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Mock FBA and Intervention Recommendations Kayla Akers Speaking out of turn behaviors occurred 2 times during the observation period. Joseph spoke out of turn 100% of the time when a demand was placed. Joseph spoke out of turn 50% of the time when the teacher was talking to the class. 100% of the behavior resulted in verbal redirection. 100% of the behavior resulted in social attention from peers and/or teacher. Joseph is a 12-year-old male in 8 th grade. Joseph has been diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Joseph has been displaying speaking out of turn and out of seat behaviors daily. Joseph tends to be more impulsive when he misses his ADHD medication in the morning. A total of 56 occurrences of speaking out of turn occurred throughout the observation week. 22 out of 56 occurred during group instruction. 19 out of 56 occurred during independent work. 11 out of 56 occurred during group work. 4 out of 56 occurred during group discussion. PRECIPITATING EVENTS: Precipitating events include the teacher placing a demand on Joseph to perform a difficult task, the teacher speaking to other people in the room, the teacher stopping/withholding attention from Joseph, Joseph being told he cannot do something he wants to do, Joseph being told he cannot have something he wants, group instruction/work, and independent tasks. MAINTAINING EVENTS: The teacher and other students are maintaining Joseph’s speaking out of turn behavior(s) by providing attention (i.e., laughing or providing verbal redirection) to his vocal outbursts and by allowing Joseph to escape the demand (i.e., “Go to the principals office NOW!”). FUNCTION: The function of Joseph’s speaking out of turn behavior is to gain social attention and to escape the demand that has been placed. 7
Mock FBA and Intervention Recommendations Kayla Akers PROBLEM BEHAVIOR PATHWAY Student: Joseph Grade: 8 th School: Date: 7/16/2019 Time: 9:00 am – 11:00 am Setting: English Class Maintaining Contingencies Teacher verbally redirects Joseph Social attention was provided by peers laughing at the comment made by Joseph Joseph speaks out of turn by stating, “My dog got shot once.” Triggering Antecedents Setting Events Joseph is sitting at his desk quietly while teacher is speaking to the entire class Another student asks for clarification on assignment; teacher begins answering student’s question Problem Behavior 8
Mock FBA and Intervention Recommendations Kayla Akers COMPETING BEHAVIOR PATHWAY STUDENT: Joseph GRADE: 8 th SCHOOL: DATE: 7/16/2019 Desired Behavior(s) Triggering Antecedent Triggering Antecedent Accommodations Setting Events Problem Behaviors Joseph will raise his hand prior to speaking out. Joseph will verbally request a break or use a given “break card” if he needs a break.

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