Browsing by Author "Kanyarat Getkham"
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A comparative corpus-based study of nursing and language teaching research articles: a multidimensional analysis Woravit Kitjaroenpaiboon; Kanyarat Getkham (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016)
This paper presents the results of multidimensional analyses investigating patterns of linguistic features in Nursing Research Article Corpus (NURAC) and Language Teaching Research Article Corpus (LTRAC). The findings showed the nursing research articles contained four stylistic patterns and communicative functions. They are Evaluative Stance Focused, Established Knowledge Focused, Claim Focused, and Intention Focused. The language teaching research articles contained six stylistic patterns and communicative functions. They are Persuasion Focused, ...
Interactional metadiscourse markers in applied linguistics research articles: a cross-cultural and cross-sectional analysis Thapanee Musiget; Kanyarat Getkham (National Institute of Development Administration, 2017)
This study examines how interactional metadiscourse markers, written by native and non-native English writers in English applied linguistics research articles, are cross-culturally and cross-sectionally used. The selection of five leading journals, Journal of Second Language Writing, Language Learning, English for Specific Purposes, Studies in Second Language Acquisition and Reading and Writing, was based on SCImago Journal Rank 2014. A total number of 60 research articles were randomly selected. The model of analysis was suggested by Hyland’s ...
The effect of computer assisted pronunciation learning program on Thai college students' pronunciation performance and autonomous learning capacity Narathip Thumawongsa; Kanyarat Getkham (National Institute of Development Administration, 2014)
The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of the computer assisted pronunciation learning (CAPL) program on Thai college students’ English pronunciation performance and autonomous learning capacity. Some quantitative and qualitative techniques were applied. Forty nine Srinakharinwirot university students who enrolled in English Phonetics were randomly divided into experimental and control groups. Students in the experimental group studied pronunciation by the integration of the traditional teaching style and the CAPL program, ...