สื่อการเรียนรู้ภาษาอังกฤษด้วยตนเองเพื่อวัตถุประสงค์เฉพาะสำหรับเจ้าหน้าที่ตำรวจศูนย์รับแจ้งเหตุฉุกเฉิน 191 : กรณีศึกษาในศูนย์รับแจ้งเหตุฉุกเฉิน 191 ตำรวจภูธรจังหวัดขอนแก่น
ESP Self-Learning Material for Thai 191 Policemen: A Case Study in 191 Khon Kaen Police Emergency Center
Recently, in Thailand, there have been high demands for English usage in the workplace including law enforcement like police organizations. To successfully complete international communication, Thai policemen should be well-equipped with English language skills and knowledge. Self-learning material could be the main channel of their English learning. This qualitative study aimed to describe feasible components of English self-learning material that can serve English usage purposes of policemen working at 191 provincial emergency unit, Khon Kaen Province. Qualitative needs analysis covering the four aspects of their 1) police functions that English is used for, 2) current English language skills and knowledge, 3) weakness in English language skills and knowledge, and 4) requirement of English language skills and knowledge. The results of the needs analysis clearly reflected the components of effective English self-learning material that can serve learners’ needs of English, fill up the learners’ lacks, and enhance their English language skills and knowledge.
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