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What is TASK ANALYSIS? What does TASK ANALYSIS mean? TASK ANALYSIS meaning & explanation
 
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What is TASK ANALYSIS? What does TASK ANALYSIS mean? TASK ANALYSIS meaning - TASK ANALYSIS definition - TASK ANALYSIS explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Task analysis is the analysis of how a task is accomplished, including a detailed description of both manual and mental activities, task and element durations, task frequency, task allocation, task complexity, environmental conditions, necessary clothing and equipment, and any other unique factors involved in or required for one or more people to perform a given task. Information from a task analysis can then be used for many purposes, such as personnel selection and training, tool or equipment design, procedure design (e.g., design of checklists or decision support systems) and automation. Though distinct, task analysis is related to user analysis. The term "task" is often used interchangeably with activity or process. Task analysis often results in a hierarchical representation of what steps it takes to perform a task for which there is a goal and for which there is some lowest-level "action" or interaction among humans and/or machines: this is known as hierarchical task analysis. Tasks may be identified and defined at multiple levels of abstraction as required to support the purpose of the analysis. A critical task analysis, for example, is an analysis of human performance requirements which, if not accomplished in accordance with system requirements, will likely have adverse effects on cost, system reliability, efficiency, effectiveness, or safety. Task analysis is often performed by human factors and ergonomics professionals. Task analysis may be of manual tasks, such as bricklaying, and be analyzed as time and motion studies using concepts from industrial engineering. Cognitive task analysis is applied to modern work environments such as supervisory control where little physical work occurs, but the tasks are more related to situation assessment, decision making, and response planning and execution. Task analysis is also used in education. It is a model that is applied to classroom tasks to discover which curriculum components are well matched to the capabilities of students with learning disabilities and which task modification might be necessary. It discovers which tasks a person hasn't mastered, and the information processing demands of tasks that are easy or problematic. In behavior modification, it is a breakdown of a complex behavioral sequence into steps. This often serves as the basis for chaining. The results of task analysis are often represented in task models, which clearly indicate the relations among the various tasks, An example notation used to specify task models is ConcurTaskTrees (by Fabio Paterno), which is also supported by tools that are freely available.
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analysis modeling | software engineering |
 
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analysis modeling for function-oriented and object-oriented software Engineering
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Teaching Strategies | Task Analysis | Shaping | Chaining | Prompting | Fading | Educational Hub Shar
 
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Kemp's Model of Instructional Design 03 task analysis
 
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This video explains Kemp's Model of Instructional Design: Element 3 - Task Analysis
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Jack Human Simulation - anthropomorphic databases and task analysis tools
 
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Learn how you can design better manual assembly stations using our human simulation tools. This video shows the range of anthropometric databases and task analysis tools available in Jack http://www.plm.automation.siemens.com/en_us/products/tecnomatix/assembly_planning/jack/
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Task Modeling using CTT's
 
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This video explains how you can do task modeling using a graphical tool called concurrent task trees (CTT's). Using an online pizza ordering platform it quickly describes the different tasks and relationships that can be used. Timestamps: 1. Different tasks: 0:48 2. Disabling relation/tasks: 1:11 3. Enabling relation/tasks: 2:13 4. Repeating tasks: 2:43 5. Enabling with information passing relation/tasks: 2:56 6. Choice relationship: 4:38 7. Optional tasks: 4:56 8. Concurrent relation/tasks: 5:30 9. Concurrent communicating relation/tasks: 5:49 10. Parallel relation/tasks: 6:22 11. Suspend-resume relation: 7:38 12. Task independence: 8:23 Links: W3 Concur Task Trees: https://www.w3.org/2012/02/ctt/ ConcurTaskTrees Environment (modelling software): http://hiis.isti.cnr.it/lab/research/CTTE/home
Task Analysis
 
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In this unit we will look at ways of modelling tasks. There are different types of task model. All of the techniques concern goal-oriented things that people do but some focus on the actions carried out to achieve a goal; some on the knowledge required to carry out a task; and, others on the relationships between the objects involved in the task. This unit will review three major types of model (Hierarchical Task Analysis, Knowledge Based Analysis and Entity Relationship modelling). You will see how they are employed in systems development. We will focus on HTA and you will learn how to produce this sort of analysis and how the results can be used. (Chapter 8)
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Task Analysis video
 
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educational, breaking down the strategues to defining key stages to a business
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Setting Table Video Model Task Analysis
 
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Video model of how to set the table
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Task Analysis: A Planning Tool to Manage Rigor
 
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A short description of task analysis, an essential tool in differentiating instruction to ensure that all students engage in rigorous learning experiences.
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Hierararchical_Task_Analysis_Part2.wmv
 
