5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What are the four steps to administering a baseline test?
- Example of a long-term goal
- DO we as therapists need to report progress on each goal?
- What is the "Projected Criteria" on the Daily Therapy Plan and Log?
- What must be done before the therapy session?
- a 1. Specify the Treatment Targets in Measurable Terms (Write the Goal)
2. Prepare Stimulus Items
3. Prepare Recording Sheet
4. Administer Baseline Trials (20 stimulus productions)
- b Yes, progress on each goal needs to be reported; use the same number as used with the goals
- c 1. Plan goals, reinforcement, and activities
2. Plan criteria for advancement
3. Use Daily Therapy Plan and Log Sheet
- d Johnny will be 100% intelligible in conversational speech during three consecutive three-minute language samples
- e the goal you have for the child
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- -look at child's age, cultural background, linguistic abilities
-give child at least 20 items/chances to produce the target behavior
- how the child actually performed
- How you feel the child did
- specific material, reinforcers, reinforcement schedules, parent/spouse participation, and/or client behaviors
5 True/False Questions
Baselines → why the child may have performed the way he did (late, ill, etc.)
What are the three types of goals in therapy? → daily goals, short-term goals, long-term goals
Example of a short-term goal: → Johnny will be 100% intelligible in conversational speech during three consecutive three-minute language samples
What should you notice when administering the Baseline Trial? → have the child repeat items, or show pictures or flashcards, etc.
What is included on the Recording Sheet? → As the child moves through, mark which ones he gets right or wrong. Provides a quick way to figure percentages. Write percentages at bottom of column