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(p. 195) Skill Acquisition, Direct Instruction, and Educational Curricula 

(p. 195) Skill Acquisition, Direct Instruction, and Educational Curricula
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(p. 195) Skill Acquisition, Direct Instruction, and Educational Curricula
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Mary Jane Weiss

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10.1093/med:psych/9780195317046.003.0010
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date: 19 October 2020

This chapter reviews the ways in which skills have been taught historicallyand how rate-building and direct instruction procedures might be incorporatedinto programming for children with autism spectrum disorders(ASDs). It includes skill acquisition by discrete trial instruction, naturalistic instruction, achieving fluency, and direct instruction, along with curricular content and direct instruction, and applied behavior analysis (ABA).

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