Post-Test Questions Quiz Please sign up for the course before taking this quiz. Which of the following is the best description of “Imitating Your Child” during RIT?1 Imitating your child after he or she initiates an interaction with you Imitating all of your child’s play, gestures and vocalizations. Imitating your child when he or she is engaged in functional play with a toy or object Timmy and his dad are playing with a train set during RIT. Timmy uses two word phrases to communicate. Which of the following best demonstrates the type of language that Timmy’s dad should use?1 “You are putting the train on the track” “Train” "What color is the train?” “Green train moves Which of the following is the correct sequence to follow prompting for imitation during RIT?1 Model the action with a verbal label, physically prompt, and praise Tell your child, “do this,” model the action, physically prompt, and praise Model the action with a verbal label and physically prompt Model the action with a verbal label, tell your child, “do it,” and praise How often should you imitate your child during RIT?1 Every one to two minutes Only after your child has indicated that he or she enjoys being imitated Only when your child is engaged in an appropriate activity Throughout the interaction, whenever you are not directly prompting for imitation Molly and her dad are playing with colorful nesting cups during RIT. Molly uses gestures and single words to communicate. Which of the following best demonstrates the type of language Molly’s dad should use?1 “We have lots of cups to play with” "Cups. Stacking cups." “Put the red cup in the blue cup” “Isn’t stacking cups fun?” Your child is spinning the wheels on a toy car over and over. You should:1 Spin the wheels on another car in your child’s line of sight Try to get your child to push the car instead by saying, “push the car.” Try to get your child interested in another activity that does not involve spinning Tell your child, “do this,” and show him or her how to put a man in the car Robbie is playing with stickers. His mom wants to use the steps for teaching object imitation. What should Robbie’s mom do next?1 Get Robbie’s attention and say, “sticker on paper.” Get Robbie’s attention, put a sticker on a piece of paper, and tell him, “you do it.” Get Robbie’s attention and model putting a sticker on a piece of paper Get Robbie’s attention, put a sticker on a piece of paper, and say, “sticker on paper.” Martin is playing with a set of plastic rings. His dad wants to use the steps for teaching object imitation. What should Martin’s dad do next?1 Take Martin’s ring away and model an action with it Model an action with a different plastic ring Model an action with a set of building blocks Ask Martin if he wants to play with the blocks How often should you use the prompting sequence from the steps for teaching object imitation during RIT?1 Every one to two minutes Whenever your child picks up a new toy Every five minutes Once your child loses interest in whatever toy he or she is playing with Which of the following toys should you avoid during RIT?1 Blocks Bouncy balls When your child is highly motivated by the item or activity Puzzle Scott is preverbal. He and his mom are playing with a red train during RIT. His mom drives the train down the slide. Which is the best example of a verbal label Scott’s mom should use when prompting for imitation?1 "The red train is driving down the slide” “Look at the train go down” “Red train down” “Down” Nick has limited functional play skills. He usually lines toys up or bangs them together. His mom wants to model an action for imitation. Which of the following actions should she model?1 Crashing a car against a wall. Lining the blocks up Building a block tower and then crashing a car into the blocks Building a house with the blocks. In the middle of the sequence for prompting for imitation, Jake gets up and leaves the current activity. What should his mom do?1 Give up on the prompt, follow Jake to the new activity, and go back to imitating him Follow Jake to the new activity and immediately prompt for imitation with whatever object he is then engaged with Follow Jake to the new activity but bring the initial modeled object and follow through with the prompting sequence Wait for Jake to come back to the initial modeled object and go back to imitating him Sally is playing with tubes. Her mom models the word “tube” and Sally repeats “tube.” What can Sally’s mom do to expand her language.1 Tell Sally, “blue tube.” Tell Sally, “put the tube on your head.” Ask Sally, “What color is the tube?” Wait for sally to say “tube” again. If your child does not spontaneously imitate you after you model an action and use a verbal label three times, what should you do?1 Say, “nice trying” and go back to imitating your child Model a different action with the toy to see if he or she will imitate it instead Physically guide your child to complete the action, but don’t provide praise since he did not imitate spontaneously. Then, go back to imitating your child. Physically prompt for imitation, provide praise, and go back to imitating your child. Which of the following statement(s) are true?1 Children must develop imitation skills before developing verbal language. The development of imitation skills precedes and influences the development of more advanced social-communication skills, such as language. The only role of imitation is to learn about objects in the environment All of the above Johnny is not engaged with any of the toys his mom set out for an RIT session. He has started walking around the room in circles. What should his mom do?1 Switch out the current toys for new ones. Bring Johnny back to the ground and try to engage him with one of the toys. Get up and follow Johnny as he walks around the room, imitating his movements. End the session before he gets too frustrated. Which of the following should you NOT do during RIT?1 Set out toys with multiple pieces Turn off the computer and television Set out activities, such as books, that have one clear function and purpose Wait with anticipation for your child to respond Which of the following statement(s) are true concerning RIT?1 RIT focuses on teaching imitation as part of a social interaction RIT focuses on teaching imitation skills in a highly structured environment The goal of RIT is to teach spontaneous language in play and routine activities A and C When teaching social imitation, which of the following is NOT true:1 Model an action that your child is likely to imitate. Model an action with a different type of toy than what your child is playing with. Get your child’s attention before you model an action. Model an action with a simple verbal marker up to three times with wait time in between.