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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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Table 1: Students' performance on the cloze test Student A B C D E F G H Score % 69 33 45 40 42 45 40 64 Out of eight students, only one student (with a score of 69%) found the form very easy to read, six found it readable, and one (with a score of 33%) found it unreadable.
The construction for the cloze test technique is based on the closure principle, that is, a principle in the theory of information processing and Gestalt psychology.
The post oral reading Cloze test: New link between oral reading and comprehension.
The sections that follow are organized by research question with two sections for the third question, one section on uptake counts, the other on cloze test results.
They also constructed two Cloze tests from a handout on bronchoscopy, one written at the grade five level, the other at the grade nine level.
As regards the three tests, it was assumed that the Cloze test is ordinarily more challenging than the other two: gap-filling probably requires higher competence, both grammatical and pragmatic.
"Il cloze test in inglese." Ricerca, metodologia, didattica.
The cloze test results were used in order to ascertain that the two groups of participants were at the same level of proficiency (see Table 1).
The researchers found that for the majority of the 145 students with learning disabilities (LD) who received this type of service, the reading score on a brief cloze test (Basic Academic Skills,Samples) was unsatisfactory.
Adelberg (1979) tested the footnotes, management analyses of operations, and qualified audit reports of 16 corporations using the cloze test with sophisticated users to see if the level of understandability of the message varied directly with the change in earnings per share (EPS).