By Karen Roosa
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John, Susan, Titty and Roger, the team of the Swallow, tackle the task of mapping the mass of small islands around Pin Mill whereas residing at the largest one. yet who're the mysterious savages who lurk within the islands - and is the tribal totem they locate of their campsite a probability of attack?
(Originally released in 1939)
1980 Bally halfway Mfg. KSR-996
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After analyzing the task, the child's skills and his emotional response, you should have a grasp on the underlying problem. These frequently fall into one of the following cate¬ gories: ¦ The task is too difficult. ¦ The task or activity has no meaning or purpose to the child. ¦ The task is boring, unstimulating, or not challenging. ¦ The task is overwhelming. ¦ The task is a change in routine and the child is having difficulty adjusting. ¦ The child dislikes the task. ¦ The child lacks self-confidence.
Build a momentum of positive "yes" answers, then present a less-preferred task. Concise instructions a Limit extraneous verbalizations. B Monitor your instructions; be brief and concise. ¦ Do not ask whether a child wants to do something unless you are prepared to let him or her decline. a Keep verbalizations specific to the task, especially when a child is just learning words. Defined rules Positive behavioral momentum a Use gestures with verbal instructions to help increase comprehension. m If necessary, limit instructions to one or two words.
Attach meaning to the activity. CHAPTER 6 ANALYZING BEHAVIORS THAT ARE NOT SENSORY ¦ Reward the child's efforts immediately and consistently. Draw attention to, and reinforce, task completion to increase self-confidence. ¦ Gradually fade attention to intermittent reinforcement (every third to fourth time) as his success increases. ¦ Address or respond to the child's emotional responses (anger, frustration, happiness, and need for help). Environmental Intervention Techniques Avoidance due to fear of the task or sensory components ¦ If the fear is rational (has a definite cause or reason) address the underlying cause.