P146A Clip Notes
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|Notes: 6:55||by Analyst, 10/04/2013|
|Setting,Props||Cedar Hall, Family Room: Toys, Legos and Talk|
|Actors,Aims||Peggy and Bob; GPL on camera.|
|Episode A:||Peg: He flyin’ like a birdie. Bob: He’s flying like a birdie. Who’s flying like a birdie? Peg: ?unclear? Bob: (passing FP toy person to her) Can you show me what you mean?
Peg: (moving person onto Lego stack) He’s flying low, he bumps into it, stands up…. He going up, up, up to here.
Bob: What is this part out here? What’s this part out here? What’s this part supposed to be? Peg: (laying the toy down in Lego inverted arch) Like a person, he ?unclear? and fall down. Bob: Like a person? Peg: (sits back) ?unclear? through the night.
Bob: (pushing the wheeled Lego stack toward her). Peg: (pushing the wheeled stack back and forth; the person falls out).
Bob: I don’t understand. It sounded as though you said something like “like unto be for the night.”
Peg: (knocks the Lego stack over) Fell down.
Peg: ?unclear? I like it like that.
Bob: I like it a different way. Can I show you how I like it?
Bob: I like it this way… and I like this one gone… Whoops. I like it this way…. so if the Daddy wants to take a nap, he can sleep right there. Is that good?… or bad?
Peg: ?unclear? Run away…
Bob: Who’s that? (pointing)
Peg: I don’t know.
Bob: Just something you’ve come back with?
Peg: ?unclear?… just a lady. ?unclear?
Bob: There goes that ?unclear? lady.
|Bob: Who’s this? (picking up the striker for the Xylopipes; “walking it in her direction).
Peg: Who’s that?
Bob: You know what this ?unclear?
Bob: You don’t? (let’s it fall on the pipes; resounding noise).
Peg: Who’s that’s a man.
Bob: You think that’s a man? Why’s that a man?
Peg: He married the lady.
Bob: I don’t think so. (lets it fall, again, on the pipes.)
Peg: (seizes the striker and picks up a Lego arch piece, returns both to her structure). ?unclear? …(?wicked old?) lady.
Bob: the witch?
Peg: No! That guy.
Bob: (pointing to the striker0 Do you know how to use that with these things here?
Peg: (she crawls over to pipes with striker; starts and then succeeds at inserting striker into the largest pipe) in here.
Bob: You think so?
Peg: Yah! It’s supposed to be a big city. [interpretation possible, but required here.] (extracting the striker, then re-inserting it in the pipe).. Goes way, way down.
Peg: I like to go Merry-go-round.
|wonderful example of how Peg answers a questions for which she does not have the words or references by specifying a situation we were both in… my keeping her from falling off the merry-go-round.
Peg: I like to go Merry-go-round.
Bob: You do?
Bob: Where do you like to do that?
Peg: Where you hold me. I might fall down.
Bob: Oh, you mean when we were down at the Guilford fair? And you were on the merry-go-round and I held you so you did not fall down?
Bob: That was fun. And I loved it.
3:25 to 4:24
|Bob: You know what I think you do with these (picking up the striker)?
Peg: (putting her hands over her ears)
Bob: I guess you know. You use this to tickle a foot. (does so; then bangs Xylopipes) well OK. You don’t have to play with this. I just brought it out because you were playing with it earlier…. You were using it as a whacker.
Peg: (touching the rubber pad under the pipes). How about this?
Bob: That’s just something to keep it from banging on the floor…. and you can use this (the striker) to hit any of the pipes you want, but you don’t have to.
4:25 to 4:45;
|Peg: Let’s Get More Logos.
Bob: More Logos?… I don’t know where we have any more…. I thought they were called Legos.
Peg: (definitely) Logos.
GPL: There are probably more free floating in the toy chest where I got these.
Bob: Well, why don’t you shut off the camera while we search.
4:45 Lego Motel;to 5:10
|Bob: Well, we sure got a lot of stuff, didn’t we?
Peg: Yep. ?unclear? (She builds vertical structure into which she fits FP people).
Bob: Oh, that’s what they’re for.
GPL: She builds whole motels like that.
Peg: (fitting people in slots; verbalization unclear)
5:11 to 5:51
|Peg: (picking up a toy doll) It’s broken, and you should fix it.
Bob: Well, why don’t you fix it?
Peg: I’m not a big guy yet.
Peg: I’ll grow to be a big guy ?unclear? … he’s up on a horse.
peg: ?unclear? (starts focus on the toy horse and its detail). Eyes, face, head, and tail. (Comparing the detail of the toy doll with the horse; verbalization garbled)
5:52 to 6:31
|Bob: Let’s turn around this way so we can see what you’re saying.
Peg: (This comic interlude shows how incommensurable are our perspectives. As we try to get Peg to sit facing the camera, her perspective is entirely different — one based on being close to or remote from the camera. A second possible alternative: she is focused on being opposite her play companion, Bob [less likely].)
6:32 to 6:55
|Bob: You got all these Legos out. What are you going to do with them?
Peg: Put ’em back
GPL: Put ’em all back, did she say?
Peg: (pushes the Legos into a pile, then powers them in Bob’s direction; she bring into the context a girl doll, bouncing it on the floor)
Bob: Hop a long girl?
Peg: (bringing to the context a rabbit, bouncing it) Run, run, the rabbit runs along.
Panel P146, Order Triumphs.