Watch the brief YouTube clip on how to make a tuna sandwich, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvBTmCNtVpE. Now imagine that you have a client that needs to learn how to make a tuna sandwich. Write a learning Journal response which includes the following: (1) Your written step-by-step task analysis for how to make a tuna sandwich. (2) Your response to why simply presenting a client who has a developmental delay with this video would likely not be sufficient instruction.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com June 4, 2020, 4:15 am ad1c9bdddf
(1) Your written step-by-step task analysis for how to make a tuna sandwich.
When someone has a developmental delay, writing out the steps to making a tuna sandwich in a clear and very detailed way can assist the individual with learning the task. Below are the steps to help guide someone with a developmental delay with successfully making a tuna sandwich.
Step 1 - Gather together the ingredients:
• 1 can of tuna
• 1 tablespoon mayo
• 1 teaspoon minced onion
• 2 slices of Lettuce
• 2 slices of Bread
• 2 teaspoons of butter
Step 2 - Mince the onion (cut it into very small pieces)
Step 3 - Open the can of tuna using a ...
A task analysis of sandwich making is provided. The developmental delay is provided.