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How Does Colored Paper Affect Academic Performance?
Transcript of How Does Colored Paper Affect Academic Performance?
Students on the colored paper will be more aware of what is going on.
Students test scores increase when the use of colored is incorporated at times. Hypotheses
Research Procedures 1)Administer consent form to all participants (See Appendix A)
2)Administer Twenty surveys to students in both the experimental and control groups to identify students feelings towards doing work on colored paper versus normal printer paper (See Appendix B)
3)Administer a survey to the 6th period teacher of students in the experimental group (See Appendix C)
4)For a total of 3 tests, both monitor student attentiveness and administer small survey to students in the experimental group only (Appendix D)
5)Additionally, sit in the class as if you are a student who was sent in because they got in trouble and observer how quickly the students finish and how focused they are on the test
6)After research study period, re-administer initial surveys to both the experimental and control groups to see if any feelings toward vending machine use has changed (See Appendix B)
7)Additionally, re-administer surveys to 6th period teachers of students in the experimental group (See Appendix C)
8) Analyze, compare and contrast results via chart and bell curve (Appendix E-F)
9)Report results in class. Independent
-The color of colored paper used when
the test is being taken
-Grades of the students in the
-Attentiveness/Focus of the students
in the experimental group Variables Designing The Experiment Research occured during the 6th Period time frame
Research took place only in the classroom
Research participants consisted of both male and female participants, ranging from 15-17 years of age
Research involved 20 total participants, 10 for both the experimental and control groups GOOD MORNING! ABOUT THE EXPERIMENT!!!! COLLECTED DATA ? ? Conclusion In conclusion, the experiment proved our hypotheses to be true. The experiment also proved how color can affect thought processes and attention span while doing classwork. The Source That We
Replicated: Can Be Found At:
http://www.selah.k12.wa.us/soar/sciproj2004/christianh.html Researched by: Christian H.