In Phase 3, the student is taught to identify actions in pictures.
In Phase 2, the student is taught to identify the person performing an action.
In Phase 1, (Toby explains the program.) the student is taught to follow one-word action instructions.
In Phase 4, after a few trials, the model is successfully faded.
In Phase 3, the action is now to put the item in the basket.
In Phase 2, the instruction is changed to actions with an object, and then the object is placed in the basket.
After some vital background information about the program in general, phase 1 begins with imitating body actions and counting as prompts to help the student get the correct answer.