You can then develop a plan that fits

You can then develop a plan that fits. The first step in creating a classroom behavior trap is to decide what kind of academic or social skills you are after. Many students with special learning needs, have numerous skill deficits, and any single behavior trap is not likely to change them all
Once the target skills have been identified, the teacher is ready to find some good bait.
An activity is likely to be effective as bait to the degree that a student engages in or expresses interest in it, spends time on it, and relates to it in a variety of ways.
Don’t overwork your trap. To ensure success, be pleased with small prey at first, gradually expecting more as you discover the capability of your trap. It is very important to start small. Introduce skills with which the student has experienced some success previously, and then slowly build on those skills.
Finally, give the trap a rest periodically. traps left out in the elements eventually corrode and must be discarded. Do not wait until the student loses her/his enthusiasm before bringing the trap inside, away from the elements. By keeping a student away from his or her obsession every now and then, the teacher creates a little deprivation that will help keep the trap in good working order