teachers about the most likely effective teaching practices and approaches that can help foster and develop their students’ ICC.
The findings of this research indicate that the majority of Moroccan university students do have rich intercultural knowledge and their intercultural communicative competence is quite acceptable.
The author is an EFL Teacher and a Doctoral Researcher in Discourse, Creativity and Society : Perception and Implications at the Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences- Saiss- Fez.
He is also a Master's Degree holder in Applied Language Studies and Research in Higher Education from Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah University- Dhar El Mehraz- Fez.
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