What is Fading?

Fading is the process of subtly reducing prompts over time in order to make the child transition from being prompted to having no need for one. For example, an analyst might start teaching a task by demonstration, then fade to guiding, later to pointing and eventually to a verbal cue.
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What is Task Analysis?

Task Analysis is a process in which tasks are broken down into segments so that the parts can be taught in any sequence. Task analysis allows analysts to focus on those portions of a task that require greater emphasis and aids in developing general cognitive skills.
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