USING ROLE-PLAY TO IMPROVE CHINESE LANGUAGE SPEAKING SKILLS : CASE STUDY FROM INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE, SURAT THANI CAMPUS, PRINCE OF SONGKLA UNIVERSITY

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Yaowaluk Wisutsiri
Manaporn Banpurng
Asama Tasanameelarp

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The purposes of this research were to compare the learners’ Chinese speaking scores before and after learning by using role-playing activities and the learners’ satisfactions towards role-playing activities. The samples of the study were 70 undergraduate students majoring in Chinese for Business Communication who enrolled Chinese 3 in the first semester of academic year 2021, case study from International College, Surat Thani Campus, Prince of Songkla University, selected by purposive sampling technique. The research instruments were four situation role-playing activities in Chinese language, Chinese speaking pre-test and Chinese speaking post-test, a satisfaction questionnaire, and a semi-structure interview. The statistics used to analyze the data were mean, standard deviation, and dependent samples t-test. The findings revealed that the samples speaking post-test scores were significantly higher than their pre-test scores at the level of .05 and the samples satisfactions towards learning through role-playing activities were at the high level (gif.latex?\bar{x} = 4.47).

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Wisutsiri เ., Banpurng ม., & Tasanameelarp อ. (2021). USING ROLE-PLAY TO IMPROVE CHINESE LANGUAGE SPEAKING SKILLS : CASE STUDY FROM INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE, SURAT THANI CAMPUS, PRINCE OF SONGKLA UNIVERSITY. Journal of Industrial Education, 20(3), 112–121. Retrieved from https://ph01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JIE/article/view/245513
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