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Title: The application of intensive reading approach with multimodal teaching for esl reading comprehension skill of grade 6 bhutanese students
Authors: Pema, Tenzin
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor: Asst. Prof. Nipaporn Sakulwongs, Ed.D.
Keywords: Reading comprehension;English language -- study and teaching -- Foreign speakers;Language and languages -- Study and teaching
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Rangsit University
metadata.dc.description.other-abstract: The learning objectives of this study were to find out students’ reading comprehension and satisfaction towards the use of intensive reading approach with multimodal for ESL reading comprehension skill of grade 6 Bhutanese students. This quasi-experimental of quantitative and qualitative study was conducted to gather the required data. The instruments used to gather quantitative and qualitative data were reading comprehension tests (pretest and posttest) and semi-structured interview respectively. The quantitative data were analysed using paired sample t-test in the computer program and qualitative data were analysed using the thematic analysis technique. The analysis of the pretest and posttest scores showed 100% students’ improvement. The mean (x̅) difference of 8.18 between posttest (x̅ = 24.84) and pretest (x̅ = 16.66). The significant value (.01), indicating a significant increase in the posttest scores as compared to the pretest. Hence, the use of intensive reading approach with multimodal improved the reading comprehension and showed positive learning satisfaction. Therefore, this study recommends using intensive reading approach with multimodal as one of the learning strategies to improve the reading comprehension skills of students.
Description: Thesis (M.Ed. (In Curriculum and Instruction))-- Rangsit University, 2022 ศึกษาศาสตรมหาบัณฑิต ปริญญาโท หลักสูตรและการสอน
metadata.dc.type: Thesis
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