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Table 6.2.  Examples of target behaviors written using an antecedent-behavior-criterion formula. Antecedent/conditionBehaviorCriterion. During daily activities (e.g., small group, center time, snack time, outdoor play) . . . During daily transitions . . .

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Table 6 2 examples of target behaviors written using an antecedent behavior criterion formula

Table 6.2.  Examples of target behaviors written using an antecedent-behavior-criterion formula

Antecedent/conditionBehaviorCriterion

During daily activities (e.g., small group, center time, snack time, outdoor play) . . .

During daily transitions . . .

During daily activities (e.g., small group, center time, snack time, outdoor play) and when asked “What do you want?” . . .

Sam will manipulate a variety of objects, toys, and/

or materials . . .

Sam will go from one activity to the next . . .

Sam will express her wants and needs using two- or three-word verbal utter- ances . . .

that require use of both hands at the same time, while performing different movements. Sam will manipulate three different objects, toys, and/or materials one time a day for 2 consecutive weeks.

without crying, hitting others, or throwing materials two times per week for 3 consecutive weeks.

at least once during three different activities within a 1-week period.


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