Moroccan EFL Undergraduates Monographs: Perceptions, Practices, and Challenges
This research paper attempts to investigate the way Moroccan EFL undergraduate students perceive monographs, their practices, and the challenges they face in the process of administering a monograph. The researchers of the present study opted for a convenience sampling approach to select the sample. This latter consists of 28 females and 25 males whose age ranges between 21 and 46 years old. A 5-point Likert scale questionnaire of 19 items was digitally distributed to the participants. Statistically speaking, Cronbach’s alpha test was utilized to assess the questionnaire’s reliability, bivariate correlational test to measure the questionnaire’s validity, and descriptive statistical test to analyse the collected data. The findings of this survey indicate that the participants hold a variety of opinions when it comes to their perceptions. Concerning their practices, the findings show that the informants' practices are, somehow, appropriate and have an impact on their challenges. It was also found that the participants’ attitudes and practices impact the challenges they face.
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