The Antecedent
Learner Behavior
The Consequence
Conducting Sessions

1.8 Uses for Discrete Trial Teaching

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Instructors may use DTT to teach a variety of language, social, and academic skills that the child is struggling to learn.  One area of language that is often taught in DTT is listener responding.  Listener responding is generally talked about as following verbal directions.  Effective listener responding allows you to respond to people and things in the environment.  

A cartoon of a boy with a speech bubble that says pick up your toy, demonstrating Discrete Trial Teaching.
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