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cloze

 (klōz)
adj.
Based on or being a test of reading comprehension in which the test taker is asked to supply words that have been systematically deleted from a text.

[Alteration of closure.]

cloze

(kloʊz)

adj.
of or designating a procedure for measuring comprehension or text difficulty by requiring the reader to supply elements that have been deleted from a text.
[1953; from closure]
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Adj.1.cloze - based on or being a test of reading skill using the cloze procedure
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And Tess won't look pretty in her best cloze no mo--o--ore
The task is a modified cloze procedure requiring the subject to exercise a variety of comprehension and vocabulary skills.
Variety of games and puzzles * CLOZE notes, Cornell notes, hand-outs, transcripts of lecture * Cross-content teaching * Using cooking/food/ every day utensils or tools * Create a poster project Note: Student names are included if idea is quoted only in their lesson plan, and is a formal name of a teaching idea.
Keshavarz et al [13], after carrying out a study on the collocational competence and cloze test performance, state that there is a virtual lack of empirical research on the relationship between EFL learners' collocational knowledge and their performance on cloze tests.
Reading comprehension was assessed with the norm-referenced Passage Comprehension subtest, a cloze task that requires students to identify a missing key word that is consistent with the context of a written passage.
It was also intended to include a sufficient quantity and quality of cloze options for their attention to be directed toward comprehension of the text and subsequently make informed and somewhat autonomous lexical decisions.
107), and one means of achieving this, according to Cokely (1992), was by giving the audience a cloze task.
Omissions retained the least of the original text information and provided none of the visual cues of disruption usually associated with cloze tests, for example.
THE zaniest zoo in the Midlands - featuring a zorse, a zonkey and a zedonk - has been forzed to cloze its gatez.
Computer-assisted instruction using the Kurzweil 3000 text to speech program included the following practice activities: typing target sight words, highlighting spoken words on the computer screen, reading and saying sight words into a microphone, and completing a cloze passage.
And quantitative method encompasses use of readability formula, use of graphs and charts, comprehension test, and cloze test.
Per l'attivita di ascolto e comprensione e possibile fare esercizi cloze orali o scritti, esercizi vero/falso o scelta multipla, di trascrizione.