Presentation on theme: "By Callie Darroch. By a show of hands, who here has to do chores at home? What is your least favorite chore? (Please raise hand) What if we can."— Presentation transcript:
By Callie Darroch
By a show of hands, who here has to do chores at home? What is your least favorite chore? (Please raise hand) What if we can turn boring chores into lots of fun?! I’m going to teach you how to give your dog a bath so you’ll never have to vacuum or do the dishes again!
How frequently you bathe your dog depends on: -how much time the dog spends outdoors -the dog’s age -any existing medical conditions
Shampoo: The shampoo you use should be a veterinarian- approved dog shampoo. DO NOT use human products!
Washcloth or sponge Towels- size depends on size of dog Brush and comb for his or her coat Cotton balls A Warm, draft-free area (no cold air) Bath tub or large bucket (depends on size of dog)
I’m constructing my own knowledge through my own experiences. In order to learn this way, individuals engage socially in talk & activity about shared problems or tasks. Promotes a student’s free exploration within a given framework or structure. I’m telling the students the steps and process of bathing a dog, while also giving room for the students to learn for themselves. (If they choose to take this knowledge with them and apply it.)
Changes in a student’s behavior, such as learning how to properly bathe a dog, are the result of a students response to events such as viewing the instructional video and learning the procedures. A response could be ability to bathe a dog and thus become more self-sufficient with chores, tasks, etc, involving giving a dog a bath. Specifically in household chores, a reinforcer could be paid allowance or some sort of tangible/intangible reward, which will then increase the students response and heighten their personal feelings about accomplishing this activity.