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This is part 2 of 2. Please watch part 1 first. at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vC_6Mcqzjkc www.abrisk.co.uk
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Task Analysis Submission
 
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Created by Rory Kelly and Eoin White. Task Analysis video for Leonard O'Sullivan's Ergonomics assignment.
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Cognitive Task Analysis
 
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Recorded with https://screencast-o-matic.com
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Task analysis for students with autism
 
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Take a look at "task analysis" for children with autism with "chaining" as the teaching technique. All teachers can benefit from learning this technique. Early in the video I meant to say "hand washing" not "hand writing" You get my drift. :-)
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Sip Sense User Task Analysis - Think Aloud Protocol
 
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Louis thinks aloud while using the "Bartender's Choice" application. He was instructed simply to, "explore the app to find a drink that you think you would enjoy."
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HCI GOMS
 
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This video is an introduction to HCI GOMS
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Kelli Russell Task Analysis Video Model
 
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For Ball State University SPCE 638 Course - Section 802
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A Task Analysis
 
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A Task Analysis
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Task Analysis Toothbrushing
 
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SPCED 638
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NLP: Understanding the N-gram language models
 
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Hi, everyone. You are very welcome to week two of our NLP course. And this week is about very core NLP tasks. So we are going to speak about language models first, and then about some models that work with sequences of words, for example, part-of-speech tagging or named-entity recognition. All those tasks are building blocks for NLP applications. And they're very, very useful. So first thing's first. Let's start with language models. Imagine you see some beginning of a sentence, like This is the. How would you continue it? Probably, as a human,you know that This is how sounds nice, or This is did sounds not nice. You have some intuition. So how do you know this? Well, you have written books. You have seen some texts. So that's obvious for you. Can I build similar intuition for computers? Well, we can try. So we can try to estimate probabilities of the next words, given the previous words. But to do this, first of all,we need some data. So let us get some toy corpus. This is a nice toy corpus about the house that Jack built. And let us try to use it to estimate the probability of house, given This is the. So there are four interesting fragments here. And only one of them is exactly what we need. This is the house. So it means that the probability will be one 1 of 4. By c here, I denote the count. So this the count of This is the house,or any other pieces of text. And these pieces of text are n-grams. n-gram is a sequence of n words. So we can speak about 4-grams here. We can also speak about unigrams, bigrams, trigrams, etc. And we can try to choose the best n,and we will speak about it later. But for now, what about bigrams? Can you imagine what happens for bigrams, for example, how to estimate probability of Jack,given built? Okay, so we can count all different bigrams here, like that Jack, that lay, etc., and say that only four of them are that Jack. It means that the probability should be 4 divided by 10. So what's next? We can count some probabilities. We can estimate them from data. Well, why do we need this? How can we use this? Actually, we need this everywhere. So to begin with,let's discuss this Smart Reply technology. This is a technology by Google. You can get some email, and it tries to suggest some automatic reply. So for example, it can suggest that you should say thank you. How does this happen? Well, this is some text generation, right? This is some language model. And we will speak about this later,in many, many details, during week four. So also, there are some other applications, like machine translation or speech recognition. In all of these applications, you try to generate some text from some other data. It means that you want to evaluate probabilities of text, probabilities of long sequences. Like here, can we evaluate the probability of This is the house, or the probability of a long,long sequence of 100 words? Well, it can be complicated because maybe the whole sequence never occurs in the data. So we can count something, but we need somehow to deal with small pieces of this sequence, right? So let's do some math to understand how to deal with small pieces of this sequence. So here, this is our sequence of keywords. And we would like to estimate this probability. And we can apply chain rule,which means that we take the probability of the first word, and then condition the next word on this word, and so on. So that's already better. But what about this last term here? It's still kind of complicated because the prefix, the condition, there is too long. So can we get rid of it? Yes, we can. So actually, Markov assumption says you shouldn't care about all the history. You should just forget it. You should just take the last n terms and condition on them, or to be correct, last n-1 terms. So this is where they introduce assumption, because not everything in the text is connected. And this is definitely very helpful for us because now we have some chance to estimate these probabilities. So here, what happens for n = 2, for bigram model? You can recognize that we already know how to estimate all those small probabilities in the right-hand side,which means we can solve our task. So for a toy corpus again,we can estimate the probabilities. And that's what we get. Is it clear for now? I hope it is. But I want you to think about if everything is nice here. Are we done?
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What Techniques Do Business Analysts Use?
 
