The Results of Learning Management by Using the Five - Steps Process to Promote Literary Criticism Ability of Mathayomsuksa 4 Students

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Parinya Wichairat
Sumana Kheannil
Wipawan Eakwannang

Abstract

     The purposes of this research were  1) to develop the activities by using Five-Steps Process 2) to study the  results of Thai literary criticism by using Five-Steps Process of Mathayomsuksa 4 students. The sample group of this research comprised 8 students in Mathayomsuksa 4 who were studying in academic year 2020. The research tools were lesson plans and the test that spent 5 weeks and 8 periods for teaching.              


     The finding of this study revealed that; 1) the lesson plans with Five-Steps Process was suitable because index based on the consistency of 1.00. 2) The results of Thai literary learning management after using Five-Steps Process were 60 percent which were able to upgrade and support students ability in Thai literary criticism. This effected students’ planning in learning which had more systems, students were able to criticize and it made them had various topics and concepts, supporting active atmosphere in classroom, having good interaction between students and students, the researcher and students. Students were energetic and fun with  this activity rather than normal activity. This process effected students analytical thinking, interpretation, evaluation, argument and properly criticism ability, bringing the advantages and disadvantages to apply in studying and doing the next test. The limit of this process, teacher must always suggest students closely and spent more time for learning management.

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Wichairat ป., Kheannil ส. . ., & Eakwannang ว. . . (2021). The Results of Learning Management by Using the Five - Steps Process to Promote Literary Criticism Ability of Mathayomsuksa 4 Students . Wiwitwannasan Journal of Language and Culture, 5(2), 283–301. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/wiwitwannasan/article/view/248260
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