English is not the official language in Thailand, it is taught as a foreign language. Thai undergraduate students who have studied English as a foreign language for ten years are still at the low level of English proficiency. To be competent in English, students need to acquire linguistic knowledge including English grammar to lift up their English proficiency and to survive the strong competition for any employment opportunities after they graduate. Therefore, The purposes of this research were to construct and find out an efficiency of the electronics slides on supplementary grammar through e- learning on English II course as the standardized criterion efficiency, to compare the students' learning achievement before and after learning the electronics slides, and to find out the satisfaction of students toward the study of the electronics slides. The sample of this research consisted of 96 first-year undergraduate students of Burapha University who were enrolling the course of 999042 (English II) in the second semester of the academic year 2011. The instruments employed for this research were 7 lessons of electronics slides, exercises aiming at assessing the students' learning performance, the achievement test were used as a pre- and post-test,and a rating-scale questionnaire, a five-level Likert scale, with 43 items evaluated by the experts was used for investigating the students' satisfaction towards lessons. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistical analysis through Average Number and Standard Deviation. The findings of this research revealed that the efficiency of the electronics slides was 98.70/ 90.45, the students' learning achievement after learning 7 lessons was significantly higher than before learning the at the 0.05 significant level, and the students' satisfaction towards the lessons was found at a high level.
Supannikar Kamlangharn, Burapha University, Thailand
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