s who strongly agreed and disagreed with this item, c2 (2, N = 20) = 12.40, p .05.

Item 10 considers if sentences and examples contain words that are known by learners. The findings display that 5% of the teachers strongly agreed and 80% of them agreed that sentences and examples contain words that are known by learners. In addition, 15% of the teachers disagreed with this item (M = 2.90, SD=.44; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. =85%). Moreover, there is a significant difference between the number of teachers who agreed and the ones who strongly agreed and disagreed with this item, c2 (2, N = 20) = 19.90, p .05.

4.1.1.4 Grammar from Students’ Perspective

Table 4.13

Result of the descriptive statistics, percentage and Chi-square of the students’ responses related to grammar 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 paradigm used to introduce grammatical rules is clear and simple.

100

2.53

.96

13

47

20

20

27.12

3

.00

Grammar items suit students’ language needs.

100

2.49

.99

17

34

30

19

8.24

3

.04

There is a balance between form and use.

100

2.51

1.03

18

37

23

22

8.24

3

.04

Sentences and examples contain words that are known by learners.

100

2.56

.97

17

39

27

17

13.12

3

.00

Table 4.13 indicates that in item 7, 13% of the students strongly agreed and 47% of them agreed that the paradigm used to introduce grammatical rules is clear and simple. In addition, 20 % of the students disagreed and 20 % of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.53, SD=.96; 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) = 27.12, p .05.

Item 8 considers if grammar items suit students’ language needs. The findings indicate that 17% of the students strongly agreed and 34% of them agreed that grammar items suit students’ language needs. In addition, 30 % of the students disagreed and 19 % of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.49, SD=.99; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. = 51%). 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) = 8.24, p .05.

In the next item, 18% of the students strongly agreed and 37% of them agreed that there is a balance between form and use. In addition, 23 % of the students disagreed and 22 % of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.51, SD=1.03; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. = 55%). 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) = 8.24, p .05.

The last item of this category demonstrates that 17% of the students strongly agreed and 39% of them agreed that sentences and examples contain words that are known by learners. In addition, 27 % of the students disagreed and 17 % of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.56, SD=.97; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. = 56%). 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) = 13.12, p .05.

Table 4.14

Result of the descriptive statistics, percentage and Chi-square of the students’ responses related to grammar 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 paradigm used to introduce grammatical rules is clear and simple.

73

3.12

.72

31.5

50.7

16.4

1.4

38.94

3

.00

Grammar items suit students’ language needs.

73

2.88

.64

12.3

65.8

19.2

2.7

68.64

3

.00

There is a balance between form and use.

73

2.85

.66

13.7

58.9

26.0

1.4

53.63

3

.00

Sentences and examples contain words that are known by learners.

73

3.05

.70

24.7

58.9

13.7

2.7

51.76

3

.00

As indicated in table 4.14, in item 7, 31.5% of the students strongly agreed and 50.7% of them agreed that the paradigm used to introduce grammatical rules is clear and simple. In addition, 16.4% of the students disagreed and 1.4% of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 3.12, SD=.72; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. = 82.2%). 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) = 38.94, p .05.

Item 8 considers if grammar items suit students’ language needs. The results show that 12.3% of the students strongly agreed and 65.8% of them agreed that grammar items suit students’ language needs. In addition, 19.2% of the students disagreed and 2.7% of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.88, SD=.64; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. = 78%). 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) = 68.64, p .05.

In the ninth item, 13.7% of the students strongly agreed and 58.9% of them agreed that there is a balance between form and use. In addition, 26% of the students disagreed and 1.4% of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.85, SD=.66; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. = 72.6%). 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) = 53.63, p .05.

Item 10 considers whether sentences and examples contain words that are known by learners or not. The findings indicate that 24.7% of the students strongly agreed and 58.9% of them agreed that sentences and examples contain words that are known by learners. In addition, 13.7% of the students disagreed and 2.7% of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 3.05, SD=.70; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. = 83.6%). 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) = 51.76, p .05.

Table 4.15

Result of the descriptive statistics, percentage and Chi-square of the students’ responses related to grammar in the case of Top Notch coursebook

N

Mean

Std. Deviation

Percentage

Chi-square

df

Asymp. Sig.

S. Agr.

Agr.

D.Agr

S. D. Agr

The paradigm used to introduce grammatical rules is clear and simple.

100

3.15

.79

36

47

13

4

47.60

3

.00

Grammar items suit students’ language needs.

100

3.05

.77

28

53

15

4

53.36

3

.00

There is a balance between form and use.

100

2.92

.72

21

51

27

1

50.88

3

.00

Sentences and examples contain words that are known by learners.

100

3.14

.82

36

47

12

5

46.96

3

.00

As indicated in table 4.15, in item 7, 36% of the students stro

ngly agreed and 47% of them agreed that the paradigm used to introduce grammatical rules is clear and simple. In addition, 13% of the students disagreed and 4% of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 3.15, SD=.79; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. = 83%). 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) = 47.60, p .05.

Item 8 considers if grammar items suit students’ language needs. The results show that 28% of the students strongly agreed and 53% of them agreed that grammar items suit students’ language needs. In addition, 15% of the students disagreed and 4% of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 3.05, SD=.77; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. = 81%). 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) = 53.36, p .05.

In the ninth item, 21% of the students strongly agreed and 51% of them agreed that there is a balance between form and use. In addition, 27% of the students disagreed and 1% of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.92, SD=.72; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. = 72%). 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) = 50.88, p .05.

Item 10 considers whether sentences and examples contain words that are known by learners or not. The findings indicate that 36% of the students strongly agreed and 47% of them agreed that sentences and examples contain words that are known by learners. In addition, 12% of the students disagreed and 5% of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 3.14, SD=.82; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. = 83%). 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) = 46.96, p .05.

Table 4.16

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

N

Mean

Std. Deviation

Percentage

Chi-square

df

Asymp. Sig.

S. Agr.

Agr.

D.Agr

S. D. Agr

The paradigm used to introduce grammatical rules is clear and simple.

93

3.07

.72

26.9

57

12.9

3.2

61.28

3

.00

Grammar items suit students’ language needs.

93

2.97

.69

18.3

65.6

11.8

4.3

85.36

3

.00

There is a balance between form and use.

93

3.09

.82

33.3

48.4

12.9

5.4

42.69

3

.00

Sentences and examples contain words that