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Testing the Test: Comparing SEMAC and Exact Word Scoring on the Selective Deletion Cloze

@inproceedings{Hadley1999TestingTT,
  title={Testing the Test: Comparing SEMAC and Exact Word Scoring on the Selective Deletion Cloze},
  author={G. Hadley and John E. Naaykens},
  year={1999}
}
  • G. Hadley, John E. Naaykens
  • Published 1999
  • Computer Science
  • A number of questions surround the issue of cloze tests and their various scoring methods, with proponents on both sides making contentious claims to their validity or lack there of. Before language teachers can determine which side the agree with, they should investigate the matter themselves and make an informed decision based upon their findings. This paper studies two issues: 1) The statistical correlation between Exact Word and Semantically Acceptable (SEMAC) scoring methods on a selective… CONTINUE READING
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