# Self Graphing Task Analysis Form

Student Name:
(# of +s/# of steps)
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18
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17
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16
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15
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14
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13
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12
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11
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10
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9
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8
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7
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6
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5
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4
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Date of Session
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Terminal cue
Write your task analysis steps into the form starting at the bottom in line 1.
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Record the prompt level codes in the boxes to the left of the
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= independent, V = verbal, G = gestural, M = model, P = physical
prompt
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Proximity to student during training: to the right of the
, record how close in feet, you were to the student during training (0 = right
beside, 2 feet away, 5 feet away, 10 feet away).
At the end of the training session, count the # of “+s” in the column (# of +s = _____ ).
After data is recorded for the session, count the # of +s in the column for that session. Then given that # of +s, draw a circle around
the box corresponding to that # of +s. (E.g., If student scores 5 +s, draw a circle around the box corresponding to the 5th step for that
training session regardless of how s/he performed on that step.
Repeat the procedure for subsequent training sessions.
Then, as training sessions accrue, connect the circled boxes to graph the # of independently performed steps across the training
sessions.
Source:
National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center (NSTTAC)