It is hard to teach kids with autism and other language delays remotely! That is why I developed this Google Quiz that can be used with either Google Docs or Google Classroom to teach children to identify pictures by their function. This particular resource focuses on teaching children to identify items that you can sit on or in. This type of task is called Listener Responding by Feature Function Class (LRFFC) on the VB-MAPP assessment. This quiz was designed to mimic in-person discrete trial instruction. Because it is so simple and does not require any special software (besides a Google account), it's perfect to ask parents to do with their children. It can also be done through video using screensharing.
The included Google quiz teaches students to identify the following items by their function (sit on or in). Each item has THREE different pictures to promote generalization.
As a BCBA, I carefully created the trials to mirror what discrete trial instruction should look like. All items are presented in a field of 3 with distractors. . This is to avoid any possibility of memorization or biased responding.
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If you want to see how this quiz looks like in action, check out my FREE resource that is structured the same way: Identify Items By Color (Red, Blue, Green)
IMPORTANT: This product requires a Google Account in order to use. You can sign up for a free Google account or integrate this with an existing Google Classroom or Google Docs account. The choice is yours!
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