The development of an instructional model based on neuro-linguistics programming for the improvement of the Chinese speaking skill of upper-secondary school students in Lampang Province

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Bunsikan Tangpakorn

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The objectives of this research were to develop an instructional model based on neuro-linguistics programming for the development of Chinese speaking ability among upper secondary school students and to study its effectiveness. The samples were divided into 2 groups. The first one was a sample group that was used to study the context and the condition of problems of Chinese language teaching and learning among upper secondary school students who were studying in Language-Arts Program (Chinese language). The sample group were 12 Chinese language teachers and their 358 students. The participants’ teaching behaviors were observed and their students were interviewed. The second group consisted of 5 Chinese language teachers of Mathayom 5 and 158 students. This group was experimented with the developed teaching model. The results of the research revealed that an instructional model comprises a five-step process of learning activities, namely goal-building stage, learning stage, training for linking stage, showing results of the learning stage, and assessing ability stage. After the experiment, it was found that students’ knowledge and comprehension of word and sentence selection were significantly higher at the .05 level, and, when using an instructional models, the students in all group had improvements in their Chinese speaking skill after the experiment. They have significantly higher results at the .01 level.


 

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