The Antecedent
Learner Behavior
The Consequence
Conducting Sessions

1.6 Three Parts of Discrete Trial Teaching

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The DTT learning structure has three parts that you’ll be learning about today: The antecedent (the verbal instruction and instructional materials) the behavior (the target skill that the student needs to learn), and the consequence (the fun and exciting reward for correct responses).

A diagram illustrating the three parts of Discrete Trial Teaching with the keywords 'attentive behavior' and 'consequence'.
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Clear and concise video example

Very good demonstration of DTT.

Great example of DTT in a clinical setting

This is a great example

This video was a great example of DTT and can be very helpful for someone that’s never run or observed a DTT session.

great video! shows dtt very clearly

Very easy to understand

great examples

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