Development of Productivity-based Thai Literature Instructional Model to Enhance Responsibility and Social

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Chonthicha Siriamornpan

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The development of the productivity-based Thai literature Instructional model to enhance responsibility and social conscience consisted of four main aspects; theory, objective, procedure of activity, and evaluation_Moreover. there were five steps of instruction including 1. Asking questions for topic 2. Exploring knowledge 3. Knowledge Sharing 4. Practice and Present Products 5. Measurement and evaluation. As a result, the development of the productivity-based Thai literature Instructional model to enhance responsibility and social conscience consisted of four main aspects; theory, objective, procedure of activity, and evaluation _Moreover. there were five steps of instruction including 1. Asking questions for topic 2. Exploring knowledge 3. Knowledge Sharing 4. Practice and Present Products 5. Measurement and evaluation. As a result, 1. The learning outcomes of the students in experimental group before implementing the model were at moderate and poor levels. But after using the model, most of students’ learning outcomes were at the excellent level. Besides, the posttest outcomes compared with the controlled group and experimental group were significantly different at a level of 0.01 2. According to the responsibilities, the students’ responsibilities before experiment were at a level of fair. Whereas, the students’ responsibilities after gain the treatment were better at a level of excellence 3. As for the respondents’ social conscience, their results were at a fair level before using the model. But their social conscience was better at a level of good. 4. The students’ satisfaction results towards “The development of the productivity-based Thai literature Instructional model to enhance responsibility and social conscience” were at a level of excellent.

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