https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/issue/feed The Golden Teak : Humanity and Social Science Journal 2020-03-27T22:15:38+07:00 ดร.สุภาพร พงศ์ภิญโญโอภาส moui_pong@hotmail.com Open Journal Systems <p>สักทอง : วารสารมนุษยศาสตร์และสังคมศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยราชภัฏกำแพงเพชรมีวัตถุประสงค์เพื่อตีพิมพ์ผลงานวิจัย ผลงานสร้างสรรค์ และผลงานวิชาการ สาขามนุษยศาสตร์และสังคมศาสตร์ ได้แก่ การศึกษา รัฐประศาสนศาสตร์ การพัฒนาชุมชน เศรษฐศาสตร์นิติศาสตร์ บริหารธรุกิจ การท่องเที่ยว นิเทศศาสตร์ และวัฒนธรรม เผยแพร่แก่นักวิชาการและบุคคลทั่วไป ปีละ 4 ฉบับ (ม.ค.-มี.ค., เม.ย.-มิ.ย., ก.ค.-ก.ย. และ ต.ค.-ธ.ค.) บทความที่ได้รับการตีพิมพ์ในวารสารจะต้องผ่านการตรวจพิจารณาจากกองบรรณาธิการและผู้ทรงคุณวุฒิในสาขาต่างๆ</p> https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/240874 The Teacher Learning Management Competency Based on the Kalayanamitta Dhammas 2020-03-27T17:37:05+07:00 พระมหาอุดร อุตฺตโร (มากดี) golden.teak.journal@gmail.com พระครูใบฎีกามณฑล เขมโก (ชูโตศรี) golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The teacher learning management competency based on the kalayanamitta Dhammas. Effective the learning and teaching management of teacher. Include knowledge the learning and teaching management of teacher, Must have teacher learning management competency. New age learning management, Must be up-to-date, creative ideas, analyze, synthetic, clever. The leaders seized by Buddhist principles to teaching development. The quality of work as well, knowledge, moral. Educational Administration based with Buddha Dhamma is the principles of kalayanamitta Dhammas include lovely, respectability, admirable, speak, endure verbal abuse, elucidation and misguide. Effective the learning and teaching management of teacher. The leaders seized by Buddhist principles to kalayanamitta Dhammas. Applying the information from the above written materials by teacher to kalayanamitta Dhammas. To help develop the continuity and more clearly.</p> 2020-03-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/240879 Community Learning Process for Driving Community Tourism Development, Case Study of Tha Khoi Community, Bang Ngam Sub-district, Si Prachan District, Suphan Buri Province 2020-03-27T20:28:22+07:00 ชัยณรงค์ ศรีรักษ์ golden.teak.journal@gmail.com ปัทถาพร สุขใจ golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The objectives were to: 1. study information of Tha Khoi Community, Bang Ngam Sub-district, Si Prachan District, Suphan Buri Province in term of community tourism development; 2. develop community tourism activities through community learning process, a case study of Tha Khoi Community, Bang Ngam Sub-district, Si Prachan District, Suphan Buri Province. Meantime, this is a mixed methods research. The agricultural tourism resources assessment form was used for compiling quantitative data. The 267 cases of community members assessed themselves. The computer program was applied for data analysis and presented by descriptive statistics including frequency, percentage and mean. The in-dept interview, focus group and participant observation were conducted with 21 cases of community working group for gathering qualitative data. The content analysis method was implemented for data analysis. The quality was verified and assessed by IOC tool and Cronbach's alpha. Moreover, data triangulation was made for several sources. The community study, Nature-based Tourism Site Potential (ENTSP) and Community-based Tourism; CBT) were applied as framework. The findings proved that : Tha Khoi Community was established in the end of Ayutthaya period by King Naresuan before the elephant war with Burma. Presently, it is a famous rice and agricultural cultivation area resulting in community tourism resources related to history and culture of agricultural community. The culture includes historic sites, temples, houses and the agricultural tourism resources comprising agricultural knowledge, rice farming and orchards. The results of potentiality assessment of agricultural tourism sites show that the overall potentiality of tourism sites was high. It is suitable for agricultural community tourism development with various activities under the concept “history village, community market, agricultural road and Thai way”. The activities consist of organic rice, mix farms, zero waste mushroom farming, Adenium breeding, historical learning and five-temple homage river trip. The tourism activities lead to community learning process in term of knowledge, skill and attitude of community members as stakeholders, exchange knowledge, create positive relationship in community and members have more common sense in community development.