Mon Expérience Avec La Langue Seconde University Of Alberta Essay

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Cours : EDU F 211
Chargé de cours : Laurent Cammarata, PhD
Étudiant : Amine Khalloug
Ma vie en Français
Je m’appelle Amine Khalloug, j’ai trente-six ans et je suis père de deux petits garçons âgés de six et cinq ans. Mon pays d’origine est le Maroc, et je parle trois langues (le français, l’anglais et l’arabe).
Depuis mon très jeune âge (trois ans) mes parents ont choisi de me mettre dans une École française privée à Casablanca, et c’est là où j’ai prononcé mes premiers mots en langue française, puis après la période du primaire, et suite à la volonté de mes parents que je fasse mes études en français j’ai intégré l’école secondaire de mission française. Ensuite je suis parti en France pour poursuivre des études en ingénierie agronomique dans le Centre Méditerranéen Agropolis de Montpelier, et j’ai aussi intégré l’École Supérieur de Commerce de Lille où j’ai décroché un master en management de projets.
Après ce court passage en France, je suis revenu au Maroc pour m’établir et développer une carrière, alors j’ai aussitôt travaillé avec une banque qui finance l’agriculture (Crédit Agricole Du Maroc), où j’ai passé onze ans dans divers Départements. Il faut signaler qu’au Maroc la langue utilisée au...

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