Kornwipa Poonpon

Kornwipa Poonpon
Khon Kaen University | KKU · English Department

Doctor of Philosophy

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Despite continuous and enormous attempts to improve English language teaching and learning in Thailand, a specifically designed teaching model which responds to low English proficiency students’ needs, interests, and contexts in rural schools was still needed. This study developed an innovative instructional model based on key agents’ voices on pro...
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The development of modern technologies facilitated for teachers to integrate and use them in managing their teaching classroom. The aim of this paper is to explore how teachers in the Khon Kaen University (KKU) Smart Learning Project use the smart learning concept and innovation to manage their classroom in the digital learning environment. The qua...
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The present study aimed to investigate the effects of blended learning instruction on vocabulary knowledge of Thai primary school students and students' perceptions toward learning vocabulary through blended learning instruction. A mixed-methods approach was used. Quantitatively, a single group pretest-posttest design was used to measure students'...
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The purposes of this study were to investigate the effects of task-based instruction using online language games in a flipped learning environment (TGF) in developing the English oral communication ability of Thai secondary students and examine the students’ opinions of the task-based instruction using online language games in a flipped learning en...
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This paper reports how self-generated online projects were integrated into an English language teaching (ELT) class at a Thai university and their impact on pre-service teachers’ experience during the unexpected COVID-19 situation. A qualitative approach was used to describe the integration of self-generated online projects as final group projects...
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The rapid evolution of massive open online courses (MOOCs) has attracted widespread media coverage to the propensity of conventional education methods to disrupt readily available and free or cheap content delivery. MOOCs enable the possibility to offer students, even throughout the leastserved parts of the globe, access to high-quality learning. M...
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With an intention to reveal how successful public speakers construct their speeches, this study aimed to investigate structure of speeches delivered in TED Talks, one of the influential public speaking platforms these days. The study compiled a corpus of twenty-five most viewed TED speeches in 2019, and all of them were transcribed. Biber et al.'s...
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This study, conducted on behalf of Thailand TESOL, investigated English language school teachers' professional development needs. The participants were 4,220 English language teachers in Thailand. An online questionnaire was randomly distributed via e-mails, a website, personal contacts, and Line groups. The four Likert-scale questionnaires asked t...
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It is very challenging to regulate emerging innovations in the rapid evolution of online education, especially during the pandemic of Covid-19. Modern online learning systems must take both educational and technological factors into account. For learning purposes, universities have attempted to facilitate their students with online learning practic...
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Lexical bundles, or recurrent word strings, are one of the key elements in increasing fluency of linguistic production and in mastering second language learning. In most previous works, lexical bundles were analyzed in specific disciplines. Little research paid attention to spoken discourse, particularly in doctors' conversations (hereby referred t...
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The study aims to investigate phrasal complexity measures that can predict EFL students' academic writing proficiency. Academic English written test responses were derived from written responses from the Khon Kaen University Academic English Language Test (KKU-AELT). Five hundred and thirty written responses were separated into groups based on thei...
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Despite a large number of studies on spoken language, few have examined lexico-grammatical features in spoken discourse (Estores, 2012; Lee, 2011; Wamaitha 2014). This study investigated lexico-grammatical features which were employed in an under-researched spoken genre, cooking show. A cooking show corpus is composed of twenty video clips of cooki...
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The Thai government adopts and promotes the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) as a means to raise English language standards to international levels. According to recent Thai government policy on education, CEFR is to be used in teaching, learning and assessing students' English language ability. The aim of this policy is to uplift Thai...
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This study demonstrates how a transdisciplinary learning approach provided new insights for explaining persistent Opisthorchis viverrini infection in northern Thailand, as well as elucidating problems of focusing solely on the parasite as a means of addressing high prevalence of cholangiocarcinoma. Researchers from diverse backgrounds collaborated...
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Research and development of a new type of scoring rubric for the integrated speaking tasks of TOEFL iBT® are described. These analytic rating guides could be helpful if tasks modeled after those in TOEFL iBT were used for formative assessment, a purpose which is different from TOEFL iBT's primary use for admission decisions. Two questions motivated...
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Studies of L2 writing development usually measure T-units and clausal subordination to assess grammatical complexity, assuming that increased subordination is typical of advanced writing. In this article we challenge this practice by showing that these measures are much more characteristic of conversation than academic writing. The article begins w...
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TEXT COMPLEXITY AND READING COMPREHENSION TESTS. CastelloErik. Bern: Peter Lang,2008. Pp. 352. - Volume 32 Issue 3 - Kornwipa Poonpon

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This project aims to implement research-based instructional innovations created by Khon Kaen University (KKU) for enhancing science education, mathematics education, and English language education in secondary schools in Northeastern region of Thailand.