P122B1 Clip Notes
|Notes: 4:26||by Analyst, 3/25/2014|
|Setting,Props||Cedar Hall, Family Room:|
|Actors,Aims||Peggy and Bob; GPL on camera.|
0:03 to 1:17
|Beanbags, then the Ring Tower:
Bob: that’s pretty impressive peg. Here’s your box. You sit over here. (Tapping the floor) that’s a good place.
Bob: you got a lot of sand on the floor, Peggy.
Peg: me?… (Uncertain: where I got that sand?)
Bob: right here. I just leaned and it. Sand, all over.
Peggy: I do?
GPL: better than sugar.
Peg: (picking up 2 beanbags; to herself: where’s the pink?) Where’s the pink, dad?
Bob: where’s the what, dear?
Peg: the pink.
Bob: the pink? I don’t know.
Peg: where’s the damn pink? … (Can’t ??) See it already. Where’s the damn pink?
Bob: (picking up a beanbag from the toy tray) this is the only other bag you have.
Peg: Yep. (Acccepting the bag from Bob)
Bob: is that the pink one?
Peg: Yep, it’s the pink one.
Bob: yes, it’s G, R, E, E, N – – paisley.
Peg: (from the tray, selecting ring A equal ring 0, she drops it on the conical shaft; selecting ring B from the tray, equal ring 1, she drops that on top of ring 0.) This comes here?
Bob: well, I don’t know. You want to put it there? It’s pretty much up to you.
Peg: (selecting ring C equal ring 6, she puts that on the conical shaft; she attempts to push it down but it does not go. Selecting ring D equal ring 5, she puts that on top of ring 6; ring D now rises above the top of the shaft.) This goes here?
Bob: I don’t know. What do you think? Is a good that way?
Bob: are you sure it doesn’t have a bug?
Peg: (huh? )
Bob: well, I don’t know. what do you think?
Peg: (removing rings from the conical shaft; unclear utterance.) (Try??) These. What these?
Bob: (as peg holds to large rings up to her ears) do you know the names of those?
Peg: Yep. (Setting the rings down on the floor)
Bob: what? (Question not clearly answered; then Peggy turned her attention to setting objects in the holes of rings on the floor.)
1:18 to ~ 4:26
|Rings and Balls, Beanbags|
Panel P122, Language Development, Object Exploration, Social Interactions