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Manaporn Banpurng
Yaowaluk Wisutsiri


The Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) program on Hanyu Pinyin was created for beginners of Chinese to develop the knowledge about compound word and pronounce Chinese phonetic symbols independently. The objectives of this study were 1) to develop the Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) program on Hanyu Pinyin based on the efficiency criterion of 80/80, 2) to compare the performance of the students’ Hanyu Pinyin achievement before and after learning with the program CAI, and 3) to find out whether or not students were satisfied with the computer-assisted instruction program. By using purposive sampling for this study, there were selected 15 students studying Chinese I in the first semester of the academic year 2021 at Prince of Songkla University, Surat Thani Campus. The research instruments were a a five-chapter program CAI, a Mandarin Chinese Phonetic Test (Pinyin), a pre-test and a post-test, and a questionnaire on the students' satisfaction with learning through the program CAI. The statistics used for data analysis were percentage, mean, standard deviation, E1/E2, and t-test. The research results showed that the efficiency of the program CAI on Hanyu Pinyin was 88.02/80.15. The students' knowledge of Hanyu Pinyin after learning through the program CAI was significantly higher than before learning .05 and the students were satisfied with the program CAI on Hanyu Pinyin at a high level (gif.latex?\bar{x} = 4.47). The students had interactions with the program and were able to control it themselves easily. Moreover, there were ongoing tests that reflected the achievement scores of the students, and the result was expressed as a percentage of correct pronunciation. Therefore, the students had more motivations in learning which they comprehended the lessons better and they had positive attitudes towards the lessons.


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Banpurng ม., & Wisutsiri เ. (2021). USING COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTION ONLINE SYSTEM ON HANYU PINYIN FOR THE BASIC CHINESE LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT. Journal of Industrial Education, 20(3), 135–145. Retrieved from
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