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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
Mock and Virtual FBA 5 SCATTERPLOT CHART (HYPOTHETICAL DATA) Baseline Speaking out of turn (Frequency) 7/9/18 6 7/10/18 4 7/11/18 8 7/12/18 7 7/13/18 6 Treatment Speaking out of turn (Frequency) 7/16/18 4 7/17/18 4 7/18/18 3 7/19/18 2 7/20/18 2
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Mock and Virtual FBA 7 DATA TRIANGULATION CHART STUDENT: Joseph DATE: 7/20/18 SOURCE ONE SOURCE TWO SOU ABC Data Interview with teacher S Joseph speaks out of turn when the teacher is giving other peers attention and demand situations. The teacher would verbally prompt or verbally redirect Joseph to his raise his hand. Joseph is gaining attention from peers when he is speaking out of turn from his peer’s laughter’s. Joseph usually speaks out during group instructions, academic tasks, or group work. Joseph likes to shout out inappropriate comments likes, “My dog got shot once.” Joseph tends to be disruptive when peers are trying to pay attention to instructions. Joseph does not raise his hand and does not wait to be called on when he does raise his hands. Joseph en behaviors 4/27/18. Joseph eng behaviors during the PRECIPITATING EVENTS: * Teacher gives attention to peers and no attention to Joseph. MAINTAINING EVENTS: * The teacher gives verbal redirection and social attention. Joseph’s gains attention from hi Joseph speaking out loud. FUNCTION: * Joseph is engaging in attention seeking behaviors and trying to get the attention from his peers and teache PROBLEM BEHAVIOR PATHWAY Student: Joseph Grade: 7 School: Sky Middle School Date: 7/20/2018
Mock and Virtual FBA 8 Time: __10:30A.M._____________ Setting: English Class Maintaining Contingencies Gaining attention from peers laughing at his comments and the teacher verbally redirecting Joseph. Problem Behavior English class or classroom group/lecture discussions. When the teacher gives other peers attention and does not get attention.

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