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EDU 665 Chapter 7 Assignment
1. The Table 7-1 on page 174 explains the six typical functions and maintaining consequences of each behavior. The two most common functions in a classroom setting are:
1. to gain attention
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2. to escape from a task
Give a classroom example of these two functions and explain what the maintaining consequence may be.
2. Read the article “ABC Chart” that is in the module.
A. How is the Antecedent- Behavior-Consequence Chart (ABC Chart) used in developing a functional behavior analysis?
B. List and define the meaning of A-B-C.
3. Scenario: Kalyn consistently demonstrates withdrawn behavior in several of her classes. This behavior results in nonparticipation in class activities, incomplete assignments, and assignments not being submitted for grading. Using this scenario and your imagination, complete a brief ABC Chart Analysis that depicts your direct observations of Kalyn in the classroom. In a separate statement, describe what function this behavior may be serving. Provide support for your conclusions. You may use the link here to locate a blank ABC form or design one of your own.
4. List the two occasions when IDEA requires development of a behavior support plan, or behavior intervention plan, for a special education student.
5. What is a behavior support plan?
6. Define Positive Behavior Support (PBS) and describe the 3-tiered prevention model for behavior.