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Nowadays, Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) are thought to be useful tools that can be employed to develop students’ speaking skills. The use of ICTs, these days, in Morocco has become a necessity due to COVID-19. Therefore, this paper aimed to examine students’ attitudes towards the use of self-video recording as a means to enhance students’ speaking skill. To achieve this objective, a questionnaire was administered to students who belong to the National School of Applied Sciences in Marrakech. The data were analysed quantitatively. The results of the students’ questionnaire showed that students hold positive attitudes towards the use of self-video in relation to speaking. In light of the findings of this study, we recommend the use of self-video recording to ameliorate students’ speaking skill. We also recommend the utility of other Information and Communication Technology tools for facilitating the teaching and learning process.
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