5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Clinician directed intervention also has important secondary effects in that it
- When using ILS, what are some techniques the adult should use?
- .In a symbolic behavior goal we need to indicate a current
- 'Throw chair' (Throw it onto the chair) is an example of what semantic relation?
- To assess a toddler's caregiver/child interactions, we measure...
- a Facilitation strategies of caregiver and acquisition stgrategies of child.
- b Helps to alleviate and reduce parent stress.
- c action-locative
- d Level of functioning for Johnny,where he is starting at.
- e Expansions, extensions, recasts, open-ended Qs, and verbal reflective Qs.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Phonology, lexical production, and semantic-syntactic production.
- Indirect language strategies
- Acknowledge the message was received.Let child know his method was unacceptable.
Provide a more acceptable way of communicating. ("If you want it, point to it, and I'll give you one.")
- The parents and the clinician.
- What they want the child to learn and how much of the intervention they would like to deliver themselves.
5 True/False questions
If higher-level semantic relations are being conveyed frequently, it suggests that the child is exhibiting.... → Parent implemented intervention will encourage generalization more quickly and may encourage social skills as well as communication with the child.
How can we Increase Frequency Of Intentionality? → Accept any form of intentional behavior. Impute intent to some behavior we do observe, treat it as communicative, and respond accordingly.
Ex: If he scratches his face, give him the ball.
How can you provide natural Consequences? → 1.Vocal models
"Semantic utterances coded as ""other"" are typically about what percent of the sample for toddlers? → 30%
.If the child is only using gestures, what do we do? → The results of the evaluation we've done.