</p> 2020-03-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/240881 Situation of Primary School Library under the Office of the Basic Education Commission (OBEC) in Thailand 2020-03-27T20:34:25+07:00 ชโรชีนีย์ ชัยมินทร์ golden.teak.journal@gmail.com สุภาณี เส็งศรี golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>This research aimed to explore situation of primary school libraries under the Office of the Basic Education Commission in Thailand. The questionnaire was used to collect data from 378 school libraries in 6 regions in Thailand according to the standard framework (5 categories &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;17 standards) of school library under the Office of the Basic Education Commission 2013. &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;The research findings revealed that most school administrators had a policy to use libraries to promote reading habits of students, teachers, educational staffs, and communities (96.80%), provided communities to access to library services for learning 80.27% and 93.60% of them had reading habit, seeking for knowledge, and continually self-improving. Most school libraries provided environment and atmosphere to facilitate teaching and learning management (94.93%), information resources related to teaching and learning and the curriculum (82.13%) as well as the library regulations (95.20%), library-based learning activities (94.13%), and continually reading and studying services and reading promotion activities to cultivate reading habits (92.00%). Most teachers or educational staffs were in charge of school librarians who were self-educated and had reading habit (96.53%), organized various reading promotion activities for learning objectives they were responsible to (93.33%). Most students had morality and ethics in using information resources (89.87%) and used the library regularly (92.53%). In terms of information resources, most school libraries provided reference books (94.13%), non-fiction books, fiction books, books in foreign languages, journals, magazines, newspapers (82.67%) but had no electronic books (67.73%) and online lessons (65.07%). Most school libraries did not provide training on library information technology (74.93%) and also had no online social network to promote the use of information resources (74.67%). Moreover, most school libraries provided space and atmosphere for reading and learning (94.40%) and had the suitable equipment for library size and the amount of users (74.13 %).</p> 2020-03-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/240882 An Analysis of Language Meta-functions in Clause Complexes from EFL Thai Upper Secondary School Students’ Personal Experience Recount Writing Products : SFL Perspective 2020-03-27T20:39:49+07:00 Pajonsak Mingsakoon golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Udomkrit Srinon golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>This paper aims at presenting the results of language meta-functions analysis in clause complexes from personal experience recount texts of the six selected EFL Thai upper secondary school participants, selected from the results of pretest writing analysis and the English subject grade point average report of the school’s academic staff. With respect to the case study method, 26 Mattayom Suksa 5 in the math and science program students in the 2<sup>nd</sup> year of high school education were from the purposive randomization from the 6 classes of Mattayom Suksa 5 at the school.&nbsp; This selection made 2 high students (HS1, HS2), 2 middle students (MS1, MS2), and 2 low students (LS1 and LS2). The class was conducted through Systemic Functional Linguistics (SFL) genre-based approach at Hunkhapittayakom Secondary School, Hunkha District, Chainat Province, Thailand in the second semester of the academic year 2015 (Mingsakoon, 2018a; 2018b). The above-mentioned participants’ certain clause complexes in the personal experience writing work were analyzed through the framework of clause complex construction and the meaning making with the language meta-functions in SFL.&nbsp; It revealed that the complex clauses the students constructed in the personal experience recount writing work were made communicably, and the structures of those clauses were complicated under the layers of interdependencies (paratactic and hypotactic relations) and logico-semantic relation serving to the sources of meaning making in the language meta-functions in personal experience recount genre described in the school’s curriculum.</p> 2020-03-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/240883 The Mangala Wai Khru Ceremony 2020-03-27T20:48:59+07:00 กมลธรรม เกื้อบุตร golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The study of Mangkala Wai Khru Ceremony in Phitsanulok is an ethno-musicological research. The qualitative research method was used and the data was collected by formal and informal interview, as well as by participative observation. The objective of this study was 1) to study method of Mangkala Wai Khru Ceremony in Phitsanulok. The research results found that:&nbsp;Mangkala Wai Khru Ceremony in Phitsanulok is commonly done on Thursday of sixth month, every year. The place for the event is the teacher’s home or the band leader’s home. The ceremonial area begins with the setting of the altar of Lord Buddha and the other one includes the head-dresses of music gods, hermit and photo of the dead teachers. Several Mangkala music instruments such as Mangkala drums and Mangkala wind instrument are also set on the altar. The sacrifice includes food, drink and flowers such as the head of a pig, chicken, fruit, flowers, incense, candles, betel, cigarette and silver. In the morning, the monks were invited to pray for luck before the ceremony. After the ceremony done, teacher will started the first lesson to student and delivers programs for alumni to become a teacher.&nbsp;The song that used in ceremony consists of Mai-nueng, Mai-sam, Vien boat, Phaya Dern and Keng tok plug. It will play after the ceremonial verses. The Mangkala Wai Khru ceremony Method is similar to Wai Khru ceremony in Thai traditional music, which uses Thai traditional songs to perform in the rituals. It acts as a link between the teacher and the student.