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Given at least 3 blocks of contrasting colors from the table and guiding 1 hand to hold the block and the other to pick up the block, Shimon will be able to pick up the biggest block with one hand, 4/5 trials.

There is something wrong with the above behavioral objective. Do you know what it is?

  • Special Education -

    This sounds like he has three hands. How is he guiding 1 hand?

    Also -- "at least 3 blocks" sounds vague. Would Shimon get confused if there were 20 blocks?

  • Special Education -

    Yes so I think the part where Shimon is picking up th biggest block with one hand should be corrected.... do u have any idea how I could possibly change that..

  • Special Education -

    I'm not sure how he's supposed to guide his hand.

  • Special Education -

    Given at least 3 blocks of contrasting colors from the table and guiding 1 hand to hold the block, Shimon will be able to pick up the the block with one hand, 4/5 trials.at about.

    WHat about the above? Wow this is confusing....

  • Special Education -

    ok forgot that part.... i think I got it,.... thanks for your help

  • Special Education -

    You're welcome.

    I'm glad you got it. Writing clear objectives is tough.

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