Bear Ball Box Spatial Term Test

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Description: The Bear Ball Box Test is for assessing beginning English spatial term comprehension and use. This OSF site contains all the components necessary to run the experiment in PsychoPy (http://www.psychopy.org/), as well as the required scoring sheets. The Bear Ball Box Test requires five objects (teddy bear, box, ball, blanket and a book) on a table in a room with a chair, window and a door. The procedure has been designed for testing and re-testing beginning learners in order to shed light on how L2 spatial terms may be learned.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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