Year of Publication
College of Education and Human Services
Master of Education (MEd)
Dr. Bruce Gutknecht
Dr. James Mittelstadt
Dr. James Cangelosi
The present study was conducted in order to determine if a relationship exists between those comprehension processes measured by the Paragraph Comprehension subtest of the McGraw-Hill Basic Skills System Reading Test and the cloze test developed for this project. Two classes of undergraduate education majors enrolled in “Foundations of Performance-Based Education” were administered both the cloze test and the multiple choice comprehension test.
A correlation coefficient was computed between the summary scores on the McGraw-Hill and the summary scores on the cloze test. The results yielded a correlation of .021. These results did not support the research hypothesis.
Donaldson, Theresa Lorene, "The Cloze Procedure: A Measure of Reading Comprehension Ability" (1983). UNF Theses and Dissertations. 687.