Levels of Prompting Infographic- via NoodleNook (1)

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Levels of
Prompting
~From Most to Least Prompting~
Full Physical
Assistance:
Hand-Under-Hand support
to complete a task
Modeling:
Partial Physical
Assistance:
Provide minimal
supported guidance
Show the child what you
want them to do
Direct Verbal:
Tell the child what they
are expected to do or say
Indirect
(Verbal or
Nonverbal)
Tell them something is
expected, but not whatIE: “Now what?” or “What’s
Next” or Use facial
expressions/body language
Independent:
Gesture:
Indicate with a motion (like
pointing) what you want
them to do
Performed on their own
with no cues or prompts!
(This is the goal!)
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Level of Prompting
FA: Full Assistance
PA: Partial Assistance
M: Modeling
DV: Direct Verbal
IV: Indirect Verbal
G: Gesture
I: Independent
Print these as a handy guide to the levels of
prompting as you work in the classroom or take
data.
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