A Research on the 6th and 7th Learners on their Performance

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Running head :Research A Research on the 6 th and 7 th Learners on their Performance Name Institution Date
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Research 2 Introduction The sixth and seventh grade students are a representative of the transition period from the childhood background to adolescence period. This is the active and the most flexible age bracket through which the learners might settle down and involve in a knowledgeable debate. In this period, the learner’s way of thinking in a critical are known to be maturing as in this age they shift from a mindset which is known to be dominated by a more energetic and powerful method of understanding. These skills which are progressing are known to be enabled by the thoughtful changes which occur during adolescence. They make the learners to be able to shift onto a more advanced age which is social.(Birgin,et al,2010) Research Question Will students in the 6th and 7th grade class with a GPA of 80 or above and who missed less than 7 days of school pass the fitness test Research Hypothesis Students with less than 7 absences and a GPA over 80 will pass the fitness test. Literature Review The 6 th and 7 th grade students are commonly referred to as the middle school. It is important to note that the states and the schools in the United States of America are in the process of the re- evaluation of the practice of the education of the children who are in the stage of adolescent in the middle schools which are commonly referred to as the stand-alone schools. This is typically from the sixth grade through the eighth grade or precisely from the fifth grade through the eighth grade. This is acceptable as compared to keeping the learners in schools which are referred to as the K-8 learning institutions. The model of the middle school was widely adopted from a period
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Research 3 which is known to be almost 40 years ago. Some of the states in the United States of America are
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