teachers who agreed and the ones who disagreed with this item, c2 (1, N = 20) = 16.20, p .05.

In the second item, 85% of the teachers agreed and 15% of them disagreed that the selected topics enhance learners’ motivation (M = 2.85, SD=.36). In addition, there is a significant difference between the number of teachers who agreed and the ones who disagreed with this item, c2 (1, N = 20) = 9.80, p .05.

The next item considers whether Total English coursebook contains adequate self-check progress report or not. The results show that 5% of the teachers strongly agreed and 55% of them agreed that the coursebook contains adequate self-check progress report. In addition, 35% of the teachers disagreed and 5% of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.60, SD=.68; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. =60%). Moreover, there is a significant difference between the number of teachers who agreed and the ones who strongly agreed, disagreed and strongly disagreed with this item, c2 (3, N = 20) = 14.40, p .05.

The findings in item 4 display that 20% of the teachers strongly agreed and the 55% of them agreed that texts and dialogues include new vocabulary and grammatical structures. In addition, 20% of the teachers disagreed and 5% of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.90, SD= .78; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. =75%). Moreover, there is a significant difference between the number of teachers who agreed and the ones who strongly agreed, disagreed and strongly disagreed with this item, c2 (3, N = 20) = 10.80, p .05.

The fifth item considers if language items (e.g. vocabulary, etc) are presented in context to make meaning clear. The results show that 89.5% of the teachers agreed and 10.5% of them disagreed that the language items (e.g. vocabulary, etc) are presented in context to make meaning clear (M = 2.89, SD=.31). Moreover, there is a significant difference between the number of teachers who agreed and the ones who disagreed with this item, c2 (1, N = 19) = 11.84, p .05.

In the last item of this category, 5% of the teachers strongly agreed and 35% of them agreed that pedagogic texts and dialogues include a variety of interesting subjects. In addition, 60% of the teachers disagreed with this item (M = 2.45, SD=.60; SUM. of D. Agr. & S. D. Agr. =60%). Moreover, there is no significant difference between the number of teachers who disagreed and the ones who strongly agreed and agreed with this item, c2 (2, N = 20) = 9.10, p .05.

4.1.1.2 Content from Students’ Perspective

Table 4.5

Result of the descriptive statistics, percentage and Chi-square of the students’ responses related to content in the case of Interchange coursebook

N

Mean

Std. Deviation

Percentage

Chi-square

df

Asymp. Sig.

S. Agr.

Agr.

D.Agr

S. D. Agr

The selected topics are familiar to the students.

99

2.81

.72

14.1

57.6

24.2

4.1

64.11

3

.00

The selected topics enhance learners’ motivation.

100

2.42

.89

26

47

18

9

31.60

3

.00

The CB contains adequate self-check progress report.

100

2.59

.82

10

50

29

11

42.48

3

.00

Texts and dialogues include new vocabulary and grammatical structures.

100

2.74

.85

17

49

25

9

35.84

3

.00

Language items (e.g. vocabulary, etc) are presented in context to make meaning clear.

100

2.93

.90

28

46

17

9

30.80

3

.00

Pedagogic texts and dialogues include a variety of interesting subjects.

100

2.22

.87

6

33

38

23

23.92

3

.00

As it is indicated in table 4.5, 14.1% of the students strongly agreed and 57.6% of them agreed that the selected topics are familiar to the students. In addition, 18 % of the students disagreed and 9 % of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.81, SD=.72; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. =71.7%). Moreover, there is a significant difference between the number of students who agreed and the ones who strongly agreed, disagreed, and strongly disagreed with this item, c2 (3, N = 100) = 64.11, p .05.

Item 2 considers if the selected topics enhance learners’ motivation. The results show that 26% of the students strongly agreed and 47% of them agreed that the selected topics enhance learners’ motivation. In addition, 34 % of the students disagreed and 17 % of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.42, SD=.89; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. = 73%). Moreover, there is a significant difference between the number of students who agreed and the ones who strongly agreed, disagreed, and strongly disagreed with this item, c2 (3, N = 100) = 31.60, p .05.

In the third item, 10% of the students strongly agreed and 50% of them agreed that Interchange coursebook contains adequate self-check progress report. In addition, 29% of the students disagreed and 11 % of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.59, SD=.82; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. = 60%). Moreover, there is a significant difference between the number of students who agreed and the ones who strongly agreed, disagreed, and strongly disagreed with this item, c2 (3, N = 100) = 42.48, p .05.

