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FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT SUMMARYA. Behavior(s) being evaluated: Speaking out of turnB. Review the information from the Functional Interview(s) and the observation to complete the areas below: 1. Behavior Definition: Speaking out of turn – speaking without being called on during times when he is required to raise his hand.“Speaking out of turn” is defined as speaking without raising his hand/receiving permission fromthe teacher prior to speaking, and/or speaking about topics unrelated to academic content.Example: Student begins talking about his dog dying while the teacher is providing instructions to the class.Non-example: Student answers questions asked by the teacher, either directed at him or the whole class.2. Identified environmental conditions/MOs (e.g. sleep deprivation, medications, medical conditions, etc.): Joseph has been diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Joseph’s English teacher states that he tends to be more impulsive when he misses his ADHD medication in the morning.3. Antecedents (demand, termination, no attention, not engaged, etc.): Demand situation, teacher talking to the class4. Consequences (e.g. removal of a demand, attention, prompting, etc.): Verbal redirection, social attention5. Function of the behavior (e.g. gain or avoid something, gain automatic reinforcement, gain attention): Joseph gains social attention for engaging in speaking out of turn behaviors and avoids/escapes tasks by demand being removed (i.e., being told to go to the principal’s office).6. Hypothesis Statement: When the teacher places a demand (antecedent), Joseph will speak out of turn (behavior) so he can gain attention from peers and/or teacher and/or escape the demand that has been placed (consequence). 4
Mock FBA and Intervention RecommendationsKayla Akers7. What are some functional behaviors the person has that may serve as replacement behavior?
8. What are some functional behaviors that need to be taught to replace the problem behavior?
9. What are some things the individual likes that are reinforcing to him/her that may be used in the behavior plan?
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Mock FBA and Intervention RecommendationsKayla AkersSCATTERPLOT CHART(HYPOTHETICAL DATA)DATA TRIANGULATION CHARTSTUDENT: JosephDATE: 7/14/2019SOURCE ONESOURCE TWOSOURCE THREEABC DATAFUNCTIONALASSESSMENT SUMMARYSCATTERPLOTBaselineSpeaking out of turn(Frequency)7/1/2019107/2/2019147/3/2019117/4/2019117/5/201910TimeActivity/LocationMonTuesWedThursFri9:00 - 9:15English: Group Instruction9:15 - 9:309:30 - 9:45English: Independent Work9:45 - 10:0010:00 - 10:15English: Group Work10:15 - 10:3010:30 - 10:45English: Group Discussion10:45 - 11:00The chart is mainly divided into 15 minute intervals.

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