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TABLE 2 (Continued)

Distribution of Slopes

Variable/Grade

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

Year 2

Number Correct: Replacement-Maze

Grade

1

- .19

(1.15)

-  .89

( .60)

-.44

2

.78

(  .66)

.48

( .33)

.04

3

5.13

(  .65)

1.70

( .33)

-.06

4

4.34

(  .76)

-1.09

( .39)

-.82

5

1.25

(  .62)

.92

( .32)

-.06

6

- .98

(  .70)

.02

( .35)

-.18

Distribution of Slopes

Variable/Grade

IX

X

XI

Year 1

Number Correct: Oral Passage Reading

Grade

1

4.94

0.0

0

2

4.00

0.0

21

3

2.43

0.0

0

4

1.41

0.0

7

5

1.12

0.0

6

6

.97

17.4

5

Year 2

Number Correct Replacement: Maze

Grade

1

.82

21.4

--[b]

2

1.48

0.0

29

3

2.01

1.9

26

4

.94

7.9

31

5

1.11

3.5

20

6

.76

22.2

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[a] For oral passage reading, the one-way ANOVA for the effect of grade produced a significant F (5,111) value of 31.08, p < .001; the F (1,111) for the linear trend was 151.83, p > .001 and for the quadratic trend, F (1,111) = 4.73, p < .005. Student-Newman-Keuls revealed that 6 = 5; 6<4<3<2<1. For maze, the ANOVA revealed no significant relation between slope and grade, F (5,250) = .18, ns.

[b] Given the low n and the relatively few measurement points for maze at Grade 1, we did not run the Quadratic intraindividual analysis.

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