The Antecedent
Learner Behavior
The Consequence
Conducting Sessions

3.8 Common Mistakes to Avoid

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Avoid these common mistakes!

  • Do NOT use these techniques if the learner is already attending.
  • Do NOT try other things like snapping your fingers at the learner.
  • Do NOT point to each individual picture or say the names of each picture.
  • Do NOT repeatedly use the appropriate sayings like, “look, look, look.”
  • Do NOT start instruction until the learner is attending.
Say “Look” or the learner’s nameSnap your fingers
Slide the pictures toward the learnerPoint to each picture
Move finger over all picturesSay the name of each picture
Reveal pictures behind a screenRepeatedly say the prompt
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