Read McHayle, D. “The Canadian Climate”.
How is this essay organized? Is the essay effective in terms of this pattern?
Compare and contrast the patterns of organization with the essay “Shopping Around”.
Which of the two essays is most effective in engaging readers and providing substantiation for the thesis?
Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of researching and writing comparative essays.
ncidental Teaching Methods Incidental teaching is the most common among speech and verbal words and phrases. It is proven to help a child engage with toys, respond in social settings, social tolerance of peers, and imitation of peers (McGee et al., 1999). Hart and Risley (1975) discussed that children were able to develop compound sentences on their own based on the teaching procedures of incidental teaching. Incidental teaching encourages the use of conversational language because of the use in generalized settings with different people (McGee & Daly, 2007). It is evident how successful incidental teaching is in the realm of functional language interactions. However, McGee, Krantz, and McClannahan (1986) completed an extension of incidental teaching procedures of Hart and Risley (1975) to teach reading instruction for autistic children. The study consisted of two autistic children, one who was five years old, and another who was thirteen years old (McGee et al., 1986). The study used visual discriminations of printed stimuli in response to auditory cues within the activity and the measurements were based on maintenance of sight-word reading skills, generalizations of visual discriminations to a reading understanding task, and a transfer of stimulus materials and response modes (McGee et al., 1986). There was a three level prompt system with a stimulus fading strategy where the teacher presented the word card(s) between the child and the item, after the child made a>GET ANSWER