</p> 2020-03-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/240884 The Effects of the STAD Cooperative Learning Technique Using Graded Readers on First-Year English Major Students’ Reading Comprehension and Satisfaction at Rajamangala University of Technology Lanna Tak 2020-03-27T20:54:09+07:00 Metarit Juntong golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Paweena Channuan golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>This study aimed to investigate the effects of using the STAD cooperative learning with graded readers on first-year English major students’ reading comprehension ability and their satisfaction towards the technique at Rajamangala University of Technology Lanna Tak. Thirty two students of English were assigned to attend three hours of additional reading class once a week for eight weeks. In the study, a reading comprehension test was used as the pre-and posttest and analyzed by t-test to assess the improvement of participants’ reading comprehension ability, and a satisfaction questionnaire was administered to gain the students’ feedback on the STAD strategy. The findings showed that the STAD technique significantly enhance the students’ reading comprehension ability, and the participants were satisfied at a high level to engaging the STAD technique in the reading class.</p> 2020-03-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/240885 Psychological Factors Affecting Happy Learning of Students in Faculty of Education, Kamphaeng Phet Rajabhat University 2020-03-27T21:06:07+07:00 ทวนทอง เชาวกีรติพงศ์ golden.teak.journal@gmail.com สมชัย วงษ์นายะ golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The purposes of this research were to 1) study happy learning level of students in the Faculty of Education, Kamphaeng Phet Rajabhat University, 2) study the level of psychological factors that could possibly affect happy learning of the students, and 3) study&nbsp; psychological factors affecting happy learning of the students. The samples were 175 fourth year students in the Faculty of Education of academic year 2018. The research instrument was a questionnaire. The data was analyzed by using mean, standard deviation, and stepwise regression analysis. The research findings revealed that students’ happy learning was at a high level. The psychological factors affecting learning achievement of the students were also at a high level. They were achievement, locus of control, self-esteem, self-efficacy, studying habit, and learning attitude. The three factors that could predict 51.40% of happy learning of students in the Faculty of Education were learning attitude, self-efficacy, and achievement.</p> 2020-03-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/240886 Piphat Folk : Case Study of Piphat Folk Ensemble Sow Duriyasinlapin 2020-03-27T21:10:29+07:00 สุรดิษ ภาคสุชล golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>Piphat folk is a reflection of local identity Through music culture Is an important wisdom heritage that remains with the community. Piphat folk ensemble Sow Duriyasinlapin still has a play in various traditional events in Phimai district and Nearby Places. If the knowledge about the local piphat Folk is risk of loss. Because the knowledgeable person is an elderly group with an average age of 70-80 years. This research is Qualitative research There is a purpose 1) investigate the historical development of the piphat folk ensemble Sow Duriyasinlapin, and 2) to study the roles in society of piphat folk ensemble Sow Duriyasinlapin. through multiple techniques: survey, interview, observation, field-note, and documentary analysis. The research found that piphat folk ensemble Sow Duriyasinlapin received musical knowledge from Mr.Pan (unknown last name) and Mr. Chan (unknown last name), a musician who emigrated from Ban Srisuk, Non Sung District, Nakhon Ratchasima. Mr. Pan taught music and initiated the formation of the pi phat By practicing music for interested people In Ban Tapan, Ban Ranga, Ban Tabong, Ban Nong Chik, Ban Nong Prue and Ban Pra Suk. As for Mr. Chan has conveyed the knowledge of music. At Dong Yai House, Ban Dong Noi, and Ban krachorn. piphat folk ensemble Sow Duriyasinlapin inherited from Mr. Chan to Mr. Pia to Mr. Leang and to Mr. Siva respectively. piphat folk ensemble Sow Duriyasinlapin has served the society by playing in various events, both sacred and unlucky work. Ceremony and ritual; Auspicious event, Misfortune, Ceremony and ritual Including ; Kathin ceremony, Mahachat sermon, Ordination work, wedding, Funeral, The funeral burned, Auspicious ceremony, Ritual of the ancestral spirits. Important roles and duties in performing ceremonies and various rituals to inform the participants of the event and make preparations for the various operations before and beginning the ritual. And to convince the participants of the event to have mental stability And acting for entertainment Refine the mind Allowing the participants to relax as well.