The Development of English Listening Comprehension Supplementary Material Using Podcast for the First Year English Major Students at Songkhla Rajabhat University

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Dhitthita Sinraksa
Sanantinee Soreb
Pathumrat Sukpan

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The study aimed to 1) develop English listening comprehension supplementary material using podcast for First year English Major students which contains components such as skill lessons available in audio and video, as well as quizzes, and 2) investigate students’ satisfaction towards English listening comprehension supplementary material using podcast for First year English Major students. The samples were 52 first year English major students, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Songkhla Rajabhat University, who enrolled in the 1551126 course (Basic Principles of English Listening and Speaking). They were selected by purposive sampling. The research instruments were the listening comprehension supplementary material using podcast, the questionnaire of the podcast and the questionnaire on students’ satisfaction. The data was analyzed by mean and standard deviation. The results of the study indicated that: 1) The result of the questionnaire of the podcast was excellent with the means value at (gif.latex?\bar{\chi&space;}=4.13) and 2) The result of the questionnaire on satisfaction of students was at a high level with the means value at (gif.latex?\bar{\chi&space;}=4.23).

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Sinraksa, D., Soreb, S., & Sukpan, P. (2022). The Development of English Listening Comprehension Supplementary Material Using Podcast for the First Year English Major Students at Songkhla Rajabhat University. Journal of Education and Innovative Learning, 2(2), 97–108. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jeil/article/view/255801
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