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The purposes of this research were 1) to study the problem situation and guidelines for the development of an instructional model that enhance the creation of self-knowledge and scientific process skills on Atmosphere in Science Strand for 1st Mathayomsuksa 2) to create and develop an instructional model 3) to trial the instructional model 4) to assess the satisfactory level towards the instructional model. The research instruments were 1) instructional model 2) lesson plan 3) the consistency assessment form of the instructional model 4) Knowledge test 5) science process skills test and 6) satisfaction questionnaire.
The findings of this study were as follows:
- The students had problems in understanding the learning content on atmosphere at the lowest level-moderate overall 70.42. The things that students still in need of improvement were as follows: experiments, surfing internet, lectures, knowledge sheets, work sheets, measurement tools, video clips, joint discussions, invention tools and report, respectively.
- The instructional model that enhance the creation of self-knowledge and scientific process skills. It consisted of five components: 1) Review prior Knowledge 2) Connect new Knowledge 3) Inquiry Method 4) More Content and 5) Check for Understanding. Suitable the highest level and effective according to the criteria 80/80
- Results of trial instructional model that students had academic achievement after learning higher than before statistical significance at the level of .05
- The students were satisfied with the instructional model at the highest level.
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