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A step-by-step ABA curriculum for young learners with autism spectrum disorders (age 3-10)

Author: Lindsay Hilsen
Publisher: London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2013.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This curriculum gives a clear outline on what and how to teach the child aged 3 to 10 with autism, using principles of applied behavior analysis. The book is divided into three sections: Assessment, Curriculum and Mastered, each with built-in data collection. It covers 10 pivotal areas of a child's development, broken down into manageable tasks.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
(OCoLC)826899296
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lindsay Hilsen
ISBN: 1299711197 9781299711198 9780857007759 0857007750
OCLC Number: 851696889
Description: 1 online resource (384 pages)
Contents: Endorsements; A Step-by-Step ABA Curriculum for Young Learners with Autism Spectrum Disorders (Age 3-10); Book Overview; Applied Behavior Analysis Overview; Applied Behavior Analysis Components; Part I: Assessment; Assessment Directions; Assessment Section Example; Total Percentages Record Sheet; Comments; Classroom and Social Skills; Playground; Asks a Peer to Join/Play; Winning and Losing; Follows Basic Classroom Instructions; Sits During Group Time; Raises Hand; Weather; Handwriting; Writes Lines and Shapes; Draws Pictures; Writing Upper Case Letters; Writing Lower Case Letters. Writes NumbersReading; Receptively Identifies the Sound of Letters; Labels Sounds; Match Words to Pictures; Match Word to Word; Receptive Identification of Simple Words; Read Simple Words; Math; Patterns; Gives a Specified Amount; Math Terms; Receptive Identification of Telling Time; Expressive Identification of Telling Time; Receptive Identification of Coins; Expressive Identification of Coins; Receptive Identification of Same and Different; Expressive Identification of Same and Different; Language Arts-Receptive Programs; Receptive Identification of Prepositions. Receptive Identification of PronounsReceptive Identification of Adjectives; Receptive Identification of Noun and Adjective; Receptive Identification of Adverbs; Receptive Identification of Class; Receptive Identification of Feature; Receptive Identification of Function; Language Arts-Expressive Programs; Expressive Identification of Prepositions; Expressive Identification of Pronouns; Expressive Identification of Adjectives; Expressive Identification of Noun and Adjective; Expressive Identification of Adverbs; Expressive Identification of Class; Expressive Identification of Feature. Expressive Identification of FunctionSort and Categorization; Receptive Identification of What Goes Together; Expressive Identification of What Goes Together; Categorization; Receptive Identification of What is Not the Item; Expressive Identification of What is Not the Item; Sort by Function; Sort by Feature; Sort by Class; Conversation and Social Skills; Receptively Identifies Items; Expressively Answers the Question "Name{u2026}"; Answers Questions About Items; Answers "What" Questions; Answers "When" Questions; Answers "Where" Questions; Answers "Which" Questions; Answers "Who" Questions. Answers "How" QuestionsAnswers "Why" Questions; What Can You Do in the Community?; "Tell Me About{u2026}"; Recall; Conversation Starters; Self Help and Daily Living Skills; Brushes Teeth; Washes Face; Puts Shirt On; Ties Shoes; Toileting; Part II: Curriculum; Curriculum Directions; Curriculum Section Example; Classroom and Social Skills; Playground; Asks a Peer to Join/Play; Winning and Losing; Follows Basic Classroom Instructions; Sits During Group Time; Raises Hand; Weather; Handwriting; Writes Lines and Shapes; Draws Pictures; Writing Upper Case Letters; Writing Lower Case Letters.
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This curriculum provides everything that an adult working with an autism spectrum disorder would need to ensure a thorough and appropriate ABA program for the young learner.  Read more...

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