In discussing either one of these distinctions, you may find it helpful to use the "bag of tricks" example presented in
Zerbolio, D. J. (1989). A "bag of tricks" for teaching about sampling distributions.
Teaching of Psychology, 16, 207-209.
If you decide to discuss within-subjects analysis of variance, consider
If you want to go into additional depth in analyzing within-subjects designs, you could discuss
1. Tukey's test of additivity, for violations of assumption of independence;
2. nonparametric alternatives to ANOVA;
3. planned comparisons;
4. using MANOVA to analyze within subjects designs. The following reference is useful:
O'Brien, R. G. & Kaiser, M. K. (1985). MANOVA method for analyzing repeated measuresdesigns: An extensive primer. Psychological Bulletin,