The Study of Using Result of the Learning Media - The Series of The Puzzle Organs for Expand The Achievement about Human Body Organs of The Primary Students Grade 6, Watchaomool School, Bangkok

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ปัญจ์ปพัชรภร บุญพร้อม

Abstract

The Study of Using Result of the Learning Media - The Series of The Puzzle Organs for Expand The Achievement about Human Body Organs of The Primary Students Grade 6, Watchaomool School, Bangkok.


The Purposes are :


  • Compare the achievement of the students about human body organs before and after using the learning media - the series of the puzzle organs.

  • Study the capability of the learning media – the series of the puzzle organs about human body organs for the primary students grade 6 with the criteria performance 75/75 and


    • Study the satisfaction level of the students is effective to the teaching method by using the learning media.

    The population is the primary student grade 6 amount 25 students which studying the science in semester 1, year 2019. The research tools are the learning media – the series of the puzzle organs of science in grade 6 about respiratory system, digestive system, excretory system. Operated by data collection before teaching with methods of testing knowledge before and after studying and measure satisfaction in teaching and learning. Analyze descriptive data and use statistics, average, standard deviation and test difference statistics between exam score before and after studying T-test.


                The results are:


                1) The learning achievement measurement after study is higher than before study statistical significance at the level .05 with average 13.12 of 15 scores.


                2) The learning media – the series of the puzzle organs for grade 6 is effective 75.11/87.47 that is higher than criterion 75/75 defined and


                3) The satisfaction level of using the learning media of students having the highest mean value at the highest level ( = 4.85)


     



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