</p> 2020-03-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/240887 The Enhancement of the Happiness Working Model of the Organizational Culture By The Instructors of The Northern Rajabhat Universities 2020-03-27T21:19:45+07:00 ตรรกพร สุขเกษม golden.teak.journal@gmail.com ปิยากร หวังมหาพร golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>This research, the enhancement of happiness working model of the organizational culture by instructors of Northern Rajabhat Universities, was a mixed method research which was a combination of quantitative and qualitative research. The study aimed 1) to study the organizational culture pattern of Northern Rajabhat University instructors, 2) to study the happiness working levels of Northern Rajabhat University instructors, 3) to compare the happiness working levels among Northern Rajabhat University instructors, 4) to study the factors influencing the happiness working among instructors of Northern Rajabhat University individually and 5) to approach the happiness working models of Northern Rajabhat University instructors. The research samples were 350 Northern Rajabhat University instructors. The samples were randomly selected. In collecting the data process, the researcher used a 5-rating scale questionnaire which had overall reliability value at 0.90. The data was analyzed by using statistical method which were frequency, mean, standard deviation, Pearson’s coefficient correlation and multiple linear regression analysis. The qualitative research was consisted of 25 participants, collecting data through the in-depth interview method and was analyzed by using the content analysis. The result discovered that 1) the models of organizational culture by the instructors of Northern Rajabhat University were mostly Clan culture and Bureaucrat culture. 2) The overall happiness working level of Northern Rajabhat University professors was found at very happy. Considering in eight dimensions, the results were shown that a dimension with the highest. Moreover, there were five dimensions which were at high level; arranged in order as follow; Good morality, Good family, Good knowledge Relaxation. and Good socialization. There were two dimensions were found at a medium level which were Good financial and Being healthy as follow.&nbsp; 3) The happiness working comparison among Northern Rajabhat University instructors revealed that instructors with different gender, education, income and working period, had statistically differences in happiness working at .05. In addition, 4) the factors influencing working happiness was at .05 statistically. Thus, there were eight variables, arranged in order by using the standardized coefficient towards the happiness working of Northern Rajabhat University instructors, were Colleagues, Working environment, Salary, Clan culture, Leader, Job description, Life quality and balancing, and Bureaucrat culture. The standardized regression equation was Z = .12Z<sub>1</sub> + .27Z<sub>3</sub> + .10Z<sub>4</sub> + .45Z<sub>5</sub>+ .10Z<sub>6</sub> + .17Z<sub>7 </sub>+ .15Z<sub>8 </sub>+ .07Z<sub>10</sub>. 5) The approaching in happiness working conception of Northern Rajabhat University instructors were consisted of 4 approaches. The first approach was to get instructors to understand the job value from the institution, with supporting and promoting the institution preparation. The second approach was to change executive and new quality management. The third approach was to develop a professional working team and last one was to enhance instructors to have self-development, positive attitude and working expertise.</p> 2020-03-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/240888 A competency development model of school administrators for Thailand 4.0 2020-03-27T21:26:21+07:00 ภิชาพัชญ์ โหนา golden.teak.journal@gmail.com ปพนสรรค์ โพธิพิทักษ์ golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>This research aims to 1) study performance factors for school’s administrators in Thailand 4.0&nbsp;2) Create Performance Model for School Administrators in Thailand 4.0 3) Assessment of performance model of school administrators in Thailand 4.0 There are 3 stages of research.&nbsp;1) The study of the components of the performance of school administrators in Thailand 4.0. Providers are experts and luminaries. Selecting a specific sample for 9 persons. School director Teachers and chairmen of basic education institutions a total of 1,137 people were randomly sampled. 2) Creating a Performance Model for School Administrators in Thailand 4.0. Providers are experts and luminaries for 9 expert seminars. 3) Assessment of Performance Model of School Administrators in Thailand 4.0 Providers are experts and luminaries by choosing 5 specific types. The instruments used for data collection were 1) interview form semi-structured 2) The questionnaire was administered to the school administrators in Thailand 4.0, there are 86 levels of estimation. 3) Evaluation form appropriateness of performance patterns of school administrators in Thailand 4.0. Analyze data by average, standard deviation, content analysis and Exploratory Factor Analysis. The research found that performance factors for school administrators in Thailand 4.0, there are 6 elements. Element 1 Strategic management competency, element 2 knowledge capacity, element 3 personality traits, element 4 team building capacity, element 5 change management capability, elements 6 performance management. A model of competency for school administrators in Thailand 4.0 consists of three components : Lead ,content section and the adoption. The evaluation of Performance model of school administrators in Thailand 4.0. The pattern was most accurate. It is very appropriate. There is a great possibility and the benefits are at the highest level.