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The purposes of this study were to: 1) determine the efficiency of the lesson plans for reading for reading comprehension by using tale with criterion 75/75, 2) compare the reading comprehension before and after using tale, and 3) study the satisfaction of students in Matthayom Suksa 2 with learning English reading comprehension by using tales. The target group used in the research was 24 students. The tools were used in this research consisted of 6 developed lesson plans of English reading comprehension by using tale, an achievement test and a questionnaire for measuring the students’ satisfaction. The statistics used to analyze data were percentage, mean, standard deviation and t-test (Dependent sample).
The results of the research were as follows: 1. The result of the students’ English reading for comprehension by using tales met the efficiency (E1/E2= 84.88/82.40) which were significantly higher than the standard criterion of (E1/E2=75/75). 2. The result of the students’ post-test scores of English reading for comprehension by using tale was significantly higher than the pretest scores at the .05 level. 3. The result of the students’ satisfaction of English reading for comprehension by using tales was at the high level.
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