The Antecedent
Learner Behavior
The Consequence
Conducting Sessions

4.3 Look at the Learner

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When presenting the instruction, look at the learner, not the pictures. If you look at the pictures you might accidentally look at the target you are asking for. Also, use a neutral facial expression and a neutral tone of voice when delivering the instruction. Reserve animated facial expressions and excited tone of voice for praising correct responses. That is what makes the consequence so rewarding.

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