IMPROVING THE ABILITIES IN ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION OF MATHAYOMSUKSA 1 (7th GRADE) STUDENTS BY USING MULTIMEDIA

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Rattanakorn Settemi
Sooksil Prasongsook
Mayureesirin Siriwan

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         The objectives of this research article were 1) to develop multimedia with English pronunciation for class grade 7 with 80/80 performance criterion, 2) to compare English pronunciation abilities of Mathayomsuksa 1 students before and after the learning using the English pronunciation multimedia, 3) to survey the students’ satisfaction with learning using the English pronunciation multimedia for Mathayomsuksa 1 students. The sample of this study consisted of 25 Mathayomsuksa 1 students in Ban Nongpan School, Na Dun District, Maha Sarakham Province selected by using the purposive sampling technique. The instruments for data collection in this research consisted of 7 learning plans, the English pronunciation multimedia for Mathayomsuksa 1 students, an achievement test and a satisfaction questionnaire. The statistics used for data analyses were mean, standard deviation and dependent sample t-test for testing hypothesis.


         The results of the research were as follows: 1. the efficiency of the multimedia to improve English pronunciation skills for Mathayomsuksa 1 students, developed by the researcher, was 89.03/89.60, which was higher than the defined criterion. 2. The English pronunciation abilities of Mathayomsuksa 1 students was higher than before learning using the English pronunciation multimedia with at the 0.05 level of significance and corresponding with the hypothesis, and 3. The satisfaction of Mathayomsuksa 1 students with the learning using the English pronunciation multimedia for Mathayomsuksa 1 students, showed the averagesatisfaction score at high level, indicating that the students were highly satisfied.

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Settemi, R., Prasongsook, S., & Siriwan, M. (2022). IMPROVING THE ABILITIES IN ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION OF MATHAYOMSUKSA 1 (7th GRADE) STUDENTS BY USING MULTIMEDIA. Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus, 11(2), 461–475. Retrieved from https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/249987
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