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Discrete Trial Presentation

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Erin Roberts

on 1 June 2017

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Discrete Trial Presentation
Coordinating Between Home and School
Assessment
Teaching Correct, Consistant Yes or No Responses
1st Trial
1. Place a red card in front of Jeremy.
2. Ask Jeremy if the card is red.
3. Jeremy responds, "yes."
4. Give Jeremy enthusiastic praise.
5. Pause between next trial.
(If Jeremy responded no, that the card was not red, the teacher would praise him for answering. The teacher would continue to explain however that the answer was incorrect. The teacher would then encourage Jeremy to think of other red things like apples, tomatoes, etc. The teacher would remove the card, pause, and do the trial again.)
2nd Trial
1. Place a green card in front of Jeremy.
2. Ask Jeremy if the card is red.
3. Jeremy responds, "no."
4. Give Jeremy enthusiastic praise.
5. Pause between next trial.
(If Jeremy had responded, yes the card was red, the same procedure would be followed as the last trial for an incorrect response.)

An assessment for this skill could be as simple as reading a book to Jeremy and asking him about pictures in the book. Ex. Is there a dog on this page? Is there one chair on this page? It could also be simple daily conversation. Ex. Is it hot outside? Are you wearing a shirt today? I chose to teach this skill because Jeremy's profile stated he inconsistently responds to yes and no questions.
To coordinate between home and school I would ensure I had a good communication flow between myself and the parent. To begin the process I would meet with the parent and discuss in detail the what is being taught, why it is being taught, how it is being taught, and the importance of frequent communication and supporting the skill at home. Each day the trials are completed a note would be sent home describing the child's progress. I would request the parent communicate with me on a regular basis how the child is doing with the skill at home as well.
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