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The purposes of this study were to study the students’ English pronunciation ability and to compare the students’ English vocabulary knowledge after being taught through Phonics Method. The target group was 20 Mathayom Suksa 1 students. The research instruments consisted of ten lesson plans using Phonics Method, English pronunciation ability test, and English vocabulary knowledge test. The data obtained were analyzed by using mean, standard deviation and percentage. The results showed that, the students’ English pronunciation ability passed the pre-set criteria at a quite good level and the students’ vocabulary knowledge increased from a lower than the criteria to a moderate level.
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