MATERIALS DESIGN EVALUATION

To respond to the statements, please write 1 – 4 to the appropriate choice as
follows: 1 (Strongly Disagree) 2 (Disagree) 3 (Agree) 4 (Strongly Agree)
Name of the Materials Design: ………………………………………………..
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STATEMENT
The cover is informative and attractive to the target learners.
The font size and type used in the materials are appropriate for the
target learners.
The font type used does not exceed three types.
There is a high consistency in using font types.
The material contents look interesting and fun to the target
learners.
The materials include a detailed overview of the functions and
contexts that will be taught in the unit.
The layout and design are appropriate and clear.
The colors are well combined.
The colors are proportional and eye-friendly.
The page is in a balanced proportion where the white spaces are
clearly spotted.
The pictures are relevant to the content.
The pictures are free from copyright infringement issues at most.
The pictures and texts are well balanced.
The illustrations are varied and attractive.
The illustrations stimulate learners to be creative.
The materials are clearly structured and sequenced.
Adequate review sections and exercises are included.
The target indicators, competence and objectives are clearly stated.
The materials are well and clearly explained to allow self-access
learning.
The materials provide sufficient opportunities for independent
study.
The learners can see easily what they have to do.
The materials include sufficient activities and tasks which are selfinteresting, and not just language production activities.
The materials provide plenty of activities for the target learners to
perform the language skills with confidence.
The materials provide plenty of varied practice for any one set of
language items.

Score

The tests are valid and contain relevant. The activities incorporate individual. STATEMENT 25 The materials provide a balance of activity types (for example. The language used in the materials is sufficiently authentic. project-based. The topics are relevant and encourage learners to express themselves. 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 Score . The activities can be modified or supplemented easily. affective and psychomotor work. The materials are suitable for mixed ability classes and classes of different sizes. The topics of the materials are realistic and likely to appeal to the target learners. adequate assessment materials such as progress tests are included or easily obtained. original and independent responses. The language used is at the right level for my students’ current English ability. such as task-based. pair and group work. The materials avoid cultural/racial/sexual stereotypes. The materials provide adequate opportunities for learner assessment. The activities encourage meaningful language use. The materials cater for different preferred learning styles. meaningful language. The materials provide periodical revisions for diagnostic purposes. The activities incorporate cognitive. The end test is proportional as the sample of all materials provided. The activities promote creative. The language represents a diverse range of registers and accents. The assessment is mainly authentic or using modern pedagogical approach. The activities are conducive to the internalization of newly introduced language.No. there is an appropriate distribution of input vs. If using traditional assessment. or portfolio assessment. output based tasks). The materials provide opportunities to localize and personalize activities. The language functions exemplify English that the target learners will be interested in and likely to use. The materials provide sufficient support to help teachers exploit the activities to meet learners’ needs and expectations. The topics encourage independent thinking and active learning.

SCORE IDEAL SCORE GAINED SCORE 0 200 0 .No. 50 STATEMENT Score The assessment is derived from the achievement indicators developed from basic competence as stated in the syllabus.