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Using Multiple Exemplar Instruction to Teach Letter Recognit
Transcript of Using Multiple Exemplar Instruction to Teach Letter Recognit
Match: Student matches the letter card to the corresponding card in the field
Mastery of Letter Recognition Through Multiple Exemplar Instruction
Introduce 5 letters at one time and then move through the entire alphabet introducing uppercase letters first and then lowercase letters. For generalization, intermix upper and lowercase once all have been taught independently.
Match: Place 3-5 cards in an array including foils. Give one of the letter cards to the students and say, "match."
Point: Place 3-5 letter cards in an array including foils and say, "point to (letter name)."
Textual Response: Hold up a target letter card.
Discriminative Stimulus (Sd)
Point: Student points to the target letter card in the field
Textual Response: Student reads the letter on the card and says the letter name
Match: If the student correctly matches the letter card, reinforce with a preferred item. If the student does not correctly match, implement the correction procedure.
Point: If the student points to the targeted letter in the field, reinforce with a preferred item. If the student does not point to the targeted letter in the field, implement the correction procedure.
Textual Response: If the student reads the letter on the card correctly, reinforce with a preferred item. If the student does not read the letter on the card correctly, implement the correction procedure.
Choose novel stimuli with which the student has no previous history