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Analytic Coding Sport and Toy Items: Baseball Glove (Mind Map, Question and Expanded formats) Analytic coding using conceptual vocabulary from the Basic Conceptual Systems based on the work of Andreas Hansen and Anne Svendsen, adapted by K. Morgan. © 2013.
10. User(s) 4. Number of Parts 5. Color(s) 6. Shape(s) 12. Material 13. Surface Property 3. Living thing Non-Living thing 11. Weight (compared to you) 7. Size (compared to you) © 2013 A. Svendsen, A.Hansen, K. Morgan. 9. Place (of use) 8. Place (to buy) 15. Function/Use 1. What is it? 2. Group 16. Time 17. Position Vertical Horizontal Diagonal 14. Surface Pattern
4. What Number of Parts does this have? 5. What Color(s) does this have? 6. What Shape(s) does this have? 2. What Group does this belong to? 16. When would you use this? (Time) 3. Is this … Living thing Non-Living thing 17. What Position is this in? Vertical Horizontal Diagonal 10. Who would Use this? (User) 12. What Material is this made of? 13. What Surface Properties does this have? 9. Where would this be used? (Place) 7. What Size is this (compared to you)? 8. Where would you buy this? (Place) © 2013 A. Svendsen, A.Hansen, K. Morgan. 11. What Weight does it have? (compared to you)? 14. What Surface Pattern does this have? 1. What is this? (Name) 15. What is this Used for? (Function/Use)
Group Number of Parts Color Shape Position Place (to obtain) Place (to use) Size (compared to) Surface Pattern Direction Function/Use Substance (composition) Substance (properties) User(s) Value Power Living/Not Living Speed Time Change Weight (compared to) Temperature Taste Smell/Odor Sound Surface Property Analytic Coding using words from the Basic Conceptual Systems to describe and analyze items. © 2013 A. Svendsen, A.Hansen, K. Morgan. Baseball glove
Construction and Use Origin (Place of manufacture) Place (to buy) Place (of use) Manufacturing sequence Function/Use User(s) Movement Speed Time (of use) Physical Characteristics Color(s) Shape(s) Number of Parts Size Weight Temperature Material Surface Pattern Surface Properties Living / Non-Living Label Name Group Change Change in value over time: Change in physical characteristics over time: © 2013, K. Morgan.
Baseball batBaseball glove Similarities & Differences Circle the words in which the two items are similar. Draw a line thru the words in which the two items are different.. Name Living/Non-Living Group Number of Parts Color(s) Shape(s) User(s) Size (compared to …) Weight (compared to … ) Material Surface Properties Function/Use Place (used) Time © 2013 A. Hansen, A. Svendsen, K. Morgan.
Similarities & Differences Circle the words in which the two items are similar. Draw a line thru the words in which the two items are different.. Baseball bat Baseball glove © 2013 A. Hansen, A. Svendsen, K. Morgan. Name Living/Non-Living Group Number of Parts Color(s) Shape(s) User(s) Size (compared to …) Weight (compared to … ) Material Surface Properties Function/Use Place (used) Time
Non-Living Sports item Palm, fingers, web Tan Tubular, triangle, round, 4-sided shapes Adults, kids Small in size compared to the bat Light in weight compared to the bat Leather Soft, smooth, bumpy To play with, to catch with At home, at school, at the baseball field Recess, after school, evenings & weekends Non-Living Sports item Bat, handle, knob at the end Blue, yellow, silver, black Straight line, curved line shapes Adults, kids Larger in size compared to the glove Heavy in weight compared to the glove Metal Hard, smooth To play with, to hit with At home, at school, at the baseball field Recess, after school, evenings & weekends Similarities & Differences Circle the words in which the two items are similar. Draw a line thru the words in which the two items are different.. © 2013 A. Hansen, A. Svendsen, K. Morgan. Name Living/Non-Living Group Number of Parts Color(s) Shape(s) User(s) Size (compared to …) Weight (compared to … ) Material Surface Properties Function/Use Place (used) Time Baseball bat Baseball glove
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