The Implementation of Quizizz Application to Enhance Reading Comprehension Ability of Mathayomsuksa 2 Students
คำสำคัญ:Quizizz application, Reading Comprehension Skills
The objectives of this research were to compare the students’ reading comprehension ability before and after the implementation of the Quizizz application and to explore the students’ opinions about the implementation of the Quizizz application to enhance their reading comprehension ability. The population was 276 Mathayomsuksa 2 students who enrolled in the course of Supplementary English (E22201) in the first semester of the 2021 academic year at Dara Academy, Chiang Mai, Thailand. The sample group consisted of 46 Mathayomsuksa 2/6 students obtained by applying the cluster sampling method. The research instruments used were the lesson plans, the pre-and post-test English reading comprehension, and a questionnaire. Statistical methods for data analysis included mean (x̄), percentage, standard deviation (S.D.), and the paired sample t-test. The results revealed the implementation of the Quizizz application enhanced the students’ reading comprehension ability. The average of the post-test score result was significantly higher than the average of the pre-test score at a level of .05. The students had an overwhelmingly positive opinion of the implementation of this instructional application. They found reading comprehension class with the implementation of the Quizizz application enjoyable, and they viewed that the use of the Quizizz application enabled them to understand and learn systematically.
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