The Development of Practice and Learning System of Khon


The purposes of this study were 1. To analyze the content of skill practice of actors. 2. To develop a learning system and practice skills of Khon performance to promote self-learning for learners. This research is an experimental research with one group pretest posttest design. The findings were presented as follows: 1. The content of skill practice of actors begins with basic Khon postures practice, followed by a separated skill practice of basic postures and basic postures practice. When the learners have better skills, they can start practicing a story dance as follows: 1) a prelude dance 2) an instrumental dance 3) a gesture dance 2. The development of learning systems and skill practice of Khon performance to promote selflearning for learners through a web application on the website. The learners must sign in the system to identify themselves. The details of learning systems are as follows: 1) Handout 2) Teaching clips 3) Submitting of learners’ assignment and the interaction between instructors and learners in evaluating learning outcomes of 17 students. The results revealed that the average score before learning through a learning system was 21.12. However, the average score after learning through a learning system and cooperative learning was 31.68. When Comparing the scores, it was found that learning outcomes with cooperative learning was higher than the scores before learning at 0.05 significant differences. In addition, in terms of the results of quality evaluation and satisfaction of learning, both aspects in an overall picture were in the excellent level.

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Jansamorn Pholboon, Songkhla Rajabhat University, Thailand

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Conference: PCAH2022
Stream: Arts - Teaching and Learning the Arts

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Pholboon J. (2022) The Development of Practice and Learning System of Khon ISSN: 2758-0970 The Paris Conference on Arts & Humanities 2022 Official Conference Proceedings
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