English Department, Kazerun Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kazerun, Iran
This study attempted at finding which of the Top-Notch and Interchange series are more efficient in Iranian EFL teachers’ point of view. To this end, Alamri’s (2008) questionnaire with the following categories was employed: general appearance, design and illustrations, accompanying materials, objectives, topic/language/social and cultural contents, language skills, teachability, flexibility, teaching methods, practices and finally the way of testing. 75 EFL teachers teaching at Gachsaran, Kazerun and Borazjan English language institutes answered the above-mentioned 64-question checklist. Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS.16) was used to analyze the data. In general, the results indicated that Top-Notch series were totally more efficient in teachers’ point of view. However, in design and illustration, topic contents, social and cultural contexts, teachability and flexibility the two series were not statistically different from each other.