INTERVENTION: A Behavior Chart/Incentive Program to Improve Blurting Out Behaviors **This general behavior point system can be modified for any behavior of concern** Grade/Level: 2nd grade and up Problem The student does not raise his/her hand and wait to be called on before asking questions or ...
Activities to accompany the book: My Mouth is a Volcano by Julia Cook, (2005) , CTC Publishing Visuals created by: Jill D. Kuzma, (2008) Interrupting or "Blurting out": Interrupting is like a volcano erupting!
Timmy was blurting out answers that were not on topic, and was off task; playing with shoe laces, twirling pencil, talking to nearby peers.-On 11-6-07 Timmy was observed again to assess the amount of times he talked out of turn in the classroom environment.
The goals of the behavioral interventions will be to 1) decrease her impulsive blurting out by teaching her new skills, 2) Enhance Drew's self-confidence by providing an adult mentor and positive peer partners, 3) decrease class disruptions due to Drew's problem behavior by keeping a self-monitoring ...
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Date Time Tally (Blurting out) Total Rate Tally (Waiting to be called on) Total Rate 2/11/xx 2:15-2:25 /// / 2/12/xx 2:16-2:26 //// // 2/13/xx 2:16-2:26 // 2/14/xx 2:15-2:25 //// / // 2/15/xx 2:17-2:27 //// / Average Average 11 http://iris.peabody.
Individualized Intervention Program Observation Date: 01/22/2010 Student Name: School: Midvale Team members Ms. Jackson and Mr. Smart Birthdate:
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Ideas for Non-food Classroom Rewards As teachers know, classroom rewards can be an effective way to encourage positive behavior. Food rewards, especially candy, are often used because it is inexpensive and students like it.
No blurting out in class and NEVER interrupt or argue with the teacher! 3. Follow all safety and school rules. This includes no electronics and hats in class.