The following clip is example of listener responding (receptive). The teacher instructs the student, "Clap your hands" and the student claps her hands. The teacher says, "Head" and the student touches her hand to the top of her head. The teacher says, "Get your pencil", and the students gets up out of her chair and returns to the table with a pencil, then sits back down. The teacher says, "Touch the cup" and the student touches the top of the blue cup on the table in front of her. The teachers says, "Touch the car" and the student touches the toy car on the table. The teacher moves some objects to the side and lays out cards on the table in front of the student. The teacher then says, "Give me the cat". The student picks up the card of the cat and hands it to the teacher. The teacher then instructs, "Give me the bed" and the student hand the teacher the card showing the bed. The teacher then removes the cards from the table and says, "Wipe your hands" and the student picks up a napkin from the table and wipes her hands then returns the napkin to the table. The teacher lays another set of cards on the table and says, "Give me the bubbles and the dog". The student hands the teacher the cards that show the bubbles and the dog. The teacher again clears the cards from the table and says, "Touch your nose and then put your arms out" and the student touches her nose and puts her arms straight out. The teacher lays several red blocks and one yellow block in front the student and instructs her, "Make a train". The student uses the blocks to make a train.