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This KnowledgeKnugget™ (KK) is part of an eCourse "Business Analysis Defined". VIEW COURSE OUTLINE at http://businessanalysisexperts.com/product/video-course-business-analysis-defined/. Also available as Paperback or Kindle eBook at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00K7MM50O/. DESCRIPTION: Although the field of IT Business Analysis offers great career opportunities for those seeking employment, some business analysis skills are essential for any adult in the business world today. For example, the task of defining the requirements for an IT solution is handed to Business Analysts as well as Subject Matter Experts, Developers, System Analysts, Product Owners, Project Managers, Line Managers, or any other business expert. Applying business analysis techniques to define their business needs results in much higher chances for a successful IT project. In this KnowledgeKnugget™ you will learn what business analysis techniques and tools are most commonly used around the world based on surveys of actual business analysts. This KnowledgeKnugget™ answers questions like: 1. What are the primary activities in business analysis? 2. What tools or techniques do they use? To view more IT requirements training, visit the Business Analysis Learning Store at http://businessanalysisexperts.com/business-analysis-training-store/. PARTIAL TRANSCRIPT: Business analysis is the process of studying a business or any other organization to identify business opportunities / problem areas and suggest potential solutions. A wide range of people with various titles, roles and responsibilities actually apply business analysis techniques within an organization. There are three fundamentally different flavors or levels of business analysis: 1. Strategic Business Analysis (aka Enterprise Analysis) (http://businessanalysisexperts.com/strategic-business-analysis/ ) 2. Tactical Business Analysis (http://businessanalysisexperts.com/tactical-business-analysis/) 3. Operational Business Analysis (http://businessanalysisexperts.com/operational-business-analysis/Operational Business Analysis) Strategic Business Analysis is the study of business visions, goals, objectives, and strategies of an organization or an organizational unit to identify the desired future. It encompasses the analysis of existing organizational structure, policies, politics, problems, opportunities, and application architecture to build a business case for change. This analysis employs business analysis techniques such as Variance Analysis, Feasibility Analysis, Force Field Analysis, Decision Analysis, and Key Performance Indicators to support senior management in the decision-making process. The primary outcome of this work is a set of defined, prioritized projects and initiatives that the organization will undertake to create the desired future. If the initiative includes the development of software using an Agile Software Development Methodology (SDM) (http://businessanalysisexperts.com/product/business-analysis-agile-methodologies/), strategic business analysis techniques identify themes and/or epics, and initiate a product backlog. Tactical Business Analysis is at the project or initiative level to flush out the details of the proposed solution and to ensure that it meets the needs of the business community. Commonly used business analysis techniques at this level include Stakeholder Identification (http://businessanalysisexperts.com/product/how-to-identify-stakeholders-it-projects/), Interviewing (http://businessanalysisexperts.com/product/requirements-elicitation-gathering-business-stakeholder-it-requirements/), Facilitation (http://businessanalysisexperts.com/product/how-to-facilitate-requirements-gathering-workshops/), Baselining, Coverage Matrices, MoSCoW Analysis (http://businessanalysisexperts.com/product/requirements-prioritization-two-simple-techniques/), Benchmarking, Business Rules Analysis, Change Management, Process and Data Modeling (http://businessanalysisexperts.com/product/business-data-modeling-informational-requirements/), and Functional Decomposition (http://businessanalysisexperts.com/product/video-course-exposing-functional-and-non-functional-requirements/). In an Agile environment, Tactical Business Analysis adds to the Product Backlog and/or Release Plans expressed in Themes, Business Epics, Architecture Epics, User Stories (http://businessanalysisexperts.com/product/video-course-writing-user-stories/), and User Story Epics. In a traditional setting, the primary outcome of Tactical Business Analysis is a set of textual and/or modeled Business and Stakeholder Requirements (http://businessanalysisexperts.com/product/video-course-writing-requirements/). ..........
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Task Analysis: Washing Hands
 
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Washing hands
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SPCE 638 - Task Analysis: toothbrushing
 
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Task analysis video modeling for toothbrushing
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Task analysis for how to fold a towel
 
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Modeling first then, verbal prompts with some physical hand over hand prompts
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SPCE 638 NB Task Analysis
 
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Task Analysis on Brushing Teeth
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Knowledge clip - Concurrent Task Trees
 
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I’ve chosen to aboard the following subject in this knowledge clip: Concurrent Task Trees. I introduce the concept of task analysis and then I explain how we can model them using concurrent task trees. I go trough the different task categories, then I explain how the idea of hierarchical decomposition is applied to CTT’s. After this, I go trough all the different temporal relationships and each time I try to give the most suitable example to make the explanations clearer. Finally, there is a little examination, which is, of course, optional. If you have more question you can send me an e-mail: [email protected] This knowledge clip was made for the course "Conceptual Modeling & Design Methods" from the VUB. This course is given by Olga De Troyer Video recorded by Waffle Street Records with TMB The Beatmaker: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCayIpoUQFrPfjC5VxpFFPoA
Editing a Google Drawing for CCSS Modeling and Data Analysis Task
 
