Peggy Study, Panel P117
Themes: Language Development, Object Knowledge, Social Interactions: People-play, Object Relations, Talk, Music
Source: (Lawler); date: 4/20/1980
Title Peggy Starts Quarter 10
Text commentary: these clips show how important speech has become for Peggy; concavity and interpenetration of objects is in the zone of proximal development
. Irish popular music was important in Boston in those years. Tommy Makem and Liam Clancy were at the height of their popularity. Peggy grew up with their music and we all enjoyed it as part of our lives. “Morning Dew” was a particular favorite of Peggy’s. “Dancing” to such music was another integrative activity.