Digital storytelling can be used as a multimedia tool, such as texts, images, and audios in English language learning to encourage students improve their speaking skills by using technology to deliver the story messages freely. The purposes of this study were to investigate the implementation of digital storytelling on video in developing English speaking skills and the satisfaction of digital storytelling. The research participants were 28 Thai EFL undergraduate students who enrolled in the Innovation and Information Technology for English Teachers course at Phranakhon Si Ayutthaya Rajabhat University, trimester 1/2019. Before creating digital storytelling, students received interesting topics. After that, the students were encouraged to design storyboard their own digital storytelling by telling the story along with a video editing application. Afterwards, all of the works were presented and published through Youtube for sharing the ideas with their friends in the classroom. After the presentation, all works were evaluated by instructors and experts in accordance with evaluation criteria. In conclusion, the development of digital storytelling on video increased the EFL students’ English speaking skills and their classroom activities.
Digital Storytelling, English Speaking Skills, Video editing application