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Video used to support CTAP Common Core State Standards Technology Integration Instructional Modules.
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July 8, 2018
 
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Task Analysis Video Modeling
Task Analysis Demonstration
 
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Demonstration of using a home table saw for cross cutting wood using a table saw.
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How To Wash Your Hands - Point Of View Video Modeling
 
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--------------------------------------------------------- Teaching Strategies: Provide verbal prompts only if necessary. A detailed task analysis of verbal prompts for teaching use is provided in the description of this video. To decrease prompt dependency utilize the least to most prompting hierarchy and pause on certain steps if extra time is needed for preparation. Enjoy! ---------------------------------------------------------- Verbal Prompt Task Analysis: Step 1: Roll up Sleeves Step 2: Turn on Faucet Step 3: Pump one pump of soap onto palm Step 4: Wet hands and massage soap into both palms for 5 strokes each Step 5: Massage top of left hand with soapy right hand for 5 strokes Step 6: Massage top of right hand with soapy left hand for 5 strokes Step 7: Rinse hands under water until no more soap is seen on skin Step 8: Turn off faucet Step 9: Grab paper towel Step 10: Completely dry hands Step 11: Throw out used paper towel All done!
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Video Modeling of Tooth brushing -  ABA
 
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Task Analysis of tooth brushing / Video Modeling
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Video Modeling: Washing Dishes
 
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For SPCE 683, Section 801 Spring 2017 This is based off the task analysis written by the BCBA for this client.
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Task Analysis Video
 
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This is a task analysis for tying your shoes. This is a great tool to use for children with ASD.
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How To Brush Your Teeth - Point of View Video Modeling
 
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--------------------------------------------------------- Teaching Strategies: Provide verbal prompts only if necessary. A detailed task analysis of verbal prompts for teaching use is provided in the description of this video. To decrease prompt dependency utilize the least to most prompting hierarchy and pause on certain steps if extra time is needed for preparation. Enjoy! ---------------------------------------------------------- Verbal Prompt Task Analysis: Step 1: Retrieve toothbrush and toothpaste from stored location Step 2: Turn on Faucet Step 3: Wet toothbrush under faucet Step 4: Apply a pea sized amount of toothpaste to toothbrush Step 5: Brush top right teeth (5s) Step 6: Brush bottom right teeth (5s) Step 7: Brush top left teeth (5s) Step 8: Brush bottom left teeth (5s) Step 9: Brush top middle teeth (5s) Step 10: Brush bottom middle teeth (5s) Step 11: Spit out toothpaste from mouth into sink Step 12: Rinse toothbrush with water Step 13: Put toothbrush down Step 14: Fill cup with water Step 15: Take a sip of water and swish around mouth for 5 seconds Step 16: Spit water into sink Step 17: Put away toothbrush and toothpaste ----------------------------------------------------------- For any questions or business inquiries please reach out to us!
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Task Analysis Video Project - Greeting People
 
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For my EDSP 473 class, we were to create a Task Analysis Video based off of a mock IEP. My friend and I chose an IEP about a girl who needs to learn the proper way to greet people. I hope you enjoy our video!
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LiquidApps | Tutorial | Create a Task Model
 
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liquidapps.harmonia.com -- Use task modeling to plan a user interface; link tasks to UI widgets and requirements
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Task analysis video
 
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Video modeling for washing hands
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modelling task
 
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child model
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How To Tie Your Shoes - Point Of View Video Modeling
 
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--------------------------------------------------------- Teaching Strategies: Provide verbal prompts only if necessary. A detailed task analysis of verbal prompts for teaching use is provided in the description of this video. To decrease prompt dependency utilize the least to most prompting hierarchy and pause on certain steps if extra time is needed for preparation. Enjoy! ---------------------------------------------------------- Preparation: Put Blue tape on left lace Put Red tape on right lace Verbal Prompt Task Analysis: Step 1: Grab Red lace with right hand Step 2: Grab blue lace with left hand Step 3: Make an X with the blue lace on the top Step 4: Tuck the blue lace over and under through the gap Step 5: Grab the blue lace with right hand Step 6: Grab red lace with left hand Step 7: Pull tight to the base of the laces Step 8: Grab the middle of the blue lace with right hand and fold it into a bunny ear Step 9: Grab the middle of the red lace and wrap it around the blue bunny ear counter-clockwise Step 10: Pull the red lace loop through the hole Step 11: Find both loops and pull tight Great Job!!
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Task analysis put on jacket
 
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Ravelle puts on a jacket
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Brushing Teeth Task Analysis
 
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Task analysis for brushing teeth- ball state SPCE 638
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Task Analysis Project-Clearing off the table
 
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SPED 5371 Applied Behavior Analysis-Lamar University
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