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Written Instructional Program for Math

Student: _Jane Doe______________________

Date: _____________________

Objective
Objective: Will independently select numbers
1-6 when given a variety of pictures to
represent the different numbers up to six 100
% accuracy over 5 consecutive trials.
Functional Routine: During Math group

Reinforcement
Type: Praise and token system.
Schedule of delivery: Receipt of praise is given
when appropriate behavior is shown, when you
see how hard she is working. Make sure that
praise is meaningful. Tokens are given when she
is working hard. Maximum of tokens can be
earned every 20 minutes.

Program Steps
Select numbers 1-6 independently with 100%
accuracy over 5 consecutive trials.
1. 1
2. 1 + distractor
3. 1 + 2 distractors
4. 2
5. 2 + 2 distractors
6. 3 + 2 distractors

Error Correction
Stop: No Emily this is the number ___. We are
looking for
number ___.

Select one:
Discrete
Forward
Skill
Chain
X

Backwar
d Chain

Total
Task

Location/Setting
1:1, small group.
Naturally occurring opportunities will happen
when it calendar time, schedule time. P.E.
Materials Needed
Variety of cards showing representations of 16

Back-step/Repeat the cue: go back to single


number + distractor.
Prompt: redirect attention and ask her discern
number currently working on plus previous
distraction.
Criteria for Moving to Next Step
100% over 5 consecutive trials
Prompt Strategy
Emily we are going to work on our numbers.
Here are the cards with our numbers. Get ready
to point to the number I say.
Select one:
Most-to-Least

Instruction
Instruction/Cue: Emily, what number is
this?
Naturally occurring cue for the behavior:
Emily will take the card and place it down on
the table.
Student Response/Behavior
Point to number provided by instructor .

Least-toMost

Time Delay
Progress Consta
ive
nt

X
Generalization
Stimulus Factors: Emily will select the numbers
on calendars, clocks, room numbers, numbers
that are written on the board for sequential
tasks.
Emily will use this to tell time during the day
while at school, and find her classroom number.
Response Factor: Emily will be able to tell you
what day it is when asked.
Special Considerations
Emily is non-verbal and uses her IPad that has
proloquo2go and sign-language for
communication.
Emilys favorite activity which is drawing (art).
Recognize numbers 1 thru 6 independently with
100 % accuracy over 5 consecutive trials.