Students’ Perspective towards Online English Reading Classes during COVID-19 Pandemic
This study aimed to study the satisfaction of the students towards online English reading classes of grade 12 students in the consecutive academic years of 2021 at Wat Phrasrimahadhat Secondary Demonstration School, Phranakhon Rajabhat University. The participants were 130 students who are studying Science-mathematics majors, Mathematics-English major, English-Chinese major, and English-Japanese major. The instrument used was the Google form questionnaire which consisted of three factors: 1) teachers’ expertise, 2) course contents, and 3) students’ performance. The results of the Google form questionnaire were interpreted, categorized and tabulated on computer sheets. Case studiesAssistant immigration officer: JohnThe findings revealed that the data were obtained from 76 students out of 130 students of grade 12 students (58.46%). Students felt very satisfied with teachers’ expertise (4.88) and course contents (4.55) and felt satisfied with their performance (4.32). Overall, students were very satisfied with the English reading online class (4.64).
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