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Agenda Beginning placements (first reactions) Reading response discussion First paper (due 2/15) Break Beginning field logs (describe the placement environment) Assignment for next week
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Taking an ethnographic approach to study the social worlds of childhood… becoming curious… Observing Documenting Meaning-making
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Table 1-1, p. 18 Socialization and Adaptation (Berns, 2007)
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Fig. 1-4, p. 21 (Berns, 2007) Children’s social worlds: Adopting a systems perspective An Ecological Model of Human Development (Bronfenbrenner, 1989)
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Readings for today Children’s talk/ voice (Meri) Hutchby: Children’s talk and social competence Parenting-cultural logic/influence (Grace) Lareau: Chapter 1 Concerted cultivation and the accomplishment of natural growth Teaching style/ influence (Rina) Etheredge: Do you know you have worms on your pearls? Role of participant/observer (Ashely P.) Christensen: Children’s participation in ethnographic research
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Guiding questions (Meri/ Judy) How do we understand children’s culture as viewed through their conversation and your own personal lens? What are the challenges to recording the child’s voice? (Hutchby) (Grace/Kendall)What do we understand about embarking upon an ethnographic approach to study? What do you feel are the benefits and challenges to this type of study? (Lareau) (Rina/Julia)How does the a teacher set her classroom culture and what impact can it have on children? How do you make meaning of or organize the observations you collect? (Etheredge) (Ashley P.) What is the role of a participant/observer in ethnographic research? What will be your role in your setting? (Christensen)
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Children’s Talk and Social Competence* Examines the link between children’s talk and social processes, how they manage participation in social interaction, how talk is an integral aspect of their social competence. Focus on children’s conversational competence and how they display that more or less independently of adults. Distinguishes: Talk within peer group (how children construct and manage participation in the indigenous cultures of childhood) Talk within institutional settings (how children manage participation in various adult-led discourses) *Hutchby
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Children’s Talk and Social Competence Children’s talk in peer group interaction: One approach to analyzing children’s talk is conversational analysis (CA) Allows analysis of how participants in a conversation make sense of one another’s actions and turn taking during a conversation Asks question like : How do members use talk to act out regular scenes in their life? CA can be related to wider set of interests:
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