Attitude Toward and Variables Affecting English Speaking Practice Through Computer- Assisted Instruction

  • ชไมพร อร่ามวิทย์
  • สิตา มูสิกรังษี
Keywords: Computer Assisted Instruction Program, attitudes, English speaking training

Abstract

This research investingated a group of 41 the Mattayom 6 students at Hatyairatprachasan School in a Computer Assisted Instruction Program. The results were as follow:  The students’ attitude toward practicing speaking English via Computer Assisted Instruction Program was favorable at a high level (=4.13 out of 5.00) ; the variables affecting practicing speaking English through Computer-Assisted Instruction was the speaking English content in the Computer Assisted Instruction Program (=4.49 out of  5.00).

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Published
2018-10-11
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Research articles