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The purpose of this study is to examine effectiveness of video modelling for teaching daily life skills to children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Multiple probe across subjects design from single subject research model has used as a research method. It has found that video modelling is effective on teaching common life skills to individuals with ASD. It has also demonstrated that these skills become permanent in subjects’ lives and they could generalise these skills at other times with various equipment and in different contexts. Data are collected according to achieve each skill step in cooking fried eggs with garlic sausage and cooking pasta skill analysis. In future researches, teaching different daily life skills by using video modelling could be tested.
Keywords: Autism, cooking fried eggs, cooking pasta, daily life skills, video modelling.
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