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The purposes of this research were to (1) develop the active learning approaches for an instruction of PH106 Reading and Writing in Philosophy course (2) develop the analytical reading skill in the philosophy and religions program’s first year undergraduate students taking course in Reading and Writing in Philosophy (3) develop the critical writing skill in the philosophy and religions program’s first year undergraduate students taking course in Reading and Writing in Philosophy. Pretest and posttest were used in collecting data from 35 first year students in Philosophy and religions program from Srinakharinwirot University in academic year 2019. Quantitative data were analyzed by using t-test dependent to determine the result of developing analytical reading and critical writing skills by active learning approaches. Results indicated that the average students’ analytical reading and critical writing skills after using the active learning approaches were higher than before using the active learning approaches.
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