This essay could be used as a blog post if you desire.
According to Kevin Lee, the ideal blog post is 1600 words in length that takes seven minutes to read. Lee’s data shows a range of reading time of four to nine minutes. https://buffer.com/library/the-ideal-length-of-everything-online-according-to-science/#:~:text=The%20ideal%20length%20of%20a%20blog%20post%20is%207%20minutes,be%20one%20that%20people%20read.
Wes Foster agrees with Lee but points out that writing a 1600 word post every week is not a probable outcome for most people. Foster posits: “the most important factor of any blog post is to effectively balance reader time, value provided, and search engine context” (at the end of the webpage). https://www.wesfed.com/blog/ideal-blog-post-length-seo/
For this assignment we will focus on author’s time and value provided. Two hours is allocated for this essay and presuming that you type at 25 words a minute you can type 750 words in 30 minutes. This allows 90 minutes to look up content in your assigned reading as well as the Internet and write a short essay. Should you wish to write more, in order to produce an ‘ideal’ blog post you may do so, but the minimum of 750 words can sufficiently demonstrate your expertise in the topic. Please note that 750 words is the minimum.
The topic for this essay is: Describe the nonequivalent control group design and nonequivalent control group pretest- posttest design, and discuss the advantages of having a control group.
Write in APA style but do not format in APA style — no title page, no abstract, type in single space, use citations, and show references at the end of the essay.

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