This phase teaches a student to put cards in order without having the opportunity to observe the actual event or describe the pictures in advance. The student is asked to describe the pictures after putting them in order. Stevens explains decisions regarding prompting.
This phase teaches a student to put cards in order without having the opportunity to observe the actual event. The student has to describe the pictures before putting them in order. Lastly, the student is asked why/because questions about the picture.
This phase teaches a student to watch an event and put related cards in order using cards that require making inferences. Then the student will describe the picture. Stevens explains the prompts that can be used.
This phase is designed to teach a student to complete a sequence of objects based on actions performed in front of him immediately prior to the instruction. Stevens explains considerations for running this phase.