Application of the Total Physical Response Method to Malay and English Foreign Language Learning at Darul Muhmin School, Satun, Thailand
The fluent English and Malay are a plus for communicating and living professional life especially in Thailand. Using the right method can help in getting to know English and Malay, especially in early childhood to elementary school. The aim of this research is to determine the application of the Total Physical Response (TPR) method in groups at the Darul Muhmin school to find out the various problems and challenges that exist in the English and Malay language learning process in Thailand. This study uses a quantitative survey research method to see the effectiveness in the application of the TPR method. The results of this study show that there is growth in children's language skills obtained by observing the average language skills before observation. Treatment according to the TPR method was 42% - 60% in cycle I, the average increased from 49.n to 87% in Cycle II, according to the average increase. The average is 76.25%. This shows that the application of the TPR method can improve students' language skills, especially Malay and English foreign language skills.