Student joseph grade8th school city park middle

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STUDENT: Joseph GRADE:8th SCHOOL: City Park Middle School DATE: 12/02/2020 Desired Behavior(s) Triggering Antecedent Triggering Antecedent Accommodations Setting Events Maintaining Consequence(s) Setting Events Accommodations *Joseph will raise his hand and receive permission to speak prior to speaking. *Joseph will raise his hand to ask for help or use a designated “break card” to request a break. * Demand situation in English class during group instructions, independent work, or group work. *Teacher addressing entire class *Provide Joseph with extra computer time or play/free time when he engages in desired behavior(s). *Place undesired (speaking out of turn) behavior on extinction (planned ignoring).Only provide attention/verbal praise when Joseph engages in desired behavior(s). *Attention from peers or teacher *Escape from demand Maintaining Consequence(s) Replacement Behavior(s) *Speaking out of turn during English class Problem Behaviors *Joseph will raise his hand prior to speaking *Joseph will verbally request a break or use a given “break card” if he needs a break *Joseph will be reminded to raise his hand and receive permission prior to speaking out of turn, *teacher will provide 1:1 engagement with Joseph and preview the upcoming schedule with Joseph prior to placing demands *placing a demand during English class during group or independent work *verbally remind the entire class to raise their hand and wait to be called on *Provide Joseph with “break cards” to use when he feels overwhelmed or needs to take a break
FBA MOCK ASSIGNMENT 11 FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT SUMMARY A. Behavior(s) being evaluated: Speaking out of turn B. Review the informational from the Functional Interview (s) and the observation to complete the areas below: 1. Behavior definitions: 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 from the 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, medication, medical conditions, etc.) Joseph has been diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Joseph English teacher states that he tends to be more impulsive when he misses his ADHS medication in the morning. 3. Antecedents (demand, termination, no attention, not engages, etc. ) Demand situation, teacher talking to the class 4. Consequences (e.g. Removal of a demand, attention, prompting, etc.): Verbal redirection, social attention 5. Function of the behavior (e.g. gain or avoid something, gain automatic reinforcement, gain attention):
FBA MOCK ASSIGNMENT 12 Joseph gains social attention for engaging in speaking out of turn behaviors and

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