</p> 2020-03-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/240889 The Development of Indicator for Supervisor Competency to Promote Learning in the 21ST Century 2020-03-27T21:32:39+07:00 สุภาพร ธรรมสอน golden.teak.journal@gmail.com พิสมัย รบชนะชัย พูลสุข golden.teak.journal@gmail.com วิสุทธิ์ วิจิตรพัชราภรณ์ golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The objectives of this research aimed to 1. develop the indicator for supervisor competency to promote learning in the 21<sup>ST</sup> century, 2. verify the congruence of structural relationship&nbsp;of indicator for supervisor competency to promote learning in the 21<sup>ST</sup> century model, and 3. develop the manual of indicator for supervisor competency to promote learning in the 21<sup>ST</sup> The research procedures consisted of 3 phrases: 1) developing the indicator for supervisor competency to promote learning in the 21<sup>ST</sup> century by interviewing 12 experts,&nbsp;2) verifying the congruence of structure&nbsp; relationship of indicator for supervisor competency &nbsp;to promote learning in the 21ST century model, and 3) developing the manual of indicator &nbsp;for supervisor&nbsp; competency to promote learning in the 21<sup>ST</sup> century by a workshop with 18 experts. The research findings indicated that The results of the development of indicator for supervisor competency to promote learning in the 21<sup>ST</sup>century consisted of 7 components and 21 indicators. The results of the congruence of structural relationship of indicator for&nbsp;supervisor competency to promote learning in the 21<sup>ST</sup> century model showed that&nbsp; the congruence of the causal model of supervisor&nbsp; competency to promote learning in the 21<sup>ST</sup> century according to hypothesis and empirical data. The development of manual of indicator for supervisor competency to promote learning in the 21<sup>ST</sup> century found that the manual was appropriate, congruent, and infallible.</p> 2020-03-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/240890 Mae-Mai-Pleng-Thai : A Study of Representation in Rural Community 2020-03-27T21:46:34+07:00 กมลลฎา นาคแทน golden.teak.journal@gmail.com พัชรินทร์ อนันต์ศิริวัฒน์ golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>This research aimed to study creating replaced images in rural community in positive traits and negative traits which was found in folk songs in the set of art of Thai songs The result of study was found that there was creating space of rural community to be Binary opposition which can show the behavior and concept of rustic players which had changed as per the condition of each area. There were 2 apparent traits which were 1) folk songs created replaced image in rural community in positive way by describing the character of Idealism. It was peaceful and nice place. The rustic players were described in the song and they had simple life by being sufficient and humble; moreover, their lives bond with nature. 2) folk songs created replaced images in negative way by mentioning about&nbsp; poor area and problem of rural people such as disasters that directly affect lifestyle of people for 2 things which were draught and flood. Moreover, there were problem about economy and education in rural society and the rustic players who do role play in song were always built to be inferior than city people such as inferior education and poor status etc.</p> 2020-03-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/240891 The Development of Budgeting Management Model Based on Good Governance of Schools under KamphaengphetPrimary Educational Service Area Office 2020-03-27T21:51:44+07:00 สมเกียรติ ภูสมศรี golden.teak.journal@gmail.com พิสมัย รบชนะชัย พูลสุข golden.teak.journal@gmail.com ณัฐฐินันท์ พราหมณ์สังข์ golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>This research aimed to develop the budgeting management model based on good governance of schools under Kamphaengphetprimary educational service area office. The research procedure followed 4 phases as follows: 1) to study the state and problem of budgeting management model based on good governance of schools under Kamphaengphetprimary educational service area office; 2) to develop and validate the budgeting management model based on good governance; 3) to evaluate the budgeting management model based on good governance and&nbsp; 4) to conduct a manual, proposed policy, and practical policy of using the budgeting management model based on good governance. The research results revealed that at the first procedure the state and problem of schools budgeting management were ambiguous in some aspects. The second procedure showed that there were 8 components of the development of budgeting management model as the following: 1) principle 2) objective 3) context 4) input 5) process 6) output 7) evaluation and 8) successful condition. The third procedure was found at the highest level in term of suitability, possibility, and usefulness.&nbsp; The result of the manual, proposed policy, and practical policy of using the budgeting management model based on good governance were account for preface, introduction, the role and responsibility, principle and procedure, condition of work, work instruction, problem and threat, solution and development, reference, and appendix. The evaluation of manual was validated at the highest level.