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2. Knowledge: The next step is to begin understanding the layout, the services provided, the routes, the landmarks, and appropriate behaviors. To be able to repeat back to the teacher key ideas (differentiating a mall from a department store, defining a mall, being able to say who can help with problems while in a mall, etc.) is the next level of anticipated outcome. Each lesson has a set of outcomes listed. If the student can demonstrate verbal knowledge of these outcomes objects they receive credit.
3. Competence: The final stage is demonstrated competence. If a student can be dropped off at a mall, and be independent there (eating, handling bathroom tasks, shopping, driving the power chair without incident), then the best level of outcome is reached.
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