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Slide 1 Infant and Child Development Chapter 16-17 Tuesday November 27, 2007
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Slide 2 Announcements Paper #2 due this Friday, Nov 30 th , by noon (turnitin.com) Tips: Don’t forget name and title, page numbers Please no separate title or reference page (paper conservation) 2-4 pages, no longer than 5 pages, 11-12 point font, double space (except for identifiers at the top), 1” margins
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Slide 3 Play Play A pleasurable activity that is engaged in for its own sake; social play is one type of play. Function of Play Play is essential to a young child’s health . Play therapy is used by therapists to allow children to work off frustrations and to provide an opportunity for analyzing children’s conflicts and ways of coping. Children may feel less threatened and be more likely to express their true feelings in the context of play.
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Slide 4 Play Function of Play (continued) Play releases tension, advances cognitive development, and increases exploration. Play also increases affiliation with peers, raising the probability that children will interact and converse with each other. During play, children practice the roles they will assume later in life.
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Slide 5 Play Play Parten (1932): Social complexity of play Unoccupied Uninvolved Solitary Independent, alone Onlooker Watching others Parallel Playing side by side but no interaction, mimicry Associative Exchange and play w/ toy materials, talking, but no common goal such as sharing Cooperative Working to achieve a common goal, shared activity Complexity increases, but is not stage-like.
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Slide 6 Play Games: Activities engaged in for pleasure that include rules and often competition with one or more individuals. Games based on explicit rules Agreed upon ahead of time and consistently followed anyone who changes rules without common consent is “cheating” Satisfaction : Win through competition based on rules
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Play Must keep multiple perspectives in mind Keep rules while trying to win Understand the relation between the thoughts of other players and their own actions “If I move my checker to this square, she’ll double-jump
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