Effects of an Instruction Using the Five Aggregates Teaching Method Towards The Health Behaviors on The Topic of Family Planning and Reproductive System Disease for The Undergraduate Students in Srinakharinwirot University

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Singha Chankhaw

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The purposes of this research were to study the effectiveness of the learning activity plans and the effects of the instruction using the five aggregates teaching method towards the health behaviors on the topic of family planning and reproductive system disease, compare the health behaviors teaching between the five aggregates teaching method and the conventional teaching method; and to study the students’ satisfaction concerning the five aggregates teaching method. The sample group was the undergraduate students enrolling in the sex education course at Srinakharinwirot University, during the second semester of academic year 2020. The sample group was divided into 30 experimental groups of students and the control group of 29 students. The research instruments were composed of learning activity plans using the five aggregates teaching method. The health behavior test and the questionnaire concerning the students’ satisfaction with the instruction using five aggregates teaching method. The obtained data were then analyzed in terms of means, standard deviation and t-test. The research findings were as follows, the effectiveness of the five aggregates teaching method in learning activity plans was higher than the standard criterion set at 80/80, and the experimental group had significantly improved in their health behaviors than before learning in the five aggregates teaching method at the .05 level, the experimental group had significantly improved in the health behaviors was scored higher than the control group after learning at the .05 level, the students’ satisfaction concerning the instruction using the five aggregates teaching method was found at the highest level.

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