Developing the Flipped Classroom Model for Improving English Communication Skill of Thai EFL undergraduates through the Presentation Mode

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Kanpajee Rattanasaeng

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The purposes of this study were: 1) to develop the flipped classroom model for improving English communication skill of Thai EFL undergraduates through the presentation mode 2) to investigate the students’ opinion towards the flipped classroom model for improving English communication skill of Thai EFL undergraduates through the presentation mode. The sample group consisted of 25 students who enrolled in English for Professional Presentation course in the 2nd semester of the academic year 2019 from the Faculty of Food Industry. The purposive sampling was used to select the sample group. The present study covered 12 weeks with both outside and inside the classroom. The research instruments were video clips, activities at the end of each unit; five units in total, the activity at the end of the course, scoring rubrics, and the opinion questionnaire. The data were collected by using the effectiveness (E1/E2), Mean, and S.D. The results of this study revealed that the effectiveness of the flipped classroom model for improving English communication skill of Thai EFL undergraduates through the presentation mode was 82.7/80.2, which are higher than the defined criteria at 80/80. The students’ opinions toward the flipped classroom model for improving English communication skill of Thai EFL undergraduates through the presentation mode was 4.50, which means that students had a high level of satisfaction.

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Rattanasaeng, K. (2021). Developing the Flipped Classroom Model for Improving English Communication Skill of Thai EFL undergraduates through the Presentation Mode. NKRAFA Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 9, 121–130. Retrieved from https://so04.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/KANNICHA/article/view/250820
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