P118D2 Clip Notes
|Notes: 4:27||by Analyst, 3/25/2014|
|Setting,Props||Cedar Hall, Family Room:|
|Actors,Aims||Peggy and Bob; GPL on camera.|
0:03 to 0:41
|Ring Tower with Balls and Rings
Note: the scene opens with 3 balls sitting in the hollows of 3 rings on the floor in front of Peggy; she is reaching out and touching them.
Peg: (uninterpretable statement here is clarified by Bob’s question in response; this excited exclamation means in essence: this works, too.)
Bob: what works?
Peg: (tapping the middle sized ball in the hollow of the smallest ring) this one.
Bob: what d’you mean?
Peg: (turning around, apparently looking at the ring tower still in the toy tray) one more.
Peg: (selecting ring A – under the middle size ball – equal ring 1, peg makes a move to put it on the conical shaft of the ring tower; she stops herself. Putting down ring A, she says: not that one… That one. Turning back to the remaining rings on the floor she selects ring B equal ring 0, and dumping the ball out of the hole of the ring takes the ring to put it on the ring tower; here again, she hesitates because ring C equal ring 5 already sits on the ring tower conical shaft. Peg removes ring C from the conical shaft, saying: not that go – as she removes ring 4 –… That (while placing ring 0 on the conical shaft. It drops to the base.
GPL: ha ha! (As Bob also murmurs approval)
peg: (repeating GPL comment) ha ha. (She then restores ring C equal ring 4 to the conical shaft.)
Bob: ha ha, that’s right.
Peg: ha ha.
Bob: (sliding the remaining ring toward peg’s new location) what about this one?
Bob: (holding out the ring to her, he asks: can you put this one on?
Peg: (taking ring D equal ring 1 from Bob’s hand, she puts it directly on the conical shaft.
Bob: is that right?
Peg: yes. (Turning her attention focus to cups at this point.)
0:42 to 2:55
|Balls and Cups|
2:56 to 4:27
Panel P118, Language Development, Object Exploration, Social Interactions