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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In his article entittled Cloze procedure : A new tool for measuring readability which was published in Journalism Quarterly (1953), Taylor had given a complete report on this test procedure both theoretically and as a technique to measure text readability.
The Reduced Redundancy Test and the Cloze Procedure as Measures of Global Language Proficiency.
An investigation of the validity and reliability of the cloze procedure as a measure of readability and comprehension for prelingually profoundly deaf students.
One of the six accounting textbook readability studies completed in the last twenty-five years (Adelberg, 1984) used the Cloze Procedure.
We gave this cloze procedure exercise to the rising eighth and ninth graders.
sight words, context clues, Cloze procedures, picture dictionary) was implemented.