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P113

Peggy Study, Panel P113

Themes: Language Development, Object Exploration, Social interactions
Source: (Lawler); date: 3/23/1980

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Text commentary: These clips have grainy video; this may be one of those dark videos brightened during digitizing



P113A “We Play Letters”, 2mb


P113B1 Standard Objects, 16mb


P113B2 Standard Objects, 13mb


P113B3 Standard Objects, 22mb


P113C “Where Mommy?”, 7mb


P113D1 Play Doggies, 22mb


P113D2 Play Doggies, 22mb


P113E Letter Desk, 17mb


P113F Play with Animals, 15mb


P113G Cat in the Hat, 21mb

3V0791.1

3V0791.01 Peggy’s now is when? (3/23/80)

Peggy pointed a phonics dictionary and said, “Mimi’s.” I replied that
yes, I thought it was. Peggy continued, “Mimi’s, // is Peggy’s now.”

3V0791.2

3V0791.02 Book all words (3/21/80)

Sometimes Peggy tries to claim one of my books that I am reading as
hers. Then I tell her, no, it’s my book, and look, there are lots of words
but no pictures. Today, Peggy picked up an adult book, leafed through
it, and remarked, “Book all words.”
Gretchen

3V0791.3

3V0791.03 Amplification, apparently temporal (3/23/80)

“Me want it. Me want it now.”
Gretchen

3V0792.1

3V0792.01 Context appropriate verbal accompaniment: remembered rhyme
(3/24/80)

Sitting with Peggy on my lap, I became aware that she was babbling to
herself. As I listened, I realized she was reciting an appropriate jingle…
something like “Go horsie… go town… take-a Peggy…all fall in.”
Gretchen

3V0794.1

3V0794.01 Birdies (3/26/80)

“Birdie… Saw birdie… in a tree.”
confer 3/30/80 [birdie fall out of tree]
Gretchen

3V0795.1

3V0795.01 Non-standard sentence [me out go side] (3/27/80

As I was going back and forth hauling wood inside —
Peggy said “Me out go side.”
Gretchen

3V0795.2

3V0795.02 Standard sentence [I want baby diapers (paper ones)] (3/27/80)

no further text.
Gretchen

3V0797.1

3V0797.01 Expression of temporal order (3/29/80)

At breakfast (possibly lunch) Peggy posed a specific but unsuccessful
demand, “want juice for cup.” (this cup has a frog sitting on the
bottom; it is revealed when the cup is half emptied.) I brought her the
cup, but it contained milk requested earlier, “Drink the milk, Peggy.”
She responded, “Want juice first, Daddy.”

3V0797.2

3V0797.02 The Scottie in Madeline: [that scurry. that name scurry.] (3/29/80)

Reading again Peggy’s early favorite, we came to a page where a figure
in the background walks a black Scotty. Peggy asked, “Who’s that who, Daddy?”

Confused, I asked, “Who’s what?” She pointed, “That Scurry.
That name Scurry.”