1. Topic-
Grocery Shopping
2. Content-
Daily Living Skills,Self-Help skills, Communication Skills, Functional Reading Skills.

Grocery Store
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
John will negotiate the grocery store and successfully locate 12 designated items with assistance in 4 out of 5 trials.
4. Objectives-
1.Given a grocery store advertisement, John will create a list(using words or pictures) of 12 food items with 100% accuracy.
2.Given 12 labeled photographs of food items on list and 12 food items, John will match the photograph with the real item with 100% accuracy in 3 consecutive trials.
3.Given a grocery list of 6 food items from the original list, the client will locate all 6 items within a grocery store setting with 100% accuracy in 4/5 trials.
5. Materials and Aids-
Grocery Store Advertisement
Photographs of chosen food items
Chosen food items
Grocery Cart
Social Story
Boardmaker pictures
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1.Instructor will display photographs of various sections of targeted grocery store in order to generate a conversation about grocery shopping with John.(vocabulary,activate prior knowledge)
2.Instructor will show John a video of a familiar person shopping and moving through and around the designated grocery store.
3.John will read a prepared Social Story depicting the steps needed to prepare a grocery list and to navigate the grocery story.
4.John and instructor will discuss video and Social Story.

B. Development-

1.Instructor will present John with 1" Boardmaker pictures of the steps involved in grocery shopping.The pictures will be used to create a velcro visual sequence strip of steps needed in developing a grocery list to shopping for designated items.(food item list,entering grocery store,obtaining a cart,placing food list in seat of cart,identify first item on list,locate aisle,locate item,place in cart,cross of list,continue to next item on list).The picture schedule will be referenced throughout instruction and used during shopping trip.(Picture Schedules are an Evidenced based practice)

2.Instructor will present John with a grocery ad to assist with generating a grocery list of 12 items.Instructor will assist John with choosing 12 desired items either from the ad or not.
2.Instructor and John will create a list of 12 food items using written words, typed words, and/or pictures.
3.The completed copy of food list will be placed on a clipboard with an attached pencil to assist John with being able to carry and utilize the list at the grocery store.

C. Practice-

1.Identifying food items on list; John will be given photographs of the 12 food items on list. The 12 food items will be placed on a table in instructional area. Instructor will model instructions;"match each picture to same food item located on table". John will be instructed to match each photograph to its corresponding food item. Errorless teaching will be used as an instructional strategy as well as positive reinforcement and rehearsal/repetition as needed.
2.John will be given a 5 minute break. Instructor will rearrange food items on table.

D. Independent Practice-

Upon completion of John's break, John will complete the above matching activity 2 more times with fading adult support.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1.One on One instruction.
2.Picture schedule of routine.
3.Use of technology.
4.Adult assistance.

F. Checking for understanding-

1.Using the picture sequenced steps as a reference,the instructor will review with John the the steps involved in creating a grocery list to locating items in a grocery store.
2.Assessment: instructor will remove the velcro pictures from the sequence strip and place them in random order on table in front of John. John will be instructed to place the pictures in the correct sequence on velcro strip.
3.Instructor will document errors.
4.Upon completion, instructor will assist John with making corrections if needed.

G. Closure-

Instructor will verbally and visually review with John the instruction and activities that were presented and completed. Instructor will review with John the overall goal of these activities and how close he is to reaching the goal.

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