Rangsit Journal of Educational Studies Volume 2 Number 1
 

Dear RJES readers,

The third issue of Rangsit Journal of Educational Studies RJES has contents in three areas: Information Technology, an issue in language education, and learners’ language performances. The contributors of six papers are from the ASEAN countries and the United States, reflecting their concern over current educational practices.

Articles 1 and 2 deal with the use of Educational Technology in English teaching, and Information Literacy required in the twenty-first century. Article 3 gives a good picture of English Language Education in Thailand and ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in 2015 as perceived by the author who is now working for a Thai university. As for Articles 4-6, the authors from Indonesia and Thailand report specific language performances in argumentative writings, vocabulary and reading comprehension achievements via scaffolding techniques, and oral discourse performances at the primary and secondary levels, respectively.

The contents of six articles clearly reflect challenges for teachers and educators to handle demands in educational practices and studies. The findings reported by the authors are also meant to suggest to all parties concerned in education that there are still more opportunities for creative activities at the classroom level as well as further research for interested educational practitioners and researchers.



Pimurai Limpapath, Ph.D.
Wallapa Chalermvongsavej, Ph.D.
RJES V2N1 Editors


and
Best wishes from Chief Editors
Ruja Pholsward, Ph.D.
Jamie Wallin, Ph.D.

 



Editorial Staff and Editorial Board
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Table of Contents
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Note from the Chief Editors
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Using Technology to More Effectively Teach English Online
Luke Grimes1 and Ianic Mary Camirand2
1Online ESL Instructor & Consultant, EnglishTutorOnline.com/English
2Online School Managing Director, EnglishTutorOnline.com/English
2125 5th Avenue, San Diego, CA, 92101, USA
3484 Sources, Mtl, QC, H9B-1Z9, Canada
Phone #619-377-0592
info@englishtutoronline.com
 
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Information Literacy for Higher Education in the 21st Century
Pimurai Limpapath
Wallapa Chalermvongsavej
Faculty of Education, Rangsit University, Thailand
drpimandassociates@gmail.com, wallapa.c@gmail.com
 
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English Language Education in Thailand and AEC 2015
Ramnath Rajeevnath
Graduate School of English, Assumption University, Thailand
Ramkhamheng 24, Huamak, Bangkok 10240.
ways2write@gmail.com
 
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The Use of Cohesion in Students’ Argumentative Writings
Nanta Hananta
Didi Sukyadi
Indonesia University of Education
nantahananta@gmail.com, didisukyadi@live.com
 
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Scaffolding Learning Activities for Reading Comprehension Skills Development of Reading-at-Risk Students at the Primary Level
Sakuna Noimaneewan
Darunaratchaburi Witaed Suksa School, Ratchaburi Province, Thailand
tbassakuna@gmail.com
 
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Oral Discourse Performance of Bilingual Learners at the Primary and Secondary Levels
Ruja Pholsward
Supatra Pradubpongse
Faculty of Education, Rangsit University, Thailand
ruja@rsu.ac.th, supatra@rsu.ac.th
 
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Professional Reflections
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Peer Reviewers
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RJES Publication Policy
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