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Slide Share (Session 6)
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  • This is great for the children you will be working with! The questions are very thought-provoking but they are also things that the children will have a lot to talk about. I think that asking them about their lives such as 'what do you do in the morning' is something that they would love to open up about and will be more willing in the future to answer more of your questions. I do not know much about children with autism and other learning disabilities, but I think this is a great SlideShare that will have a lot of challenging but helpful activities for your students.
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  • 1. Brandon’s Probe
  • 2. Sequencing
  • 3. What are they doing?
  • 4. What do you find in the…
    • Bathroom?
    • Living room?
    • Kitchen?
    • Bedroom?
    • Classroom?
  • 5. Tell me about…
    • What do you in the morning?
    • Who are your teachers?
    • What did you do today?
  • 6. Label the parts of the flower
  • 7. Fill-in item/function
    • What do you use to see?
    • You use your ears to ________.
    • What do you do with crayons?
    • You use a hammer to _________.
    • What do you eat with?
    • You take a bath in a _________.
    • What do you use to brush your hair?
  • 8. ABLLS Goals Addressed
    • B22: Extend a sequence pattern
    • G8: Labels actions
    • H12: Answers questions regarding items in a place
    • H23/24/25: Answers “what” and “where” questions
    • C47: Receptively identifies an object when two or more features need to be discriminated between
    • G12: Labels parts or features of an object
    • H5: Answers questions regarding personal information
    • H8: Fill-in item when given function
    • H9: Fill-in function when given item
  • 9. References
    • Partington, James W. Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills - Revised (ABLLS-R) . Walnut Creek, CA: Behavior Analysts, Inc, 2006.

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