This is a Discrete Trial Training / Discrete Trial Instructions - Maintenance - for Object Identification, both receptively and expressively.
A Discrete Trial Training / Discrete Trail Instruction is a way to teach a single, distinct skill. This DTT program is written with two Levels (Receptive, and Expressive) for Object Identification. Included are example Target objects to teach, with space to write in your own Targets. Level 1 (Receptive) is written to present two objects and ask "Give me___" one target object. There are also suggestions to modify the program if the student is not progressing, or if the student is able to scan a larger set of objects. Level 2 (Expressive) is written to ask "What is this?". There is a suggestion to modify the program if the student has mastered multiple target objects receptively.
A prompt hierarchy can be Most-to-Least, Least-to-Most, Progressive Time Delay, Graduated Guidance, Baseline, Maintenance, etc. Once a Task Analysis has been mastered by the student, it is recommended to do Maintenance checks occasionally to ensure that the student continues to be independent or to check for errors in the task. As each has their own way of progressing through prompting, I have included the specifics for Maintenance.
The type of prompt can be physical, vocal, visual, positional, etc. As Level 1 prompts are written as physical prompts as this is a physical task (though the student may need multiple prompts, such as positional and physical). Level 2 prompts are written as Model prompts, as the student may be vocal verbal and/or using an AAC device.