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Scripted Routines

Scripting a routine is the process of writing down the naturally occurring sequence of a given activity. It identifies the natural and instructional prompts and/or cues provided to the student, and highlights the expected student response. Most importantly, it ensures consistency in a routine and a balanced interaction between the teacher/intervener and the student. A example scripted routine and a blank form for scripting your own routine for your student will be provided. The Scripted Routine form has a section to record the student's performance and document any IEP objectives that are targeted within the routine.

Example of scripted routine form

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