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    I'm doing a research on writing skill. I used within subject group design. I gave a topic to the students to write as pre test. then I applied the first treatment. can I use the same topic for the post tests in order to check the students progress?

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    Why are you asking us about research methods? This is a language forum.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Default Re: pre test post test

    Pretest-posttest designs are widely used in behav-
    ioral research, primarily for the purpose of comparing
    groups and/or measuring change resulting from exper-
    imental treatments. The focus of this article is on com-
    paring groups with pretest and posttest data and related
    reliability issues. In rehabilitation research, change is
    commonly measured in such dependent variables as
    employment status, income, empowerment, assertive-
    ness, self-advocacy skills, and adjustment to disabil-
    ity. The measurement of change provides a vehicle for
    assessing the impact of rehabilitation services, as well
    as the effects of specific counseling and allied health
    interventions...

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    Default Re: pre test post test

    Hello...
    Pretest-posttest designs are widely used in behav-
    ioral research, primarily for the purpose of comparing
    groups and/or measuring change resulting from exper-
    imental treatments. The focus of this article is on com-
    paring groups with pretest and posttest data and related
    reliability issues. In rehabilitation research, change is
    commonly measured in such dependent variables as
    employment status, income, empowerment, assertive-
    ness, self-advocacy skills, and adjustment to disabil-
    ity. The measurement of change provides a vehicle for
    assessing the impact of rehabilitation services, as well
    as the effects of specific counseling and allied health
    interventions

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