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Document Type : Latin Dissertation
Language of Document : English
Record Number : 155240
Doc. No : 3302P
Call number : ‭3302‬
Main Entry : Azizifar, Akbar
Title Proper : A Survey of Locally produced ELT textbook used for teaching English in Tranian high School from 1935- to peresent
Supervisor : ; Mansour Koosha
Advisor : ; Ahmad Reza Lotfi
Degree : PHD
field of study : , Teaching English
student score : , 1389/06/24, 1388/04/31
Page No : 123 P.: Table
Note : 890
Abstract : Textbooks play a very crucial role in the process of language teaching and learning. The present study carried out an evaluation of three series of ELT textbooks used for teaching English language in Iranian high schools from 1935 to the present. For this purpose, Tuckers (1975) textbook evaluation model which focuses on pronunciation, grammar, and content was employed. A Course in English, Graded English and Right Path to English were compared and contrasted. The advantages and disadvantages of each series were evaluated for pronunciation, grammar, content, and some general criteria on the basis of Tuckers (1975) evaluation system. At the beginning of the three series, there was an introduction that attempted to clarify the intended teaching objectives, but, as the results of the study showed, these objectives have not been realized. Based on the analysis of the three series, there were not considerable differences among A Course in English, Graded English and Right Path to English. The major difference lay in the pronunciation criteria in which A Course in English lacked any merit. A Course in English, Graded English and Right Path to English fell on the positive side of the continuum when it came to the grammar criteria. This revealed, on the one hand, the fact that they were fundamentally based on the structural views of syllabus design, on the other, that Right Path to English did not completely correct the inadequacies of A Course in English and Graded English as far as the fundamental concepts of syllabus design were concerned. The shortcomings of A Course in English, Graded English and Right Path to English to accord with the communicative aspects of language teaching or specifically syllabus design and text construction were much more revealed in applying the content criteria and especially the criterion which focused on the appropriateness of contexts and situations. In this respect, A Course in English and Graded English lack any merit and Right Path to English gained only marginally. A Course in English, Graded English and Right Path to English were found to have overemphasized the practice of the linguistic forms, while not many of their language learning activities actually included activities which stimulate or lead to authentic communication and language use. The researcher suggests that in the textbooks, there should be enough opportunities for the learners to practice the language they are learning communicatively.
electronic file name : 3302.pdf
Title and statement of responsibility and : A Survey of Locally produced ELT textbook used for teaching English in Tranian high School from 1935- to peresent [Thesis]; Mansour Koosha; Ahmad Reza Lotfi
Internal Bibliographies/Indexes Note : Bibliography:P.117-120
 
 
 
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