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Table 6
Analysis of Variance for Student Rating of Speaking Skills by Group

Source df Sum of Squares Mean Squares F p
Between 1 0.94 0.94 .80 .38
Within 50 59.12 1.18
Total 51 60.06
Table 7
Analysis of Variance for Student Rating of Reading Skills by Group
Source df Sum of Squares Mean Squares F p
Between 1 8.48 8.48 4.36 .04
Within 50 97.27 1.95
Total 51 105.75
Table 8
Analysis of Variance for Student Rating of Writing Skills by Group
Source df Sum of Squares Mean Squares F p
Between 1 5.56 5.56 4.26 .04
Within 50 65.27 1.31
Total 51 70.87

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