For the first time in Morocco, the Moroccan English Spelling Competition (MESC) takes place in its first edition in Kenitra, Organized by the Winds of Change Association for Social Development.
The organizers of this unique event are the Winds of Change Association for Social Development, and its partners namely
the Regional Academy of Education in Kenitra.
In this competition will participate public and private high school’s students from different moroccan cities at the beginning it will cover both Kenitra and Rabat.
The main goal of this competition is to encourage high schools students in order to learn English and to improve their life, in all its levels. Learning English might be one of the most important things we can ever do, since it will allow us to :
Get access to knowledge
What are you interested in? Is it science? Computers? Health? Business? Sports? Today’s media -such as the Internet, television, and the press -give you almost unlimited access to knowledge about your favorite subjects. After all, we live in the information age, don’t we?
Communicate with people
We like to call English “the language of communication”. Why? Because it seems all the people in the world have agreed to use English to talk to each other.
Push your career forward
If you want a good job in business, technology, or science, get out of that armchair and start learning English now! (If you already have a good job, start learning before you lose it!)
Enjoy art like never before
English lets you feel the culture of the world like no other language. With a good knowledge of the English language, you can do wonderful things:
• Watch American and British films in the original.
• Read great books.
First Stage: (Selection Stage)
Out of a written and oral test taken by the candidates, we will pick up the first three participants from each high school.
Before attending the final, the 60 who were qualified from the first stage will have the chance to receive an intensive one-day training about spelling techniques and skills, delivered by an expert.
Second Stage: (The final stage)
This step will be split into two parts:
>> Individual competition:
The participants who reached the final will go through several written and oral exercises, in order to win the `individual award`.
>> Team competition:
Each high school will be represented by a team composed of the three individuals, who had the best grades during the selection stage; these teams will be vying for the `team award`. They will also go through some other written and orals exercises.
The first stage of MESC took place inside the different participating high schools between the 6th and 9th mai 2015,
and it consisted of a written test of spelling for the pupils of the three different levels (Tronc commun, 1sty bac and 2ndy bac).
This step allowed the organizer to pick the three best students out of each high school who were selected to participate in the final.
The total number of finalist is 21 pupils who represent seven high schools in Kenitra.
Among the eighteen contestants who participated in the final competition, student Samia M'RABET crowned champion of the first edition and that after its superiority and access to first place.
the order cames as follows: