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1 Monday, 9:00 pm – 9:45 pm IB 1409, North Seattle Community College Candice Hoyt, Instructor

2  Overview  A1. Teacher

3 CCE 160 Connecting to Children D3 – Talking Informatively

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5  Assignment  A1 Instructions (PDF) & A1 Form (Word) A1 Instructions (PDF)A1 Form (Word)  Record 50 statements by adult during free play  Classify statements into Word table by these codes: D – Direction: Requires or commands an action T – Tutorial: Question adult knows the answer to Q – Query: Question adult does not know answer to I – Information: Facts/observations to describe, advise S – Social: Social statements ? – Not sure: Classify best guess, or “ ? ” box  Record count and percentage for each category in Word file data table columns  List those that you can’t decide where they go  Bring data to class

6  Time Requirements:  Data collection Anywhere, 1+ children, other adult, during Free Time, long enough for 50 statements  Gather, analyze, summarize  Submission Requirements  Bring data to class  Post Word table and list to “A 1” Drop Box  Post table and list to “A 1” Discussion (not Word)  Respond to others’ posts for extra credit [0.1 point per reply by next Sunday night]

7 In-class activity

8  Demanding  Direction – Statement requires or directly commands an action that the children must do or not do.  Tutorial – A question the adults knows the answer to.  Query – A question the adult does not know the answer to.  Non-demanding  Information – Facts and observation given to describe, advise and enlighten.  Social – Statements said for social reasons. This includes teacher repetitions of what the child just said [and anything that does not fit into the other categories].

9 1.Hello, Mary.  Social 2.Hang up your coat, will you?  Direction  Query 3.Can you move that by yourself?  Query  Tutorial  I love bananas.  Informational  Thank you.  Social  When did you get these shoes?  Query

10  What color are the socks you are wearing?  Tutorial  Query  Who wants a turn?  Query  The clay goes back in the container.  Informational  Direction The tone – the way they are looking at you.  What do we need to remember to wash before we eat?  Tutorial  Push in your chair please.  Direction  Will you get that pen for me?  Query  Direction  Wow!  Social

11  Could be.  Social  Where does your coat go?  Tutorial  Query – parent, etc  I forgot to bring the tape over here.  Informational  Social  Those are slippers.  Informational  Tell him you are sorry.  Directional  Who do you want to go with you?  Query  What is the first letter of your name?  Tutorial  Query

12 A1. Anywhere, 1+ children, other adult, during Free Time, long enough for 50 statements 4/12A1. Teacher Statements A2. Anywhere, 1+ children, 4 days, all the time you work with children or 3 hours, whichever is less; keep track of hours 4/19A2. Demands


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