English instructional model based on communicative abroad universities students
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he purposes of this research were to study English speaking ability of Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology students according to English instructional model based on communicative approach theory to compare TNI students’ English speaking ability before and after speaking class; and 3) to investigate TNI students’ satisfaction with the speaking class. The subjects were undergraduate students at Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology during second semester of 2016 academic year which derived through simple random sampling technique. The instruments used in this experiment were the pre-post English speaking test, the lesson plans, the English speaking ability evaluation form, and the questionnaire on students’ satisfaction towards the speaking class.
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