Effects of Team-Based Learning in a Flipped Classroom With Enhancement of Listening and Speaking Ability of Matthayomsuksa V Students
The flipped classroom is a new pedagogical method, which employs asynchronous video lectures at home and
practice solving problems at school. Integrated with team-based learning in the classroom, it is more interesting to explore
the findings. This paper investigated learner’s ability in achieving the goal of English listening and speaking in class. The
purposes of this paper were 1) to compare listening and speaking ability between flipped classroom integrated with teambased
learning method and traditional approach, 2) to compare test score of listening and speaking ability before and after
treatment and 3) to compile students’ satisfaction score on flipped classroom integrated with team-based learning. The study
conducted with 68 Matthayomsuksa V students who study in the first semester of 2016 academic year for 10 weeks.
Research tools were lesson plans, a satisfaction questionnaire with the reliability index of 0.89 and listening and speaking
ability test with reliability index of 0.95, content validity index of 0.83 and face validity was tested by students. English
speaking and listening ability test was employed by using inter-rater approach with reliability index of 0.90. The data was
analyzed by using mean, standard deviation, percentage and paired t-test for independent sample. The findings of this paper
indicated that the test scores in English listening and speaking students’ ability after learning in an integrated flipped
classroom with team-based learning was significant higher than before at the .05 level and the comparing test scores of
experimental group in English listening and speaking students’ ability with controlled group which was carried out
traditional approach were higher than at the significant level at .05. The satisfaction scores were calculated in mean and were
at a very high level.
Keywords- Flipped Classroom, Team-based Learning, English Listening and Speaking, Active learning.