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The purposes of this research were to compare the students’ English learning motivation and the internship undergraduates’ creativity before and after using PLEARN learning strategy. The target experimental group were purposively selected including 32 Mathayomsuksa 3 students at Watchangkaen School and 13 internship undergraduate students who enrolled in Teaching English for International Communication Course at Rajamangala University of Technology Lanna, during the academic year 2016. The research instruments were PLEARN learning strategy lesson plans, the students’ English learning motivation questionnaire, and a creative thinking skill test. The PLEARN learning strategy lesson plans were implemented with the students by the internship undergraduates. The data were collected and analyzed by using the computer program for mean, standard deviation and percentage. The research findings revealed that the students’ English learning motivation was increased from a moderate level to a very high level and the internship undergraduates’ creativity was increased from a moderate level to a high level after the implementation of PLEARN learning strategy.
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