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Summary

The chart above represents the results of both the pre-test and post-test in badminton. The
pretest was first administered to 22 students during the first day of the unit. I then administered
the same test during the last day of the unit and measured student growth.
Data:
The average score for the pre-test was 32%
The average score for the post-test was 85%
There was a 53% increase in the class average
The lowest score during the pre-test was a 10%
The lowest score of the post-test was a 40%
The highest score on the pretest was a 70%
The highest score on the post-test was 100%
During the post-test, 9 student score 100% on the test.
Of the 22 students, 12 students score above the class average of 85%

Analysis
The data above measures student growth during the badminton unit. A pretest and a post-test
were administered to the students. The graph shows the difference between the pre and post-
test. There was a significant improvement between the pre-test and the post-test. The class
average went from 32% to 85%. This shows that I did a great job with teaching the subject to
the students. Students were able to grasp the concept of the badminton and the results show
the understanding of the game. After reviewing the test, there were two questions that most
struggled on. This could be due to the fact the question wasn't properly worded or it wasn't
made clear by the teacher. If I were to reteach the unit, I would make sure to clarify on certain
topics like different shots in badminton and when they are used. Looking at the results I am
pleased with the results. All the the students performed better on the post-test. A little over half
of the student scored above the class average of 85% and 9 students got a perfect score. Of the
22 students, 11 students showed a high impact on student learning.
Raw Data
Pre/Post-test
Results D
block 2
Pretest Post- Point
Students Results test difference Growth
1 50% 100% 50% Moderate
2 40% 100% 60% high
3 20% 100% 80% high
4 50% 100% 50% Moderate
5 30% 70% 40% Moderate
6 70% 100% 30% low
7 10% 80% 70% high
8 10% 40% 30% low
9 50% 80% 30% low
10 40% 80% 40% Moderate
11 30% 100% 70% high
12 30% 90% 60% high
13 40% 100% 60% high
14 30% 100% 70% high
15 20% 90% 70% high
16 30% 80% 50% Moderate
17 40% 70% 30% low
18 60% 90% 30% low
19 20% 100% 80% high
20 10% 50% 40% Moderate
21 10% 80% 70% high
22 20% 80% 60% high
Average 32% 85% 53%
High- 60+ Moderate- 40-50 low- 30 or less
High= 11 students
Moderate = 6 students
Low= 5 students