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Oct 23, 2021 01:55 PM - Apr 30, 2022 02:25 PM(Asia/Ho_Chi_Minh)
20211023T1355 20211023T1425 Asia/Ho_Chi_Minh Evaluating the Appropriateness of the Textbook Solutions Pre-Intermediate to the First Year Students, University of Foreign Language Studies

Textbook plays an essential role in the success of a course. Therefore, a comprehensive understanding of the appropriateness of a textbook in a course needs to be considered. The paper presents the study on the appropriateness of "Solutions, Pre intermediate to the first year students, University of Foreign Language Studies, The University of Danang. The study employed the quantitative approach with the survey as the main instrument. All participants of the research are the first year students who have completed their first year at university and have learnt English with the textbook "Solutions, Pre intermediate". As revealed from the research, the textbook is not very appropriate to students' level when the level of language used in the textbook does not increase over the units. In addition, students found it bored when they had to study the same book with a similar unit structure for two semesters. It is recommended that the Faculty of English needs to reconsider the use of this textbook and make some necessary changes for improvements.

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Textbook plays an essential role in the success of a course. Therefore, a comprehensive understanding of the appropriateness of a textbook in a course needs to be considered. The paper presents the study on the appropriateness of "Solutions, Pre intermediate to the first year students, University of Foreign Language Studies, The University of Danang. The study employed the quantitative approach with the survey as the main instrument. All participants of the research are the first year students who have completed their first year at university and have learnt English with the textbook "Solutions, Pre intermediate". As revealed from the research, the textbook is not very appropriate to students' level when the level of language used in the textbook does not increase over the units. In addition, students found it bored when they had to study the same book with a similar unit structure for two semesters. It is recommended that the Faculty of English needs to reconsider the use of this textbook and make some necessary changes for improvements.

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