Abstract—Nowadays, teaching and learning English use
electronic learning (e-learning) as an alternative for
presentation and contents delivery. These e-learning materials
are effective tools to attract the attention of the participants
and to capture the students’ interest. The students can access
contents anytime, anywhere, and according to their cognitive
abilities. However, for the e-learning processes to be effective in
facilitating the students’ learning processes, it is necessary to
have steps and procedures in contents design and development
based on Instructional System Design (ISD). In order for
teaching and learning processes to be successful, the students
must learn from the appropriately designed contents.
Therefore, this research aims to propose the principles and
processes in contents design of an e-learning tool for M.5
(Grade 11) English subject using the ADDIE model. This model
consists of the following steps: analysis, design, development,
implementation, and evaluation. The contents were developed
and then evaluated by five content experts. The result showed
that most experts accepted the designed and development
contents. After this, the researchers will use these contents to
investigate these M.5 students’ learning outcomes from
cooperative learning with STAD technique — a comparison
between normal virtual classrooms and virtual classrooms with
Index Terms—Contents design, ADDIE model, English subject.
H. Wiphasith and R. Narumol are with the School of Information Technology, Social Technology, Suranaree University of Technology, Thailand (e-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org).
C. Sumalee is with the Education Technology, Faculty of Education, Khon Kaen University, Thailand (e-mail: email@example.com).
Cite: H. Wiphasith, R. Narumol, and C. Sumalee, "The Design of the Contents of an e-Learning for Teaching M.5 English Language Using ADDIE Model," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 127-131, 2016.