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Naturalistic intervention is a collection of practices including environmental a

Behavior strategies can then be used to bring out the target _______________. Behaviors
Naturalistic intervention can help the learner use rich, ______________-directed language within personal back-and-forth interactions Learner
Because naturalistic intervention is designed to be used in any setting and throughout the day, __________are more easily generalized Skills
Naturalistic intervention can be useful with __________________ learners (i.e., learners who are not yet using formal language to communicate) as well as learners who formally communication with words Prelinguistic
Naturalistic intervention can be used to help learners ______________ or become more ____________. communicate,social
These practices are designed to encourage specific target behaviors based on ______________ interests by building more complex skills that are naturally reinforcing and appropriate to the interaction. Learners
_____________________ intervention is a collection of practices including environmental arrangement, interaction techniques, and strategies based on applied behavior analysis principles. Naturalistic
Naturalistic intervention has been effective with learners with ASD at the preschool, _______________, and middle/high school levels and is appropriate for learners of any cognitive level. Elementary
By definition, _________________ intervention is used in routines throughout the day to develop skills in the areas of communication (both prelinguistic and linguistic) and social development. Naturalistic
Before implementing a naturalistic intervention, the teacher, practitioner, or team member should have an understanding of the learner's daily _______________ and activities routines
___________________ with families and other team members will help the teacher, practitioner, or team member identify appropriate activities and routines where naturalistic intervention can be used conversations
Because naturalistic intervention is implemented by multiple people throughout the day, it is important to have a clear understanding of who is on the _____________. team
Parents, siblings, special education staff at school, general education teachers, child-care providers, and adults from the community (including coaches, religious instructors, scout leaders, etc.) may all be appropriate _______ intervention team members naturalistic
The authors have identified a series of _________ steps with some sub-components to ensure implementation with naturalistic intervention with fidelity. seven
Step 1: Identifying the Target _____________> Behaviors
Step 2: ◦Collecting Baseline _____________. Data
Step 3: ◦Providing Training/Professional Development to Team ____________. members
Step 4: ◦Arranging the ____________ to Elicit the Target Behavior environment
Step 5: ◦Eliciting the Target Behavior, Keeping the Learner Engaged, and Using ABA Strategies to Elicit __________. behaviors
Step 6: ◦Using Data to Monitor ___________ and Determine Next Steps progress
A __________ target behavior/skill is selected to be the focus of the intervention. specific
The ____________ target should come directly from the learner's individualized family service plan (IFSP) or individualized education program (IEP). behavior
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