The Antecedent
Learner Behavior
The Consequence
Conducting Sessions

3.7 Requiring an Orienting Response

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If the learner still has trouble paying attention, you may have the learner complete an orienting response, which increases the likelihood of attending to the materials. Some examples of orienting responses are having the learner run their finger back and forth across the array, touch each of the pictures in the array, turn over cards to reveal the pictures, or remove a screen or sheet that covers the array.

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So in this, do you tell the client “point to all of the items?” or how do you go about setting the SD for this to occur?

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