Cueing and Scripting Motor in CAS

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Choose the one best answer.

Which is not an example of an auditory cue?
Shaping successive approximations is implemented when:
The following is not an example of a pivot phrase:
Children may not retain skills because:
Errorless teaching helps the child to:
A slow, labored pace is best in order to enhance retention of a skill.
Cueing successive approximations is a way to help children to have a closer production of a word until they can master each consonant, vowel and syllable within it.
"more, want, please" are the least effective single words to teach because
Fading cues is important for
An example of a visual cue is:

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Please note that only those participants who follow the instructions correctly and completely will have their course information submitted to the ASHA CE Registry. For questions about the ASHA CE Registry, visit https://www.asha.org/ce/faqs/. Course completion includes: (1) Viewing the full webinar video (2) Passing the associated quiz at 80% or better and (3) Completing the Course Evaluation. Please visit our Webinar FAQ for more information.

 

Choose the one best answer.

Which is not an example of an auditory cue?
Shaping successive approximations is implemented when:
The following is not an example of a pivot phrase:
Children may not retain skills because:
Errorless teaching helps the child to:
A slow, labored pace is best in order to enhance retention of a skill.
Cueing successive approximations is a way to help children to have a closer production of a word until they can master each consonant, vowel and syllable within it.
"more, want, please" are the least effective single words to teach because
Fading cues is important for
An example of a visual cue is:


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