The Development of Reading and Writing Word Spelling Abilities of The First Grade Students Taught by Learning PWIM and Mind Mapping

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สุพัตรา ศรีธรรมมา (Supattra Srithamma)
อุบลวรรณ ส่งเสริม (Ubonwan Songserm)

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The purposes of this research were to 1) compare the first grade student’s reading word spelling abilities before and after taught by learning PWIM and mind mapping. 2) compare the first grade student’s writing word spelling abilities before and after taught by learning PWIM and mind mapping and 3) study the opinion of the first grade student’s taught by learning PWIM and mind mapping. The samples group consisted of 22 the first grade student’s at Wattepprasitkanawat School. The research instruments included 1) Lesson plan to learning PWIM and mind mapping. 2) The evaluation form the reading word spelling abilities. 3) The evaluation form the writing word spelling abilities and 4) questionnaires to investigate the opinion of the first grade student’s taught by learning PWIM and mind mapping. The statistical data analysis were mean, standard deviation and t-test dependent sample.


          The results revealed that 1) student’s learning achievement in the reading word spelling abilities after taught by learning PWIM and mind mapping was higher than the one before using it with a level of significance at .05.  2) student’s learning achievement in the writhing word spelling abilities after taught by learning PWIM and mind mapping was higher than the one before using it with a level of significance at .05 and 3) the opinion of the first grade student’s taught by learning PWIM and mind mapping was at the high level

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