The Antecedent
Learner Behavior
The Consequence
Conducting Sessions

5.3 Example of Error

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An error is anything that the learner does that is NOT the correct response. For any type of error, the instructor should circle the “E” for error. Many different errors can occur. One common error is selecting the wrong picture for the instruction.

A girl is pointing to a picture of a pig on a wall, seemingly oblivious to the error in the painting.
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