• Sarinya Rodpipat คณะครุศาสตร์ จุฬาลงกรณ์มหาวิทยาลัย
  • Jintana Sarayuthpitak
  • สนอง เอกสิทธิ์


Danger of Cigarettes, Health Education, Creating Awareness


This research aims to design activities to create and evaluate awareness of the dangers of cigarettes for elementary school students by using dirty lung kit. A review of the research literature was conducted on the following topics: creating awareness about the danger of tobacco together, prevention smoking program in school, using media to create awareness and the theory of motivation to prevent. The activities had 6 activities i.e., 1) What is a cigarette 2) Respiratory system 3) effects of a cigarette 4) When smoking 5) In your lungs and 6) Creating and Sharing. The activities will take 6 days, 1 day a week, and 1 hour per day. The content of the activities and the consistency of the content, determined by three experts included content validity evaluation, which is 0.98. The created awareness assessment had IOC of 0.97 with the reliability at 0.78 and the semi-structures interview had IOC of 1.00. The data were analyzed for the mean, standard deviation, and t-test. The results showed that the students can participate in classroom, search data reporting implementation, discussion of technology transfer, and sharing information. Students can perform experiments while learning and realizing the danger of cigarettes. The mean scores of the created tests of the students after learning were significantly higher than before learning at .05 level.


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