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The objectives of this research were 1) to develop learning activities in flipped classroom to enhance English speaking skill of university students in elementary major as a required effective criterion at 80/80, 2) to study the ability levels of English speaking skill from the university students through learning activities in flipped classroom 3) to compare the ability levels of English speaking skill of the university students before and after implementing flipped classroom. The sampling of this research was selected by the purposive sample group and the sampling was 33 undergraduate students in Elementary Major in the Faculty of Education, Phranakhon Si Ayutthaya Rajabhat University. All of them enrolled in English for Elementary school teacher course. This research was an experimental research and the research materials were flipped classroom learning activities’ lesson plans, speaking skills’ observation forms, and tests. The data were analyzed by Percentages, Means, Standard Deviation (S.D.), Effective (E1/E2) and T-Test.
The research results were found as follows;
- The effective of criterion learning activities in flipped classroom to enhance English speaking skill of the university students in Elementary majors were 80.85/81.72.
- The ability of the students in speaking skills was at high level.
3. The ability of English speaking skill after using the flipped classroom learning activities was higher than before using this method with statistically significant difference at .05 level.
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ทัศนะและความคิดเห็นที่ปรากฏในบทความในวารสาร ถือเป็นความรับผิดชอบของผู้เขียนบทความนั้น และไม่ถือเป็นทัศนะและความรับผิดชอบของกองบรรณาธิการ ยินยอมว่าบทความเป็นลิขสิทธิ์ของวารสาร
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