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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Katherine Pawlicki on Sunday September 20, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to 362 at Illinois State University taught by Dr.Uphold in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 25 views. For similar materials see Systematic Instruction in Professional Education Services at Illinois State University.
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Date Created: 09/20/15
an instructional session within a session done multiple times three trials can make up one session tells a student what they are supposed to do only presented once example verbally saying point to what gives the student the ability to do the behavior example physically model pointing to something continuing if the student does not perform the task turn the student away from the activity the teacher will perform the step turn the student back around and have them continue the task end the instruction as soon as an error occurs procedures are identical to those of constant time delay with certain exceonns After the zero second delay interval session the instructor slowly increases the delay interval by waiting 1 second delay 2 second delay 3 second delay 4 second delay How many zero second trials Time delay Increments Number of trials at each increment How many seconds is the nal increment nvolves A hierarchy of prompts Systematically delivering those prompts in order from the least amount of assistance required to the most amount of assistance required Until the student is able to perform the behavior independently Secure learners attention Deiver task direction Wait three seconds for the learner response Reinforce correct response Deiver response prompt for incorrect response or failure to respond within three second delay interval Decisions you will need to make Response Latency Prompt Hierarchy Appropriate number of response Prompt Levels Appropriate amount of support Appropriate for steps in the task analysis
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