e

Chi-square

df

Asymp. Sig.

S. Agr.

Agr.

D.Agr

S. D. Agr

New lexical items appear in the following units.

73

2.30

.76

4.1

35.6

46.6

13.7

33.35

3

.00

The exercises for vocabulary are rich and adequate.

73

2.26

.80

5.5

31.5

46.6

16.4

28.09

3

.00

Table 4.22 demonstrates that in item 11, 4.1% of the students strongly agreed and 35.6% of them agreed that new lexical items appear in the following units. In addition, 46.6% of the students disagreed and 13.7% of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.30, SD=.76; SUM. of S. D. Agr. & S. D. Agr. = 60.3%). 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 = 73) = 33.35, p .05.

In item 12, 5.5% of the students strongly agreed and 31.5% of them agreed that the exercises for vocabulary are rich and adequate. In addition, 46.6% of the students disagreed and 16.4% of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.26, SD=.80; SUM. of S. D. Agr. & S. D. Agr= 63%). 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 = 73) = 28.09, p .05.

Table 4.23

Result of the descriptive statistics, percentage and Chi-square of the students’ responses related to vocabulary 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

New lexical items appear in the following units.

100

2.85

.82

20

52

21

7

43.76

3

.00

The exercises for vocabulary are rich and adequate.

100

2.85

.83

21

50

22

7

38.96

3

.00

Table 4.23 demonstrates that in item 11, 20% of the students strongly agreed and 52% of them agreed that new lexical items appear in the following units. In addition, 21% of the students disagreed and 7% of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.85, SD=.82; 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) = 43.76, p .05.

In item 12, 21% of the students strongly agreed and 50% of them agreed that the exercises for vocabulary are rich and adequate. In addition, 22% of the students disagreed and 7% of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.85, SD=.83; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. = 71%). 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) = 38.96, p .05.

Table 4.24

Result of the descriptive statistics, percentage and Chi-square of the students’ responses related to vocabulary 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

New lexical items appear in the following units.

89

2.64

.82

15.7

39.3

38.3

6.7

28.43

3

.00

The exercises for vocabulary are rich and adequate.

93

2.68

.82

16.1

43

34.4

6.5

31.08

3

.00

As displayed in table 4.24, in item 11, 15.7% of the students strongly agreed and 39.3% of them agreed that new lexical items appear in the following units. In addition, 38.3% of the students disagreed and 6.7 % of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.64, SD=.82; 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 = 93) = 28.43, p .05.

Item 12 considers whether the exercises for vocabulary are rich and adequate or not. Data analysis indicates that 16.1% of the students strongly agreed and 43% of them agreed that the exercises for vocabulary are rich and adequate. In addition, 34.4% of the students disagreed and 6.5 % of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.68, SD=.82; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. = 59.1%). 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 = 93) = 31.08, p .05.

4.1.1.7 Phonology from Teachers’ Perspective

Table 4.25

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

N

Mean

Std. Deviation

Percentage

Chi-square

df

Asymp. Sig.

S. Agr.

Agr.

D.Agr

S. D. Agr

Pronunciation is built through different types of activities, such as listening, dialogue practice etc.

20

3.10

.55

20

70

10

0

12.40

2

.00

There is an adequate amount of pronunciation practice.

20

2.80

.83

20

45

30

5

6.80

3

.08

As shown in table 4.25, in item 13, 20% of the teachers strongly agreed and 70% of them agreed that pronunciation is built through different types of activities, such as listening, dialogue practice etc. Moreover, 10% of the teachers disagreed with this item (M = 3.10, SD=.55; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. =90%). In addition, 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) = 12.40, p .05.

Item 14 considers if there is an adequate amount of pronunciation practice. The findings show that 20% of the teachers strongly agreed and 45% of them agreed that there is an adequate amount of pronunciation practice. In addition, 30% of the teachers disagreed and 5% of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.80, SD=.83; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. =65%). Moreover, there is no 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) = 6.80, p .05.

Table 4.26

Result of the descriptive statistics, percentage and Chi-square of the teachers’ responses related to phonology 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

Pronunciation is built through different types of activities, such as listening, dialogue practice etc.

16

2.75

.58

6.2

62.5

31.3

0

7.62

2

.02

There is an adequate amount of pronunciation practice.

16

2.31

.48

0

31.3

68.7

0

2.25

1

.13

As shown in table 4.26, in item 13, 6.2% of the teachers strongly agreed and 62.5% of them agreed that pronunciation is built through different types of activities, such as listening, dialogue practice etc. Moreover, 31.3% of the teachers disagreed with this item (M = 2.75, SD=.58; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. = 68.7%). In addition, there is a significant difference between th

e number of teachers who agreed and the ones who strongly agreed and disagreed with this item, c2 (2, N = 16) = 7.62, p .05.

Item 14 considers if there is an adequate amount of pronunciation practice. The findings show that 31.3% of the teachers agreed and 68.7% of them disagreed that there is an adequate amount of pronunciation practice (M = 2.31, SD=.48). Moreover, there is no significant difference between the number of teachers who agreed and the ones who disagreed with this item, c2 (1, N = 16) = 2.25, p .05.

Table 4.27

Result of the descriptive statistics, percentage and Chi-square of the teachers’ responses related to phonology 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

Pronunciation is built through different types of activities, such as listening, dialogue practice etc.

20

2.85

.93

25

45

20

10

5.20

3

.16

There is an adequate amount of pronunciation practice.

20

2.85

.74

15

60

20

5

14.00

3

.00

As shown in table 4.27, in item 13, 25% of the teachers strongly agreed and 45% of them agreed that pronunciation is built through different types of activities, such as listening, dialogue practice etc. Moreover, 20% of the teachers disagreed and 10% of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.85, SD=.93; SUM. of S. Agr. & Agr. =70%). In addition, there is no significant difference between the number of teachers who agreed and the ones who strongly agreed, disagreed and strongly disagreed with this item, c2 (2, N = 20) = 5.20, p .05.

Item 14 considers if there is an adequate amount of pronunciation practice. The findings show that 15% of the teachers strongly agreed and 60% of them agreed that there is an adequate amount of pronunciation practice. In addition, 20% of the teachers disagreed and 5% of them strongly disagreed with this item (M = 2.85, SD=.74; 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) = 14.00, p .05.

Table 4.28

Result of the descriptive statistics, percentage and Chi-square of the teachers’ responses related to phonology 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

Pronunciation is built through different types of activities, such as listening, dialogue practice etc.

20

2.75

.55

5

65

30

0

10.90

2

.00

There is an adequate amount of pronunciation practice.

20

2.40

.50

0

40

60

0

.80

1

.37

As shown in table 4.28,