physical prompting with verbal labeling,

16:11 Mar 31, 2014
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Education / Pedagogy / IEP needs
English term or phrase: physical prompting with verbal labeling,
...as he tolerates full physical prompting with verbal labeling,

When requesting more of an item during mealtime, ***** will sign 'more please', as he tolerates full physical prompting with verbal labeling, 100% of the time, in 5/5 trial days.

Gracias por la ayuda a todos.
Blanca Collazo
Puerto Rico
Local time: 10:09


Summary of answers provided
4recuerdo(s) físico(s) con descripción verbal
MollyRose
4maltrato físico y que lo llamen con etiquetas peyorativas
Judith Armele


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maltrato físico y que lo llamen con etiquetas peyorativas


Explanation:
...mientras que tiene que tolerar maltrato...

Judith Armele
Mexico
Local time: 09:09
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recuerdo(s) físico(s) con descripción verbal


Explanation:
I recognize this as standard-type objectives for an Individualized Education Program (IEP) for special ed, specifically in the area of communication. Physical prompting in this case could be something like picking up the milk carton and making a question gesture with the face, and the verbal labeling would be something like, "More?" or "What do you say?" or naming the object (milk, in this example)--depending on the standard(s) they set for verbal. To measure success, the child will respond 100% of the time when tested 5 times in 5 days of testing.

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Note added at 5 hrs (2014-03-31 21:33:14 GMT)
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Oh, I ought to add, they are mentioning that the child "sign." This is for children with partial or total hearing loss. Here is a link that tells what verbal labelling is: http://books.google.com/books?id=TIyd4NBHGxAC&pg=PA213&lpg=P...

MollyRose
United States
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Notes to answerer
Asker: Thank you, Molly. I closed the question because it looked like no one was going to help. I did my own back and forth research and came up with something like that. I don't remember right now what it was. Thank you so much, though. I really appreciate your input.

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