Incidental Teaching andAppropriate Play<br />Lisa Brown<br />
Incidental Teaching<br />A naturalistic teaching method<br />A procedure where new behaviors are taught  within the contex...
What does this mean?<br />Any learning opportunity you can get out of the environment and objects in the environment<br />...
Natural Environments/Settings where you can use I.T.<br />In the booth<br />During structured play time<br />Outside<br />...
Verbal prompts you can use:<br />There are numerous prompts you can use to guide incidental teaching, here are some exampl...
 I.T. duringmastered Procedure time<br />Bring the child to the playroom<br />Gather a few reinforcers/preferred items<br ...
For Example:<br />Suzie shows an interest in a Sesame Street puzzle<br />You say, “What is this?” Prompt her to say ‘puzzl...
Suzie Example continued<br />Once identifying these answers, give Suzie the puzzle piece and say, “Finish puzzle.”<br />As...
I.T. during snack/Meal time<br />Withhold a food item<br />Hold it in your hand, and ask “What is this?”<br />Wait for the...
I.t. and reinforcers<br />Instead of just letting the child sit and play with his/her reinforcer alone, make extra learnin...
Your Turn<br />Your child is playing with a few toy cars.<br />What are possible ELOs you could present?<br />
Your Turn<br />You are at lunch with your child.<br />Today’s lunch consists of a beverage, a hotdog, carrots and applesau...
Your Turn<br />When your child is washing his/her hands?<br />What are possible ELOs you could present?<br />
Appropriate Play<br />When a child engages in an activity appropriately<br />What does this mean?<br />Child plays with to...
Examples:<br />Rolling a ball<br />Putting a doll in a car<br />Dressing up in costumes<br />Flying an airplane<br />Rolli...
Not Examples<br />Sucking on a car.<br />Hitting their head on the table.<br />Spinning things that aren’t supposed to be ...
Quiz Time!<br />Name an Sd can use during Incidental Teaching.<br />Give an example of an appropriate play and of an inapp...
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    1. 1. Incidental Teaching andAppropriate Play<br />Lisa Brown<br />
    2. 2. Incidental Teaching<br />A naturalistic teaching method<br />A procedure where new behaviors are taught within the context of natural environments, during the course of typical events.<br />
    3. 3. What does this mean?<br />Any learning opportunity you can get out of the environment and objects in the environment<br />ELOs are a part of Incidental Teaching<br />
    4. 4. Natural Environments/Settings where you can use I.T.<br />In the booth<br />During structured play time<br />Outside<br />During snack/meal times<br />In the bathroom<br />While washing hands<br />Transitioning from one place to the next<br />ANYWHERE!<br />
    5. 5. Verbal prompts you can use:<br />There are numerous prompts you can use to guide incidental teaching, here are some examples:<br />“Say”, “Hi”<br />“Say”, “I want juice”<br />“Say”, “Go Potty”<br />“Say”, “Let’s go play”<br />Can you think of anymore?<br />
    6. 6. I.T. duringmastered Procedure time<br />Bring the child to the playroom<br />Gather a few reinforcers/preferred items<br />Play with each until the child shows interest in a specific item- let the child guide the teaching<br />Try to get as many ELOs from that one item as possible<br />Use as many items as you can and make sure the child is interested at all times.<br />
    7. 7. For Example:<br />Suzie shows an interest in a Sesame Street puzzle<br />You say, “What is this?” Prompt her to say ‘puzzle’ before giving it to her.<br />Once Suzie starts playing with the puzzle, take a piece away.<br />Point to a color and ask, “What color?”<br />If a certain character is on the puzzle piece you may also ask, “Who is this?”<br />
    8. 8. Suzie Example continued<br />Once identifying these answers, give Suzie the puzzle piece and say, “Finish puzzle.”<br />Ask as many questions as you possibly can about the puzzle.<br />Great ELOs!<br />It is okay if you need to prompt responses.<br />
    9. 9. I.T. during snack/Meal time<br />Withhold a food item<br />Hold it in your hand, and ask “What is this?”<br />Wait for the child to respond and give it to the child after a correct response.<br />Prompting is okay<br />Other questions you can ask:<br />“What color is this?”<br />“Do you want this?”<br />“Pick one.”<br />
    10. 10. I.t. and reinforcers<br />Instead of just letting the child sit and play with his/her reinforcer alone, make extra learning opportunities<br />“What is this?”<br />“What color is this?”<br />“Do this.” (Model something with the toy)<br />“What does a _____ say?”<br />“How many ________ are there?” “One, two, three …….”<br />
    11. 11. Your Turn<br />Your child is playing with a few toy cars.<br />What are possible ELOs you could present?<br />
    12. 12. Your Turn<br />You are at lunch with your child.<br />Today’s lunch consists of a beverage, a hotdog, carrots and applesauce.<br />What are possible ELOs you could present?<br />
    13. 13. Your Turn<br />When your child is washing his/her hands?<br />What are possible ELOs you could present?<br />
    14. 14. Appropriate Play<br />When a child engages in an activity appropriately<br />What does this mean?<br />Child plays with toys appropriately<br />Child engages in age-appropriate activities<br />Child engages in pretend play<br />Child interacts with other people/children<br />
    15. 15. Examples:<br />Rolling a ball<br />Putting a doll in a car<br />Dressing up in costumes<br />Flying an airplane<br />Rolling out play-doh<br />Hugging a classmate<br />Can you all think of other examples?<br />
    16. 16. Not Examples<br />Sucking on a car.<br />Hitting their head on the table.<br />Spinning things that aren’t supposed to be spun.<br />Heavily concentrating on one object.<br />Sitting alone in the corner.<br />Can you all think of other examples?<br />
    17. 17. Quiz Time!<br />Name an Sd can use during Incidental Teaching.<br />Give an example of an appropriate play and of an inappropriate play.<br />Name two places where you can use Incidental Teaching. (2 pts)<br />ELOs are a main component of Incidental Teaching.<br />True<br />False<br />
    18. 18. QuestionsorComments???<br />

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