Unit 3: Consequence Strategy: “If/When-Then” Statements
ETAP 623 Fall 2020 Home | Kaylee Fallat | Understanding and Applying Basic Behavior Components
- Unit 1: Basic Behavior Components
- Unit 2: Consequence Strategy: 1-2-3 Magic
- Unit 3: Consequence Strategy: “If/When-Then” Statements
- Unit 4: Consequence Strategy: Positive Language
- Participants have access to the Internet.
- Participants have reviewed and completed all content and components of Unit 1 and Unit 2.
- Participants will review, evaluate, and analyze the unit mini-lecture based on their current and background knowledge.
- The participants will read a scenario and be able to describe how they can implement the consequence behavioral strategy, “If/When-Then” Statements.
- Participants will reflect on how they could implement and improve their practices by applying “If/When-Then” Statements as a Basic Behavioral Component.
Please review the texts located here. This text will be apart of your content for Unit 3. While reading the texts please think about how you can implement this model into your classroom or how you have previously in your classroom. After reading these texts please write one or more Padlet discussing one thing you learned from the texts and why it was meaningful to you.
- When-Then Sentences: An Evidence-Based Behavior Strategy 
- “If-Then” Statements Help Novice Teachers Deal with the Unexpected 
Reaction Padlet Link:
- Unit 3 Content Reaction 
Unit 3 Activity: With your class you will practice implementing the Consequence Strategy: “If/When-Then” Statements. Please create your own “If/When-Then” Statement worksheet that you will work with your students to complete. I have provided an example worksheet for you. Please create your own in a google document and email or share it with me.
Example: File:When-then sentence writing example.pdf
Unit Reflective Journal
At the end of the unit, you will complete a reflection journal. In each journal reflection you will be expected to reflect on the questions:
1. What were your challenges throughout the lesson?
2. How can you apply what you learned in this lesson to your life (past, present, or future)?
3. What are you still curious or confused about?
Please write your reflection journal in a Google document and share it with me, the same document will be used throughout the entire course. You may design it however you would like, with the exception that you can clearly visualize a separation between each unit reflection journal.
- Morin, A. (2019). When -then Sentence (written).Understood for All, Inc. https://www.huduser.org/Datasets/IL/IL08/in_fy2008.pdfhttps://assets.ctfassets.net/p0qf7j048i0q/dx5wJgeIWbdi9MVhbuXrF/ef165d9fff30b5572fcfe7ac816b4727/When-Then_Sentences_Understood.pdf
- Tjeerdsma, B. L. (1995). “If-then” statements help novice teachers deal with the unexpected. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, 66(9), 22-24.
- Morin, A. (n.d.). When-Then Sentences: An Evidence-Based Behavior Strategy. Understood For All Inc. https://www.understood.org/en/school-learning/for-educators/teaching-strategies/behavior-strategy-when-then?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI2a_dutvu7AIVgZOzCh1xuAAaEAAYASAAEgL-EPD_BwE