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I ask them to practice these skills outside the classroom and when we meet again, we will discuss when they used it and the results. The four main goals of a FAB are to (1) describe the behavior; (2) predict the times and situations when the behavior will occur; (3) identify the purpose or goal of the behavior; and (4) propose interventions linked to the context and purpose of the behavior (Travnikar, 2001). And, basically, they told me he was fine, but we just had to work on social skills.

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Publisher: Viking Children's Books (1988)

ISBN: 067081492X

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