Abc Record

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Tahmina Amin
HDEC 100
Essential Service Worker Skills
Assessment Task 1 (observation #3)
ABC Record
Instructor: Carol Burbee
Date: March 10th, 2016

Student’s Name: Gavin Kyle Date: Feb. 19, 2015
Student’s Age: 3 years 4 months Observer: Tahmina Amin
Location/setting: Discovery Daycare
Focus: emotional and dependant behaviours
Definition of behaviour: unwillingness to share with peers.

|Time |Antecedents |Behaviour |Consequences |
|9:00 |Gavin sits quietly in the corner|Gavin defiantly yells, “no” and |Teacher tells Gavin to apologize|
| |of the room, playing with the |runs away from other student, |and share toys with peers. |
| |toy car. Another kid asks to |with the toy car. | |
| |play. | | |
|10:45 |Gavin sits down and starts to |Gavin swats LEGO out of a peers |Teacher urges Gavin to build a |
| |build a tall tower-like |hand and takes all of it. |structure together with a peer. |
| |structure out of pieces of LEGO.| | |
|1:30 |Gavin go’s to kitchen for snack |Gavin takes the last pudding |Teacher tells Gavin to apologize|
| |time. He starts eating pudding. |from his peer and marches away. |and return the pudding to his |
|…...

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