Task Analysis Set 3--Data Collection, Visual Instruction, Progress Reports

Task Analysis Set 3--Data Collection, Visual Instruction, Progress Reports
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This pack includes everything you need to teach & track a student’s progress for routine skills using task analysis. Tools are included to get a baseline for pre-intervention data, teach the skill with visuals, use a schedule of reinforcement, and prepare quarterly progress reports. IEP goal suggestions also given.

Task analysis breaks down a skill into steps so students can master them and then add them together to independently perform the whole routine required in the skill. Task analysis is ideal for teaching daily living skills, school routines, and some academics, e.g., solving math problems, since they have several steps, usually done in sequence.

Routines in this Task Analysis Skills Pack

1. Pledge of Allegiance
2. Engagement in Instruction
3. Ask a Friend To Play & Play with a Friend
4. Leisure Activity Selection
5. Subtraction: Finding the Difference

Teaching & Tracking Tools Included
• Suggested IEP Goals
• Task Analysis Data Collection Charts & a blank template (PDF & Excel for customizing)
• Task Analysis Summary Progress Reports & a blank template (PDF)
• Visual Explicit Instruction (PDF)
• Visual Schedule of Reinforcement Tool (PDF)

Methods for Teaching the Skill

Backward Chain: Assist the student with each step of task until the last step. Encourage independence and reinforce the student for doing the last step. Once that one is mastered, assist the student with all but the last two steps. When those are mastered, assist the student with all but the last three steps. Continue backwards until the student is able to complete the entire chain independently.

Forward Chain: Teach and reinforce the first step. Give assistance with the rest of the skill. When the first step is mastered, teach and reinforce the second step. Assist with the rest of the steps. Continue until the student is able to complete all steps independently.

Total Task: Teach all the steps, providing support as needed and fading support as student becomes more independent at each step. Provide a reinforcer at the end of the task to encourage continued attempts at learning the skill independently.

More Task Analysis Skills Packs available at TeachersPayTeachers.com at the store:
Autism Resources by Jean K Lawson.


Set 1:
Morning Arrival and Unpack Routine
Handwashing Routine
Conversation Routine
Playing a Board Game Routine
Addition: Finding the Sum Routine
Blank Template

Set 2
Lining Up Routine
Walking in the Hall Routine
Getting a Lunch in the Cafeteria Routine
Checking out a Library Book Routine
Getting Ready for Recess
Blank Template

Set 3
Pledge of Allegiance
Engagement in Instruction
Ask a Friend To Play & Play with a Friend
Leisure Activity Selection
Subtraction: Finding the Difference
Total Pages
55 pages
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