Graduate School of Human Sciences

Assumption University of Thailand

Rosukhon Swatevacharkul Publications

Swatevacharkul, R. & Boonma, N. (2021). Learner autonomy assessment of English language teaching students in an international program in Thailand. Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 10(3). (January 2021 Issue) Pp. 749-759

Jarernkit, Warissara & Swatevacharkul, Rosukhon (2020). A study of English reading strategies instruction by Thai teachers in private schools, Rayong province, Thailand.  Rangsit Journal of Educational Studies. 7(2) (July-December)

Swatevacharkul, R. & Boonma, N. (2020). Learner Autonomy: Attitudes of Graduate Students in English Language Teaching Program in Thailand. LEARN Journal. Volume 13 Issue 2. 24 June 2020 (July-December Issue) pp. 176-193 [Scopus]

Boonma, N. & Swatevacharkul, R. (2020). The effect of autonomous learning process on learner autonomy of English public speaking students. Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 10(1), 194-205.

Swatevacharkul, R. (2019). Promoting pre-service EFL teacher reflection: An investigation of reflection levels in Thai context. Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 9(2), 463-471.

Boonma, N., & Swatevacharkul, R. (2018). Developing autonomous learning process for public speaking in English class: A conceptual framework. Communication and Culture for a Sustainable Society, 74.

Swatevacharkul, R. (2017). The effect of self-directed learning on English reading comprehension ability of MBA students. The New English Teacher. Volume 11.1 (January 2017). Pp. 96-119

Swatevacharkul, R. (2016). The effects of self-directed English learning on learner autonomy development of MBA Students. The Journal of Faculty of Applied Arts. Vol.9 (2). July-December 2016. Pp: 15-28.

Swatevacharkul, R. (2016). Readiness for autonomous English learning and learning achievement of EP students. Journal of Education Naresuan University. 18 (1) pp: 22-32

Boonma, N., & Swatevacharkul, R. (2018). The Effect of Autonomous Learning Process (ALP) on Thai Undergraduate Students’ English Public Speaking Ability Development. In ICES 2018: The 1st International Conference on English Studies Organizing Committee (p. 159)

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