Development of Online Lessons on English for Work in Hospitality Industry for Labourers and Entrepreneurs in Nakhon Pathom Province
Keywords:E-learning, English for work in hospitality industry, online lessions, self-study learning
This study aimed to develop online lessons on English for work in the hospitality industry for labourers and entrepreneurs in Nakhon Pathom province and find out its efficiency. It also aimed to investigate learners’ learning abilities before and after employing the online lessons. In addition, the research explored the learners’ opinions toward the online lessons. The participants comprise 30 labourers working in the hospitality industry in Nakhon Pathom province. The instruments used were the online lessons, an achievement test, questionnaires to evaluate the quality of the online lessons, and questionnaires on learners’ opinions. The paired sample t-test was used to analyze the learners’ achievement in learning before and after using the online lessons; the mean and standard deviation of items were used to evaluate the learners’ opinions toward the online lessons. The results revealed that the efficiency score of the online lessons was higher than the excepted criterion. Also, the learners’ ability was significant at the 0.05 level, and the learners’ opinions toward the online lessons were high.
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