STORY TELLING ATIVITIES THROUGH A LARGE STORY BOOK TO PREMOTE SPEAKING SKILLS FOR EARLY CHLDHOOD IN THE 21st CENTURY

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คันธรส ภาผล (Khantharot Papol)

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This research aims to 1) examine the efficiency of storytelling activities through the large story books which the efficiency was 80/80, 2) compare speaking skills of early childhood using storytelling, and 3) study the satisfaction of storytelling activities by using a large story book of preschool children.The samples used in this research are multi-step random sampling. By lottery method in the following lottery, select educational area, Pathumthani Primary Educational Service Area Office then pick the lottery, choose the school, Wat Nimit School lottery, select the kindergarten class 3 age range 5-6 years, number 1 classroom, can sample groups of 25 people to be a sample group. Tools used in this research. The storytelling activities were organized by using a large story book with the consistency index (IOC) between 0.67-1.00. Test for speaking skills of young children before and after activities the confidence value is equal to .87. Test for speaking skills of young children before and after activities the confidence value is equal to .87 and the satisfaction measure for organizing storytelling activities using a large story book of preschool children. Research design was one-group pretest-posttest design. Data were analyzed by using dependent Samples t-test.


          The research result were summarized as follows 1) Storytelling activities using 5 large stories books. To measure vocabulary in speech and sentence in the story by organizing activities every Wednesday at 12.30-12.45 pm for 15 times. Based on the results of the storytelling activities using the big story book with efficiency (E1/E2) equal to 76.48 / 83.00 which meets the criteria. 2) Early childhood speaking skills after learning through storytelling activities was higher than before learning through storytelling activities at the .05 level of significance, and 3) Early childhood children are satisfied with storytelling activities through large children's story books at the high level (gif.latex?\bar{X} = 2.90 and S.D. = 0.37).

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