Double redirects

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  • Functional Analysis Screening Tool Summary

    little risk to property or health. According to the informants, the antecedents of Matt’s behavior include demands and denied access to preferred activity. Matt begins to draw and/or play with toys when he is demanded to listen to the teachers instruction or complete non-preferred class work or activities. Drawing and playing with toys are preferred activities for Matt making it difficult for him to transition to other activities. When Matt is engaged in off-task behavior he is ignored, verbally redirected, and/or physically redirected. His speech and language pathologist verbal redirects him, uses tactile prompts or uses a visual schedule to help him to comply with the desired on task behavior. His paraprofessional verbally redirects him by saying, “no” or ignores the off-task behavior. Matt’s classroom teacher physically redirects and verbally redirects Matt. These consequences help occasionally to redirect Matt to the desired on-task behavior. Another similarity across the interviews was the situation in which Matt’s behavior occurs least. His classroom teacher, paraprofessional and speech and language pathologist agreed that Matt’s off-task behavior occurs least during lunch and recess times. Matt is engaged in eating and playing outside so he is never off task during these times according to the informants. Based on the results of the FAST, I might address the target behavior by implementing a timer to ensure that Matt is aware of the amount of time that he is…

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  • Example Of A Narrative Report On A Developmental Center

    Identifying Information Friday, January 29, 2016, I attended one of the agency’s Developmental Centers located at Lafayette High school. From 9:30 a.m. until 12:15 p.m., I was able to interact with children and meet new staff members. There were three staff members present who were providing care to four boys and two girls. Children who attend the developmental center (DC) are those who are enrolled in either one or more of the agency’s programs. Although there are six children in the…

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  • Focus Of Dimension Summary

    subtle cues to redirect children’s behavior. For example, during group time the noise level was elevating and some of the children were focusing on their peers, the teacher quickly redirected their behavior by saying, “Put on your binoculars.” The children’s behavior shifted as they complied with the request. One way to redirect behaviors and minimize disruptions is by attending to positive behaviors. There were a couple examples of teachers redirecting children’s behavior by attending to…

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  • Redirect Negative Behavior Analysis

    my turn” and she began to tantrum when I took the IPad. I had to remove the IPad by putting it away for the rest of the day and did not give her what she wanted to stop the tantrum. I removed it because she displayed a negative behavior. I replaced the IPad with two other objects for her to work for. When an object is too reinforcing, it can become a distraction from completing tasks instead of an objective to work for. We need to explain to the parents that there should always be…

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  • Whale Done Essay

    instead of the negative. When someone achieves great success in study or work, we are supposed to praise them and give positive responses to encourage them to keep up the good work. When mistakes or errors occur, we should redirect the energy and attention to the right things without blame. It is really a good idea which could help people have a healthier relationship with not only the family, but also the colleagues. The book begins with a visit to the world-famous marine zoological park in…

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  • Trnsys: A Simulation Study

    Results and discussions The results of optimisation for the first scenario reveals that the mechanical ventilated double skin façade operates at its optimum situation when the air cavity has its minimum possible dimension 0.05m with the ventilation rate equal 40 l/s. The successive optimisation process is provided in Figure 3. In the same way the outcome of optimisation of cavity depth and airflow rate for the rest of scenarios are illustrated in Table 3. Table 3 Optimisation results for each…

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  • Call Of Duty's Ad Analysis: Everyone Is Doing It

    unknown man sitting in the couch and telling a story to the audience. First, the viewers might thing that his words are reflecting a sexual content ‘ « Everyone is doing it. Guys are doing it with girls. Girls are doing it with other girls. Some get together in groups and do it. Some even do it with complete strangers. Some people like to do it hardcore. Some people like to watch others doing it. Over 20 million people are doing it. Safe to say, everyone’s doing it » and because of that double…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: A Double Sports Life

    Shunterrance Walton Mrs. Harper Comp. 1 23 Sept. 2016 A Double Life The double sports life is probably one of the best things to happen in high school. What is better than playing two of the most exciting sports in the school? Well, having those two sports at two different off seasons would be the best. More than likely, with me having an offseason is unimaginable. Playing two sports is not as miserable unless they carry on over to the next one. Do not get me wrong, I love basketball and…

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  • Theme Of Split Identity In The Picture Of Dorian Gray

    determine which identity is their true self. In literature, the use of a doppelganger or a double allows the reader to see the internal struggle of the character expressed externally – essentially uncovering a hidden nature. In the deathbed confession style tale of “William Wilson” by Edgar Allen Poe, a young man by the name of William Wilson travels the world attempting to escape his double. While sharing the same name, the two men are opposite in morality. William’s double acts as the…

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  • Who Is Hogg's Fragmented Identity In Frankenstein

    Andrew Smith’s statement, referring to Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, can also be applied to James Hogg’s The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner. Both works of later-Romantic Gothic, these novels deal with the social impact of their protagonists’ ‘selfhood’, or ‘inner life’, rather than how the outward sublime influences the ‘inner self’. Instead of seeking ‘transcendence’ in sublime nature, Victor Frankenstein and Robert Wringhim aim to transcend their social and spiritual…

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