cloze procedure


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cloze procedure

[′klōz prə‚sē·jər]
(psychology)
A procedure used in the study of reading processes in which one or more words are deleted from a prose passage and the subject is required to fill in the blanks.
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By employing specific techniques that focus on comprehension, this retrofitted cloze procedure can reinforce whether or not students are crafting their own materials and the depth to which they understand and can speak about them.
The cloze procedure as a test of plagiarism: the influences of text readability.
The Reduced Redundancy Test and the Cloze Procedure as Measures of Global Language Proficiency.
One major problem with the application of the Cloze procedure in an advertising context is that the technique is cumbersome to administer and requires collection of primary data.
Future research needs to address the use of these strategies, given other comprehension formats than our use of a modified cloze procedure.
MEASURING THE READABILITY OF BUSINESS WRITING: THE CLOZE PROCEDURE VERSUS READABILITY FORMULAS.
The cloze procedure can help students place words in context.
Efficacy of expansions and cloze procedures in the development of interpretations by preschool children exhibiting delayed language development.
sight words, context clues, Cloze procedures, picture dictionary) was implemented.
In the Cloze procedures a reading passage of about 250 words is chosen, and every fifth word is deleted, leaving an underlined blank in its place.