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    Understanding the intercultural communicative competence (ICC) of the Chinese-English major students in Chengdu College University of electronic science and technology, China 

    Zhou, Jia Ji (Assumption University Press, 2020)

    This study was conducted in Chengdu College of University of Electronic Science and Technology, China and the English major’s Chinese students, as participants. The two objectives and research questions were answered by using a mixed design methodology. These different instruments: questionnaire survey organized in four dimensions: Knowledge, Attitudes, Skills and Awareness, classroom observation and semi-structured interview were employed to gather data from 184 English major’s students who participat...
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    The Renewal of Temporary Vows of Sr. Pierina Mu Mee Mee 

    Assumption University. Graduate programs of English Language Teaching (Human Sciences) (2021-02-01)
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    Peer feedback Facebook approach on English writing skills of Grade 7 students, Samutprakarn 

    Satjawat Prasobdee (2021)

    This study aimed to; 1) investigate the effects of peer feedback roles on English writing in a Thai context, 2) examine whether peer feedback can enhance writing skills on writing organization, using appropriate words, and using appropriate tenses, and 3) investigate the students’ attitude towards peer feedback roles on writing in a Thai context. Twenty-four students were picked with simple sampling from 450 students in grade 7 at Rajpracha Samasai Rachadabhisek School, Samutprakarn Province, Thailand. ...
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    The communicative functions of language in the English translated novel, 'the guest cat' 

    Hou, Honghong (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2020)
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    The effects of peer feedback on Thai students' English writing ability 

    Kirikarn Kuyyogsuy (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2020)
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    Second language writing strategies: a case study with EFL senior students at an inernational university 

    Korakote Natiladdanon (2020)

    The study aimed to investigate the English language writing strategies used by Business English major students in Academic Writing course at an international university in Thailand. There were two major areas of concern, which were hoped to be addressed in the course of the research. The study applied a mixed-method approach; it combined the quantitative analysis of the Likert scale statements in the writing strategy questionnaires and the students' writing samples with the qualitative analysis of the open-ended questions in the questionn...
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    The use of scaffolding to enhance students' interactional competence in the EFL speaking classroom 

    Sutinee Pourpornpong (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2019)
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    From Thesis/Dissertation to Journal Articles 

    Assumption University. Graduate programs of English Language Teaching (Human Sciences) (2018-10-10)
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    Students’ learning development and knowledge management seminar 2018 

    Assumption University. Graduate programs of English Language Teaching (Human Sciences) (2018-10-17)
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    Student engagement and their equity in their engagement in the Thai context 

    Mohandas, Punam; Adisorn Vinitwatanakhun (Assumption University Press, 2020)

    This study measured the level of engagement shown by Thai undergraduate students taking the upper intermediate English course at a private international university and ascertained what teachers can do to enrich the student engagement. It is the researchers’ intention to present this information as being relevant in the Thai context, as currently, there is not much research available in this regard. The study also explored the premise that students have an equity in their own learning and engagement. The researchers conducted a questionnai...
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    A study of teachers’ awareness of English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) and an analysis of ELF features of primary school students’ writings at an international school in Bangkok 

    Shetabi, Yasaman; Ratchaporn Rattanaphumma (Assumption University Press, 2017)

    This study conducted interviews with three English teachers from an international school in Bangkok in order to examine their awareness of English as Lingua Franca (ELF). The writings of 33 primary international students of the same school from grade 2 to grade 6 were also analysed in order to identify the dominant features of spoken English as a Lingua Franca (as demonstrated in the study of Kirkpatrick, 2010) finding its way into written forms.

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