</p> 2020-03-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/240892 Agricultural Water Management Strategies of Sub-district Administrative Orgranizations in Phitsanulok Province 2020-03-27T21:59:17+07:00 เกษม อิ่มทุ่งน้อย golden.teak.journal@gmail.com สุนทรี ดวงทิพย์ golden.teak.journal@gmail.com นพคุณ ชูทัน golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The purposes of this research was to study the strategic development for agricultural water management of Sub-district Administrative Organization in Phitsanulok Province. The methodology was as follows: 1) studying the states, the problems and the factors related with agricultural water management of Sub-district Administrative Organization in Phitsanulok Province, the research instruments were a questionnaire and focus group discussion. Data were analyzed using frequency distribution, means, and standard deviation. 2) Developing and assessing the strategy, the research instruments wee document analysis, interview, workshop, connoisseurship and assessment form. The data were analyzed using content analysis, means and standard deviation. The results revealed that 1) the state of agricultural water management was found that majority of Sub-district Administrative Organization notified the importance of agricultural water management. There was the plan of agricultural water management. The plan was used to set the guideline of actual plan. The problem of agricultural water management was found that the amount of officers was insufficient. The structure of agricultural water management was not consistent with the area. The factor related with agricultural water management was found that governmental policy could&nbsp;support the operation of agricultural water management. 2) There were 11 strategies&nbsp;for agricultural water management. 3) The evaluation of the strategy was found that&nbsp;the agreement the appropriateness, the possibility and&nbsp; the acceptance were at the&nbsp;high and the highest levels.</p> 2020-03-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/240894 The Model Development of Health Promotion Based on Upper Secondary School Students under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office 2 in Bangkok 2020-03-27T22:09:30+07:00 มิ่งขวัญ ศิริโชติ golden.teak.journal@gmail.com สุพัฒน์ ธีรเวชเจริญชัย golden.teak.journal@gmail.com เอมอัชฌา วัฒนบุรานนท์ golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>This research was a quasi experimental research aimed to develop health promotion activity model. The purpose was to study the result of using health promotion model for upper secondary school students under the secondary educational service area office 2 in Bangkok. The samples were grade 10 students in the first semester of the academic year 2018 of Nawaminthrachinuthit Triamudomsuksanomklao school. They were divided into 2 groups, 45 students each. One group for experimental group and the other one was the comparison group. The experiment was designed by experimental group and comparison group using Nonequivalent Control Groups. Instrument tools used in this research are health promotion activities for upper secondary school students which consisted of 6 activities as following: 1) Health-loving people daring to change; 2) Self-reliant activities; 3) Volunteer activities;&nbsp; 4) Learning activities; 5) Health exhibition activities and 6) Health promotion guidance activities. The data were analyzed by frequency, percentage, mean (x), standard deviation (S.D.), and&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;t-test mean difference. The research found that: 1. Health promotion model for upper secondary school students under the secondary educational service area office 2 in Bangkok consisted of 6 activities. The evaluation showed that health promotion model for upper secondary school students has passed the quality examination by expert. The Index of Congruency (I.O.C.) was 1.00 2. After using The health promotion model for upper secondary school students under the secondary educational service area office 2 in Bangkok the experimental group had a significantly developed mean score of physical, psychological,&nbsp; social health behaviors, and health knowledge compared the control group (p&lt;0.05).</p> 2020-03-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/240895 The use of English Regular Plural forms by Thai EFL Learners 2020-03-27T22:15:38+07:00 Chukiat Chanthawee golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Apichai Rungruang golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>According to Markedness Differential Hypothesis (MDH), the degree of difficulty in learning a target language can be predicted according to the degree of markedness between the first and second languages. Based on the MDH, this study investigates how well participants could perceive and produce the sounds of English regular plural forms ([s], [z] and [z]). Sixty Thai university students majoring in English participated in the study. They were divided into two groups according to their academic year (30 first-year and 30 fourth-year students). Two tests (perception and production tests) were employed in this study. The result shows that participants in both groups have a problem perceiving the regular plural sound [z], while the regular plural sounds [z] and [z] were difficult to produce.</p> 2020-03-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c)