Discrete-Trial Computer-BasedProgrammed Instruction 7. Responses from non-verbal children are controlled by which of the followingHomework consequences: (1)Name_____________________________________ a. Indirect-acting consequencesScore ______/15 b. Direct-acting consequences c. BothFor questions 1-6, use the list below to match theterm with the correct definition. 8. The practicum student reads the instructions to the WoodsEdge student, and waits for a a. Reinforcement response. The instructions were “Susie, use the b. Prompt phone.” This is an example of a(n): (1) c. Hierarchy of prompts d. Discrete trial a. Prompt e. Discriminative stimulus (SD) b. Indirect-acting consequence f. Stimulus c. Discriminative stimulus (SD) g. Indirect-acting consequence h. Direct-acting consequence 9. After Susie is given the instructions “Susie, use the phone”, she immediately grabs the book. (1)1. A stimulus in the presence of which a particular Which of the following is the next correct step: response will be reinforced or punished. (1) a. Once again, say “Susie, use the phone.” ______ b. Grab Susie’s hand and put it on the phone while saying “this is using the phone,2. The correction procedure delivered within 3 Susie.” seconds of the child failing to respond or c. Point to the phone while saying “Susie, use immediately after the child makes an incorrect the phone.” response. (1) ______ 10. After Susie incorrectly grabs the book instead of3. Any outcome that follows a response by more using the phone, you use the Hierarchy of than 60-seconds. (1) ______ Prompts to correct Susie’s behavior. After the first prompt she uses the phone. Which of the4. The immediate, response-contingent following is the next correct step: (1) presentation of a reinforcer resulting in an increased frequency of that response. (1) a. Praise Susie for using the phone and move ______ on to the next trial. b. Go on to the next trial without saying5. The occasion for a response, the response, and anything else to Susie. the outcome of that response. (1) ______ c. Tell Susie, “That’s using the phone Susie!!” in a vibrant voice, then move on to the next6. A supplemental stimulus that raises the trial. probability of a correct response. (1) ______ d. Tell Susie, “That’s using the phone Susie.” in a monotone voice, then move on to the next trial.
11. After Jenny is given the instructions For the following question, select which discrete “Jenny, play with the car”, she grabs the trial was administered correctly. car and plays with it on the table. #1 Matt states the SD to the child who is facingWhich part of the discrete trial is bolded the wall. The child turns away from the wallabove? (1) and makes an incorrect response. Matt corrects the incorrect response and continues a. Response with the hierarchy of prompts until the b. Consequence correct response is made. c. Discriminative stimulus (SD) #2 Susie states the SD to her child who is12. After Johnny is given the instructions looking at her. Her child stops looking at “Johnny, use the phone”, he grabs the phone Susie and makes an incorrect response. and puts it up to his head. The practicum Susie corrects the incorrect response and student immediately gives Johnny a piece continues with the hierarchy of prompts of candy. until the correct response is made.Which part of the discrete trial is bolded 14. Which trial was administered correctly? (1)above? (1) a. #1 b. #2 a. Response b. Consequence 15. Why was the other trial incorrect? (1) c. Discriminative stimulus (SD) ______________________________________ ______________________________________13. As a child is walking to the playroom, she __ sees a book and says “book”. Immediately she receives a piece of candy as reinforcement. Is this a discrete trial? (1) a. Yes b. No