EEC1970 Playlist- Module 05 11 videos

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    Ben Shoots Pool

    Two-year-old Ben and his father invent challenging ways to get a billiard ball into the pool table pocket. Ben uses the cue sticks to channel the ball into the pocket. Ben’s father offers hints now and then. Decide if you agree with the ways that Ben’s uncle makes the game…

    Subjects: balls

    Ages: twos

    Tags: child-parent cause-effect inclines direction closed captions

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    Discussion Starters - a CD (videative)

    The Power of Grounded Debate The eight video clips on this CD make it possible for your students to clarify their values and relate their different theories to a common classroom episode. The video clips compel your students to ground their current understanding in actual behaviors. Communication improves and debates…

    Subjects: assorted materials

    Ages: mixed

    Tags: discussion starters

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    Video Documentation for Parents

    In January ’08, Ethan rolls marbles down a slanted board. He is engrossed in the task. His back is toward the marble ramps. He appears unconcerned with the end result of his actions. Evan puts a handful of marbles down the hole at the top, making the marbles roll back…

    Subjects: marbles

    Ages: threes

    Tags: child-object child-child cause-effect inclines communication

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    Reading an Infant's Expressions

    Certain sounds evoke different emotional reactions from John, a four-month-old infant. Initially, John’s face is open and receptive to his teacher. He holds her gaze and smiles. John responds to the sound of his teacher’s kisses with mixed emotions. His smile fades. John appears unsure about whether to look at…

    Subjects: body

    Ages: infants

    Tags: child-teacher communication gestures mind of other closed captions

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    Stretching the Infant's Reach

    A responsive adult not only helps an infant grasp a desired object, but also entices her to obtain an object just beyond a comfortable reach. A child’s development depends on both the support and the challenge offered by a parent or teacher. Watch how this calm and responsive adult shakes…

    Subjects: rattle

    Ages: infants

    Tags: reciprocity communication child-teacher

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    Helping with Homework (practice)

    Alexis’s mom talks with her child while drawing a special picture for him. Young children form their first relationships and begin to make meaning of the social and physical worlds in their home language. Learning that takes place within the context of the parent-child relationship and supports the child’s ongoing…

    Subjects: body

    Ages: fours

    Tags: dual-language child-parent drawing literacy

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    Milena Builds a Story with Her Mom

    Children, when in the comfortable presence of a loving adult, will allow themselves to go with the flow of spontaneous ideas while telling a story and even explain their story when asked. In this particular episode, Milena’s mom asks Milena to clarify story elements Milena has offered. Milena, who just…

    Subjects: story

    Ages: fours

    Tags: child-parent co-construction story language closed captions

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    Sink or Float Explained

    What does a young child think it means to give a full explanation of a physical event, such as why a golf ball curves as it rolls toward the hole or why a piece of clay sinks in water? At first the child offers the effect as the reason. When…

    Subjects: clay

    Ages: fives

    Tags: science sink float child-parent explanation closed captions communication

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    Father Gives Son Swimming Lesson

    A child’s introduction to a swimming pool can create memories, while also establishing enduring attitudes. The process necessitates forethought and sensitivity. Imagine the perceived immensity of even a small pool to a young child who is anxious about sinking. Watch this video clip of a two-year old child whose father…

    Subjects: water

    Ages: twos

    Tags: child-parent teaching cause-effect directions outdoor play

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    Owen Falls Again

    Owen accidentally falls while pretending to cook playing cards in a pot. The fall surprises him and hurts a little because as he falls he bumps his left forearm on the edge of the coffee table. Owen wants to better understand what has happened, so a few seconds later he…

    Subjects: body

    Ages: twos

    Tags: child-parent pretense spatial relations function closed captions

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    A Hole Problem Solved (videative)

    Block building provides children opportunities to think about potential solutions to interesting and varied problems. In this videative, Ria explores available materials by putting a dowel through a hole in a cube. Soon, however, she encounters a problem: the first dowel that inspired her continued exploration prevents her from inserting…

    Subjects: blocks

    Ages: fives

    Tags: invention obstacle spatial relations child-teacher