Reconceptualization of display elicitations: a micro-analytic study of classroom interaction

Authors

ผศ.ม.ล.ดร.จิราภา อาภากร

Published

Theory an Practice in Language Studies

Abstract

This study aimed 1) to investigate the effects of online instruction using the
ASSURE model with scenario-based learning (SBL) on the English listening skill for
the airline business and 2) to explore students’ attitudes towards online instruction using
the ASSURE model with SBL on the English listening skill for the airline business. The
sample consisted of 15 undergraduate students enrolling in English for Airline Business
at Rajamangala University of Technology Lanna Nan in the first semester of 2021. The
instruments involved the English listening skill for airline business pre-test and posttest, instructional plans, and interview questions. The data obtained from the pre-test
and post-test scores were analyzed using descriptive statistics, including mean and
standard deviation. In addition, the results from the interview were analyzed
qualitatively using content analysis. The Wilcoxon Signed Rank illustrated the post-test
scores increase with statistical significance (p ≤ .0005) regarding the first objective. For
the second objective, it was found that online instruction, the ASSURE model, and SBL
could enhance English listening skills for the airline business.

(2560). Reconceptualization of display elicitations: a micro-analytic study of classroom interaction. Theory an Practice in Language Studies, 2560(1), 29-36.