P143D2 Clip Notes
|Notes: 4:02||by Analyst, 4/25/2014|
|Setting,Props||Cedar Hall, Family Room:|
|Actors,Aims||Peggy and Bob; GPL on camera.|
|Episode A: 0:03 – 1:05||Killer Toys: Rhinoceros as Hippopotamus|
|Episode B: 1:06 – 2:00||
Eating and Drinking Water and Food; Hiding in a Box
Bob: (tossing two beanbags on the floor in front of Peggy, he says: here, Kill a beanbag.
Peg: (with the toy rhinoceros in hand – which she labels a hippopotamus – she smacks the toy rhinoceros onto each of the two beanbags.
Bob: (laughing) they’re dead… Here’s another one, though. (He tosses a 3rd beanbag which lands near Peggy’s knee.) Gotcha… Oops, I missed them.
Peg: (moving the 3rd beanbag in between the other 2, she says: I want to eat some water – at the 1st beanbag – drink some water; drink – at the 2nd beanbag – and then at the 3rd beanbag, she says: eat; he got a water. Eat the food – returning to the 3rd beanbag.
Bob: he does?
Bob: why doesn’t he eat the water?
Peg: (explaining what the beanbags represent in her micro fantasy, touching the rhinoceros to each beanbag in turn, she says of the rightmost beanbag: that’s food – and touching the other beanbags in turn – that’s water, and that’s… Water.
Bob: can she eat the water?
Peg: (no response to Bob’s question; making nonverbal noises, she puts the rhinoceros inside the largest wooden box.)
Bob: (as Peg stuffs the rhinoceros in the wooden box, he asks: can you drink the food?
Peg: (emphatically) no!
Bob: why not?
Peg: she’s got food. (It is unclear whether got should be interpreted not; got makes more sense..)
Peg: (continuing to press the rhinoceros down below the upper edge of the wooden box, she says: she’s hiding somewhere.
Bob: I guess she is.
Peg: she’s hiding in there (pointing at the rhinoceros).
Bob: she’s also peeking, and that’s alright.
Peg: (her attention moves to a different focus)
|Episode C: 2:01 – 3:20||Searching for named Toys: Killer Rabbit|
|Episode D: 3:21 – 4:02||Involving Her Rocking Horse:|
|Specificity of verbs used with specific classes of objects.|
Panel P143, Reading to Peggy, Exploring the Stuff of the Environment, Peggy’s Play Themes