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A‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ new student has recently been assigned to R. Dailey’s 1st grade classroom. Read the following scenario to inform you regarding the best approaches to take in returning the classroom to its usual, learning-centered environment. Scenario Jessie has just moved to “Everyone’s Town” and was registered in the local public school, Jackson Elementary School. It is now the middle of October and school has been in session for approximately 8-weeks. Jessie is 6-years-old and in the 1st grade – R. Dailey’s classroom. Things have gone very well in Ms. Dailey’s classroom since “Back to School Night” that was held one week before school began. Students are learning and there has been enthusiastic support from parents on “Everybody’s Special Day,” – a program Ms. Dailey designed to increase knowledge of, and appreciation for, the different cultures represented in the classroom. Almost immediately, Ms. Dailey encountered Jessie’s “tantrum behaviors.” These behaviors primarily consist of falling to the floor and screaming. Needless to say, these behavioral incidents cause a lot of chaos in the classroom. At first, the other children seemed unsure as to how to respond to the behaviors. After a few episodes, some would laugh, point, or put their hands over their ears. The first few weeks that Ms. Dailey encountered these behaviors, she tried to identify why Jessie was upset. She went to her, put her arm around Jessie’s shoulder, and asked her what was upsetting her. Consoling her, she would prompt Jessie to go get some water and come back to the desk. This would end the current behavior episode, but the behaviors continued throughout the day. Finally, after several weeks of these behaviors, Ms. Dailey decided to utilize a “time out” procedure in which Jessie was required to sit in a desk just outside the classroom. The hallway had many pictures on the walls and there were always people walking to and fro. Ms. Dailey would occasionally hear Jessie humming while in time out. Once J‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍essie was calm for 6-minutes, she would be allowed to return to the classroom. Still, the tantrums continued and seemed to be increasing in frequency. Dailey realizes that it is important to conduct a FBA to identify the probable function of Jessie’s “tantrum behaviors” in order to design a BIP based on that function. Instructions Conduct a Functional Behavior Assessment according to the following steps: Conduct an indirect assessment (Interview and Intake Forms) Conduct direct observation in the classroom: You will need 3-5 days of data at different points in the school day. Operationally define the target behavior. Conduct an A-B-C Assessment (A-B-C Data Sheet) Chart the rate of the target behavior according to date Based upon the A-B-C data, hypothesize the function of the target behavior. Based on your understanding of the three-term contingency, and operant behavior, design a behavior intervention plan for Jessie. Continue to collect data and evaluate the effectiveness of your intervention after 1-week and after 2-weeks by comparing the intervention data with the baseline data with regard to the frequency of occurrence. Once you have completed the Functional Behavior Assessment, created your behavior plan, and evaluated its effect on the target behavior, write a summary, in essay form (minimum of 3 pages), of the steps in your process and the purpose and importance of each step. Include the following forms (to be attached to your paper after the reference page): Interview and Intake Forms A-B-C data sheets Rate chart of the target behaviors during baseline, Week 1 Treatment, and Week 2 Treatment You will have to use “creative license” and fabricate your data when developing your A-B-C analysis with regard to the antecedents and consequences. Remember, these important variables will determine the function of the target behavior! If you use outside sources, remember to cite them in the body of your paper (in-text citations) and then again in your references (refe‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍rence page). Use APA style; 12-point, Times New

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-‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍-TECHNOLOGY APPLICATION AND PRACTICE: An Annotated Bibliography will be developed including Five (100 word minimum for each) Annotated Citations. With the exception of the first, these references will be based on topics obtained from the Language Development Hypotheses in the list provided at the end of this survival document, and again in the Class Requirement Section online. You may use the same Topic for all, or different Topics for each. The choice is yours. The First annotated citation will be on the Topic of the “Legal and Ethical Dimensions of the Use of Information.” This information can be obtained from the Internet using a search engine such as ONE SEARCH on the Oviatt Library Home page. The annotated citation should be in APA format as much as possible, and should include the URL (address) of the Internet site; or a citation of the book or article if that was used. The annotation should provide a short overview of the article and/or list the most critical points. Please note that this one citation can relate to ANY topic and is not limited to only Language Development. The second two of these citations will be full Text articles or books obtained through Databases of professional books and journals available at, or online through the CSUN Library. I recommend using ONE SEARCH on the Oviatt Library webpage. But any search engine will suffice. These citations will be reported in a APA format as much as possible. Included in the annotation portion of each citation will be a paragraph, which briefly (like in a few sentences) summarizes the article (you can usually get this information from the abstract), and answers following questions. If the answer is not available, you simply state that fact an move on: 1. What is the background (authority) of the author (viz., degree and type of education, affiliated institution, history of research in the area as perhaps reflected by past articles in the bibliography)? 