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TED 2360 Study Guide

TED 2360 Study Guide - TED 2360 Study Guide 1 Antecedent...

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TED 2360 Study Guide 1) Antecedent modeling - An antecedent model is the demonstration of a response before the pupil attempts it himself. 2) Error Dependent modeling- An error dependent model is the demonstration of the correct response after a pupil has attempted it unsuccessfully. 3) Simplifying- Simplifying means making a task easier so that a pupil can get the correct response. 4) Leading questions- Questions asked to a pupil that help focus the pupil on the relevant information they need in order to move toward the correct response. a. Firming procedure- 5) Physical prompting- is defined as physically assisting a pupil to perform a response or to assume a specific hand, foot, head or body position. 6) Partial Modeling- Partial modeling is the demonstration of part of a response in order to cue the student to give the complete response. How to increase comprehension of expository and narrative text? Definitions 1) Special Education- Specially designed instruction which meets the unique needs of an exceptional child. 2) SDAA- State Developed Alternative Assessment 3) TAKS- Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skill 4) TEKS- Texas Essential Knowledge and Skill 5) IDEA- Individuals with Disabilities Education Act – advocates a free appropriate (including services) education for all children in the least restrictive environment.
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  • Spring '08
  • ARREDONDO
  • Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, education services, appropriate public education, Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skill, SDAA- State Developed Alternative Assessment

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