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cloze

(klōz) [Abbrev. of closure]
A sentence completion test used in speech and language pathology in which a word is deleted from a sentence and the person being tested is asked to fill in the blank with an appropriate term.
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The results illustrate that there are significant differences between EC and CC in the phonetic score (p = 0.016 < 0.05), the daily conversation score (p = 0.000 < 0.05), the cloze score (p = 0.000 < 0.05), and the vocabulary score (p = 0.002 < 0.05), while no significant differences in the pre-test score (p = 0.899 > 0.05), the writing score (p=0.929>0.05), and the reading score (p = 0.417 > 0.05).
The second part was prepared in accordance with the Cloze Procedure and included a text consisting of 300 words from the colonoscopy informed consent form.
The multiword expression cloze test included all 30 target multiword expressions.
Maze activities are similar to cloze activities except that a maze provides students with three choices of target words from which to choose, only one of which makes sense within the context of the sentences or story.
The Cloze technique has been used as a device for assessment of reading comprehension.
To qualify, any retailer who purchases one LifePlus Gasket and one Cloze Control door-closing mechanism will receive five years of gasket warranty.
A classical cloze test consists of a single longer passage in which every nth word is deleted where the test takers have to supply the missing words (Oller, 1979).
Es una adaptacion de la prueba English Oral Cloze Task de Siegel y Ryan (1988).