P187

Peggy Study, Panel P187 Themes: Clay Play, Object Exploration, Social Interaction w/o Bob Source: (Lawler); date: tbd Title: Text commentary: These clips show Peggy trying to get the “right fit” or correspondence between different kinds of things; Bob is absent from this session. P187A1 Clay Play, 9mb P187A2 Clay Play, 24mb P187A3 Clay Play, 24mb …

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P190

Peggy Study, Panel P190 Themes: Language Development, Object Exploration, Social Interaction: Computer Use Source: (Lawler); date: 9/13/1981 Title: Text commentary: These clips show ??; Why important ?? P190A1 TI-Logo Blocks, 24mb P190A2 TI-Logo Blocks, 19mb P190A3 TI-Logo Blocks, 15mb P190B Lincoln Logs, 28mb P190C1 Std Objects: Cups, 30mb P190C2 Std Objects: Boxes+, 7mb P190D Toy …

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P197

Peggy Study, Panel P197 Themes: Drawings, Symbols, Stories, Piagetian Challenges Source: (Lawler); date: late October, 1981 Title Peggy starts Quarter Sixteen Text commentary: the themes of this video are embodied in the clips; one of my personal favorites.(RWL) P117A Drawings Review, 27mb P117B Letters and Spaces, 10mb P197C Fischer-Price People Play 9mb P117D 1-1 Correspondance, …

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3V1364.1

3V1364.01 The Effect of my New York Job (10/17/81) While we had not yet located a place for our Logo Center, I was reluctant for Peggy to travel into New York. There has been no place for me at the NYAS (no desk, not even a chair to sit on) and I only go there …

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3V1340.1

3V134001 Concrete situation and recalling lyrics from “The Jug of Punch” (9/23/81) Peggy having applesauce. She remarked “Let’s see…I have my spoon and bowl… As I was sitting with my spoon and bowl, I heard a small bird singing in a naval berth [?] and he sang the Jug of Punch.” Gretchen. The original lyric: …

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3V1332.1

3V1332.01 More Singing: “ahem, ahem” (9/15/81) Peggy singing: “Ahem, ahem” something like “My mother’s gone to church…. She told me not to play with you or let you eat my margarine.” the verse goes something like this: ahem, ahem, me mother has gone to church. She told me not to play with you because you’re …

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3V1328.1

3V1328.01 Peggy’s First Day at School (9/11/81) Robby and Miriam both enjoyed the North Guilford Nursery School, so it seemed natural that we should enroll Peggy there too. This first day was a pleasant one — a short family visit. Gretchen, Rob, Miriam, Kate and me all came along. Peg had a good time playing …

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3V1322.1

3V1322.01 Making up Names: frequent activity of uncertain import (9/5/81) Peggy has been making up many names (the context escapes me now, but I imagine those names as applied to her toys), examples are “pooski” and “poo-me-yeh.” I noted this on the chalkboard not because I could make anything of it, but because she did …

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