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This research was entitled ‘A Study on English Teaching Methods through Total Physical Response and Storytelling for English Listening, Speaking and Writing Skills of Students in the Faculty of Humanities, Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University’. It was a quasi-experimental research and qualitative research with the objectives to study the level of knowledge on English-listening, English-speaking and English-writing skills as well as to compare between before and after English teaching methods with the physical response and storytelling. The sample group consisted of the 1st – 4th year students with the number of 186 persons, including additional in-depth interviews with 24 M.A. students in English Major (International Program) who were studying at the Faculty of Humanities in Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University. For data collection, questionnaire and in-depth interview were used. The data were analyzed in percentage, mean, and inferential statistics using t-test and f-test. Results of this research were as the followings:
The information before teaching English by using the method of total physical response and storytelling towards the opinions of students as an overview, students were interested in this teaching method, it was at the moderate level, after learning and teaching, it was at the highest level with the mean which was equal to 4.53. From the comparison between before and after teaching English by using the method of total physical response and storytelling by using t-test, it was significantly different at the level of 0.000. The result of a comparison between before and after learning and teaching English was found that students had knowledge and ability in using English in 3 aspects for both before and after attending the class that could be compared as the followings: 1) English-speaking; 2) English-listening; and, 3) English-writing. When comparing each item by using t-test, it was significantly different at 0.000 for every item.
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