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    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, ...
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    An investigation into the perceptions of Thai international tertiary students towards the outward ethnic looking appearance of their EFL teachers in Thailand 

    Yuth Thongcharoen; Lee, Yu-Hsiu (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016)

    English Language Teaching is a field of research with a vast body of knowledge which has cultivated a plethora of related subjects of interest such as: ELF, World Englishes, Native-ness, ESL/EFLetc… However one topic which can still benefit from more research in ELT is the perception of the language students about their teachers and how it pertains to their outward appearance, ethnicity and teachers’ competency. The thesis will explore these attitudes in the context of Thailand in order to confirm to debunk their accuracy.