Perception of Word Meaning Caused by Epidemic Influence of Corona Virus Infection 2019 of Students in Grade 9, Nakhon Ratchasima Province

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Kantitat Janwiset


              The objective of this research to compare the perceived meaning of words caused epidemic among students who had previously and those who had never been infected with the novel coronavirus 2019. was to study the perception of word meaning caused by the influence of the spread of the Coronavirus

              The research sample consisted of Grade 9 students in the academic year 2022
of schools under the Nakhon Ratchasima Secondary Educational Service Area Office, consisting of 5 schools from the Academic Network Coordination Center. The sample was obtained by purposive selection. The research tool was a word recognition test created by the influence of the coronavirus epidemic 2019. Data were collected from a 60-item test to measure students' perception of a number of words. The data were then analyzed for mean, percentage, mode, and standard deviation.

              The results revealed that : 1. The results of the test revealed that students perception of the meaning of words caused by the influence of the coronavirus epidemic 2019 it was found that students had the highest level of recognition of 27 words, representing 90.00%. Students had a high level of recognition of 3 words, representing 10.00%. and
2. Comparison of perceived word meanings of ever students and who have never been infected with the novel coronavirus 2019 found that students with a history of coronavirus infection 2019 There was greater awareness of words caused by epidemic influence than students with no history of viral infection. corona 2019

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Janwiset, K. (2023). Perception of Word Meaning Caused by Epidemic Influence of Corona Virus Infection 2019 of Students in Grade 9, Nakhon Ratchasima Province. WIWITWANNASAN, 7(3), 131–146. Retrieved from
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