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      时间:2017-04-28 来源:英语广场

        【Abstract】This research chooses two sets of textbooks: New Senior English for China — NSEFC (2007) and Senior High English (SHE) and then compares and analyzes content arrangement and topics in the two sets of textbooks involved in the study. The two sets of textbooks are all based on the new curriculum standard while they have different arrangements in each unit and each module,, but the objectives and demands for the senior students and the role in the teaching are the same.
        【Key words】New Senior English for China—NSEFC (2007) textbooks; Senior High English (SHE) textbooks; modules and topics
        Since 2010, New Senior English for China (NSEFC) (2007) textbooks have been used by all the senior high schools in Gansu Province. As the being used English teaching material in senior middle school in Gansu Province, evaluating its quality and value is of great significance. Moreover, comparison and analysis of two textbooks can give the teachers and learners more reasonable guidance.
        1. Principles of course book design and compilation
        Bell and Gower (1998: 122-5) started by articulating the following ten principles:
        1. Flexibility 2. From text to language 3. Engaging content 4. Natural language 5. Analytic approaches 6. Emphasis on review 7. Personalized practice 8. Balance of approaches 9. Learner development 10. Professional respect
        The ten principles take account of language, approaches, learners and practice. They involve many respects, such as natural language, balance of approaches and learner development.
        There are six principles of materials design identified by Nunan (2001):
        1. Materials should be clearly linked to the curriculum they serve;
        2. Materials should be authentic in terms of texts and tasks;
        3. Materials should stimulate interaction;
        4. Materials should allow learners to focus on formal aspects of the language;
        5. Materials should encourage learners to develop learning skills, and skills in learning;
        6. Materials should encourage learners to apply their developing skills to the world beyond the classroom.
        The principles identified by Nunan emphasize learners’ further development and refer to the curriculum related to materials.
        English curriculum standard proposed four principles in English materials development: ideological education, scientific principle, delight principle and flexibility principle. (Cheng Xiaotang & Sun Hui, 2011)