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childhood disorders

task mode what is it? 1.imitation2. cue/prompt3.spontanoes
what is response level how hard the target responses 1.increase lengthand complexity of desired response:isolation,syllable,word, carrier phrase,phrase,sentence, text(conversation,narration) 2. decrease the latency between the stimulus and the client response
what is branching? reconizing if that target activity is to easy or to hard increasing or decreasing the level difficulty by one step immediately
what is generalization/carrier? intregal part of therapy not just the final phrase:homework,vary audience,vary evidence,vary stimuli
what are the 5 building blocks of intervention programming,data collection,behavior modification, key teaching strategies,session design
what is the cyclical process assesment , plan, intervention
process of grief anger , denial, bargaining, frustration,depression,acceptence,helpiness, loneliness, sadiness
normal patterns of secondary language aquisition transfer, fossilization, code switching, silient period, lang. loss, interlanguage
data collection data recording forms / charts correct vs. incorrect data should allow distinguishing initiative cued / prompted , self corrected and spontanoes conversational level might be easier to doc. errors record every stimulus chain or any missing response doc.
what is soap subjective--objective--assesment--plan--
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