Authors: Whalon K, Hanline MF
Title: Effects of a Reciprocal Questioning Intervention on the Question Generation and Responding of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Source: Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities 2008 43(3): 367-387
Year: 2008
Research Design: Single Case Design

A multiple baseline design across participants was used to investigate the effects of reciprocal questioning strategy instruction delivered in cooperative pairs on the question generation and responding of children with autism spectrum disorder. Three children with autism spectrum disorder and nine general education peers participated in the study. Following intervention, children with autism increased frequency of question generation and responding using a story map framework. Social validity data indicated children with autism spectrum disorder and their general education peers found the intervention helpful, and parents perceived a change in their child's reading and language skills.

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