P150B5 Clip Notes
|Notes:3:20||by Analyst, 3/8/2014|
|Setting,Props||Cedar Hall, Family Room:|
|Actors,Aims||Peggy and Bob; GPL on camera.|
0:03 to 0:57
|Peggy: (picking up the solved ring tower puzzle) can I play with these?
Bob: if you want to.
Peggy: (inverting the puzzle, trying to get the rings off the conical shaft; she first picks the smallest ring whose interior diameter is a close fit to a knob on the end of the conical shaft, trying to dislodge it, but when that does not suffice, she shakes the entire puzzle vigorously until all the rings fall off. The rings scatter)
Peggy: (setting the ring tower on the floor, on its base, Peggy selects a convenient ring A equal ring 2, places it on the conical shaft and expresses dissatisfaction when it does not go down to the base.)
Bob: You want this one over here? (Proposing she use ring 1)
Peggy: (selecting ring B equal ring 0 from the toy tray) big. That can go way way down. (Selecting ring C equal ring 1, she puts that on the shaft; next selects ring D equal ring 2, adding that on the shaft as well. She selects ring E equal ring five and finds it does not go down far enough; she removes ring 5, selects F equal ring 4 and puts that on the conical shaft, then directly adds ring G equal ring 5 and ring H equal ring 6 to complete solving the puzzle of the ring tower.)
Bob: I think having that extra ring is really confusing. (While Peggy is solving the puzzle)
GPL: but that makes it clear she doesn’t do those by color.
Peggy: (completing the puzzle) add two rings. (An un-interpretable phrase. Peggy shakes the ring tower, scattering the rings around on the floor)
0:58 to 2:00
|Dropping Balls through Rings’ holes|
2:01 to 2:25
|Putting cups on conical shaft of Ring Tower|
2:26 to 2:42
|Beanbags and Counting – an interruptions of Peggy’s activity|
2:43 to 3:20
|Return to putting cups on the Ring Tower Shaft; ended by Bob; discussion of next activity|
Panel P150, Language Development, Object Exploration, Social Interactions