The Antecedent
Learner Behavior
The Consequence
Conducting Sessions

5.2 Example of Correct Response

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Refer to the data sheet before each trial. When setting up the trial, the bold word is the target, so pointing to its corresponding picture would be the correct response. For example, in teaching trial 1 “Dog” is the bold word so pointing to the picture of the dog is the correct response. The instructor should circle the word “Dog” and “C” for correct.                         

Correct response: A child is pointing to a picture of a dog on a wall as an example.
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