Factors Affecting the Success in Instructional Management of the Thai Language Learning Area at Prathom Suksa VI Level of School

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สุวรรณี ยหะกร

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The objectives of this research were to study (1) the success level of instruction by teachers in the Thai Language Learning Area at Prathom Suksa VI level in School ; (2) the relationships between the success level of instruction by teachers in the Thai Language Learning Area at Prathom Suksa VI in School  level and the size of school; and (3) the factors affecting the success of instruction by teachers in the Thai Language Learning Area at Prathom Suksa VI level in School.  The research sample consisted of 216 Schools offering classes to Prathom Suksa VI students, obtained by stratified random sampling. The key informants were 216 teachers, representing each school size.The employed research instrument was a questionnaire.  Statistics for data analysis were the percentage, mean, standard deviation, chi-square test, Pearson’s correlation, and regression analysis. Research findings were as follows: 1)Regarding the success level of instruction by teachers in the Thai Language Learning Area at Prathom Suksa VI level in School  found that the success level of medium sized school was higher than those of the large and small schools.                    2)Regarding the relationships between the success level of instruction by teachers in the Thai Language Learning Area at Prathom Suksa VI level in School and the size of school, it was found that the size of school in which the teachers work correlates significantly at the .05 level with the success level of instruction by the teachers. And 3) The factors affecting the success of instruction by teachers in the Thai Language Learning Area at Prathom Suksa VI  level in School were the factor of administrator’s supports (Adm), the factor of students (Stu), the factor of instructional management (Inst), and the factor of parents’ supports (Par).  They could be combined to predict the success of instruction by 9.6 per cent.  The predicting regression equations in the forms of raw and standard scores were as shown below:


Yach  =  27.057  +  2.371(Adm)  +  0.988(Stu)  +  2.235(Ins)  -  0.991(Par)


Zach  =  0.203Zadm  +  0.099Zstu  +  0.161Zinst  -  .1327par   

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