Development of SQ5R Flipped Classroom Model for English Reading on King Bhumibol Sufficiency Economy for Grade 10 Students

Ahmad Nur Kamali, Wasant Atisabda, Ophat Kaosaiyaporn, Narongsak Rorbkorb


This study is aimed to develop SQ5R Flipped Classroom Model for Teaching of English Reading on King Bhumibol’s Sufficiency Economy for Grade 10 Students in Benjamarachutit School Pattani. The model could lead student more active and master in reading comprehension. In addition, this model combines SQ5R reading strategy and Flipped classroom model. The research process is divided into 2 phases: 1) Instructional System Design (ISD) process, and 2) Flipped Classroom process. The research sample was 30 students in that school. The research instrument was the reading package on website and hardcopy.

The research results showed that students were active in learning activities, student have additional time while studying with SQ5R Flipped Classroom Model. Student spent 1-2 hours studying on website. After going back to the class, students got assignments. The result on the evaluation was satisfied, average score was 3.14 meaning is “good”. This means that the activities in the class and main activities on the website have good effects for student scores. The mean result of experts’ evaluation is 3.10 the meaning is good. It showed that experts agreed with additional correction/modification. the sufficiency economy has impacted too to the student thinking. The responses on the reflection form showed the positive impacts on student life to implement the philosophy on their daily activities.

Keywords: flipped classroom, SQ5R reading strategy, reading, active learning, King Bhumibol, sufficiency economy philosophy

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