The Development of Thai Creative Writing Ability in Grade 5 Students using Synectics Instructional Model and Cartoon

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สุคนธรัตน์ สร้อยทองดี
ชญาดา ทับภูมี ทับภูมี

Abstract

The objectives of this research were 1) to develop the ability of grade 5 students on creative and imaginative writing in Thai subject using Synectics Instructional Model and cartoon image technique, and 2) to study the current situation of learning management for developing students’ ability on creative and imaginative writing. The target group of this classroom action research was 30 grade 5 students at Nampong School during academic year 2016. Research instruments consisted of 1) learning units and lesson plans designed through the process of Synectics Instructional Model and the use of cartoon image technique, 2) students’ work evaluation form, and 3) refection tools which included observation form for teacher’s learning management behavior and observation form for students’ learning behavior. Data was analyzed through mean and percentage.


The research findings were as follows. The mean score of ability of grade 5 students on writing creative and imaginative story in Thai subject using the techniques as mentioned above throughout the 3 cycles of evaluating students’ works was 77.57%. It was found that 22 students or 73.33% of them, which higher than the determined criterion, could pass this criterion. This indicated that the learning management using Synectics Instructional Model and cartoon image technique could definitely develop students’ ability on writing the creative and imaginative story. The result of studying the current situation of learning process management indicated a better level and a good level of action.


 

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สร้อยทองดี ส., & ทับภูมี ช. ท. (2018). The Development of Thai Creative Writing Ability in Grade 5 Students using Synectics Instructional Model and Cartoon. Journal of Educational Review Faculty of Education in MCU, 4(2), 68–82. Retrieved from https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/EDMCU/article/view/143936
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