Item 4 considers whether texts and dialogues include new vocabulary and grammatical structures or not. Data analysis shows that 17% of the students strongly agreed and 49% of them agreed that texts and dialogues include new vocabulary and grammatical structures. In addition, 25 % of the students disagreed and 9 % of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.74, SD=.85; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. = 66%). Moreover, there is a significant difference between the number of students who agreed and the ones who strongly agreed, disagreed, and strongly disagreed with this item, c2 (3, N = 100) = 35.84, p .05.

In item 5, 28% of the students strongly agreed and 46% of them agreed that language items (e.g. vocabulary, etc) are presented in context to make meaning clear. In addition, 17 % of the students disagreed and 9 % of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.93, SD=.90; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. = 74%). Moreover, there is a significant difference between the number of students who agreed and the ones who strongly agreed, disagreed, and strongly disagreed with this item, c2 (3, N = 100) = 30.80, p .05.

In the sixth item, 6% of the students strongly agreed and 33% of them agreed that pedagogic texts and dialogues include a variety of interesting subjects. In addition, 38% of the students disagreed and 23 % of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.22, SD=.87; SUM. of D. Agr. & S. D. Agr. = 61%). Moreover, there is a significant difference between the number of students who disagreed and the ones who strongly agreed, agreed, and strongly disagreed with this item, c2 (3, N = 100) = 23.92, p .05.

Table 4.6

Result of the descriptive statistics, percentage and Chi-square of the students’ responses related to content in the case of English Result coursebook

N

Mean

Std. Deviation

Percentage

Chi-square

df

Asymp. Sig.

S. Agr.

Agr.

D.Agr

S. D. Agr

The selected topics are familiar to the students.

73

3.07

.54

17.8

71.2

11.0

47.69

2

.00

The selected topics enhance learners’ motivation.

73

2.88

.69

13.7

64.4

17.8

4.1

63.27

3

.00

The CB contains adequate self-check progress report.

73

2.74

.69

11

54.8

31.5

2.7

47.38

3

.00

Texts and dialogues include new vocabulary and grammatical structures.

73

3.03

.62

19.2

65.8

13.7

1.4

69.52

3

.00

Language items (e.g. vocabulary, etc) are presented in context to make meaning clear.

73

2.9863

.69708

20.5

60.3

16.4

2.7

53.52

3

.00

Pedagogic texts and dialogues include a variety of interesting subjects.

73

2.7123

.75424

11.0

56.2

26.0

6.8

43.76

3

.00

As it is indicated in table 4.6, in the first item, 17.8% of the students strongly agreed and 71.2% of them agreed that the selected topics are familiar to the students. Moreover, 11% of the students had the opposite idea and disagreed with the item (M = 3.07, SD =.54; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. = 89%). In addition, there is a significant difference between the number of students who agreed and the ones who strongly agreed and disagreed with this item, c2 (2, N = 73) = 47.69, p .05.

In the second item, 13.7% of the students strongly agreed and 64.4% of them agreed that the selected topics enhance learners’ motivation. Moreover, 17.8% of the students disagreed and 4.1% of them strongly disagreed with the item (M = 2.86, SD=.69; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. =78.1%). In addition, there is a significant difference between the number of students who agreed and the ones who strongly agreed, disagreed and strongly disagreed with this item, c2 (3, N = 73) = 63.27, p .05.

The next item considers whether English Result coursebook contains adequate self-check progress report or not. The results show that 11% of the students strongly agreed and 54.8% of them agreed that the coursebook contains adequate self-check progress report. In addition, 31.5% of the students disagreed and 2.7% of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.74, SD=.69; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. =65.8%). Moreover, there is a significant difference between the number of students who agreed and the ones who strongly agreed, disagreed and strongly disagreed with this item, c2 (3, N = 73) = 47.38, p .05.

The findings in item 4 display that 19.2% of the students strongly agreed and 65.8% of them agreed that texts and dialogues include new vocabulary and grammatical structures. In addition, 13.7% of the students disagreed and 1.4% of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 3.03, SD= .62; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. = 85%). However, there is a significant difference between the number of students who agreed and the ones who strongly agreed, disagreed and strongly disagreed with this item, c2 (3, N = 73) = 69.52, p .05.

The fifth item considers if language items (e.g. vocabulary, etc) are