2. Who is the intended audience (., professionals, laypersons, women etc.)? 3. How does this work compare or contrast with others you may have cited or be aware of? If you are not aware of any others, simply state that as the situation. 4. What is the scope and relevance of this work to the selected topic (hypothesis)? What the heck do I mean by that? Well, is it highly or only vaguely relevant to the hypothesis; and is it of minor or major importance. The Last Two citations will be obtained from websites on the Internet using any search engines but as before, ONE SEARCH on the Oviatt Library Home Page should do just fine. These citations will follow an APA format as closely as possible, including the URL information. Included in each citation will be a paragraph, which briefly summarizes the site, and addresses the following questions related to, for the purpose of this exercise, the voracity of the Website. If the answers are not available in the site information, which may often be the case, simply state so and move on: 1. Is the site owner/manager’s identity available and is it associated with a reputable organization, company or educational institution? 2. What is the background (authority) of the author (viz., degree and type of education, affiliated institution, history of research in the area as perhaps reflected by past articles in the site ‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍bibliography. If this information is not available, simply state that fact.) 3. What is the level of objectivity? For example, are there advertisements on the site related in anyway to the topic? 4. Is the Website current? Clues to the contrary, for example, include broken or expired links and/or no posting date or updated notations. 5. Is the information correct; error free, verifiable, and/or backed by full citations? Information Competency Exercise: Language Development Hypotheses (TOPICS) List to select from for the Student Research for the Term Paper (Class Requirement #2), and the Annotated Bibliography (Class Requirement #4). You are free to use one Topic for all or different Topics for each, or any combination of the two (if this makes any sense.) 1. The effects of watching television for young children are detrimental to language development. The number of siblings and their position in the family in terms of birth effects language development. Increased opportunities to experience (play with) many objects as a young child is beneficial to concept (and hence) language development. Letting the infant cry at night so that she/she will learn to sleep all night long is detrimental to language development if not the psychological development of the baby. Exposing the child in the first five years of life to classical music like Bach and Beethoven is beneficial for cognitive and/or language development. The more you talk to a child in the first five years, the better cognitive and/or language development will be. Children who are read to (or who read) have better imagery and/or language development than children who watch Television. A plentiful diet of sugar based cereals, soft drinks, pastries, cookies, and/or fast foods, is developmentally detrimental to a child’s ability to sustain attention. Reading to a child every day (even an infant) is beneficial for language development. 10. A baby, who immediately after birth is allowed to remain with the mother rather than being immediately put in a nursery, will demonstrate more vocalization in later months. 11. Babies who are not touched will perish at worst or have diminished brain development at best. 12. Children who watch Television spend less time reading or drawing than children who don’t. 13. Children with stay-at-home moms (or dads) have better language development than those having parents who both work away from the home. 14. Sustained middle ear infections among children from birth to 5 years will have a detrimental effect on language development. 15. Learning to read and play music facilitates attention of all kinds–(focused, sustained, selective, alternating and dual). 16. For the normal baby, being exposed to two, three or more languages simultaneously is a good policy for language development. 17. A person’s first language can not be acquired after puberty. 18. Parrots, porpoises, and/or primates do not acquire language . 19. Children have better eidetic imagery than adults. 20. Syntax is only found in human communication. 21. 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I‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍dentify any child under 36 months who is exhibiting a challenging behavior. Describe their behavior in detail. Why is the behavior challenging? Read “Aggressive Behavior in Toddlers” by Claire Lerner & Rebecca Parlakian. Utilize the three-step process to decide the best way the parent or caregiver should respond. Describe what is the best way to respond to the challenging behavior. In an essay format, draft your findings using the outline below. Mi‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍nimum 2 pages, double spaced. Essay Outline Template I. Describe child’s behavior II. Describe why the behavior is challenging III. Use Step 1: Observe and Learn IV. Use Step 2: Respond to your child based on your best understanding of the behavior. V. Use Step 3: Help your older toddler, who is beginning to understand logic and rational thinking, learn from his actions. VI. Describe what is the best way to respond to the challenging b‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ehavior

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T‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍he Essay will need to cover these questions What is the definition of a developmentally appropriate curriculum for toddlers? Why is it important to be culturally sensitive ‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍to the parents’ needs and wishes? What would you do to be culturally sensitive to the parents’ needs and wishes while also providing a Developmentally Appropriate Curric‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ulum?