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Click to edit Master subtitle style Day 2: Theory of Mind Unit 5: Development follows patterns
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Announcements and Review Test Grading Status Paper Reminder! Any questions from last lesson?
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What is theory of mind? Theory of mind = perspective-taking The ability to: Take the perspective of someone else Imagine or understand what other people are thinking Realize that other people also have minds and, therefore, may not think about things the same way I do Over time, children develop the ability
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Sally- Anne Task
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Video clip: Battle of Wits Pay attention to the reasoning and the arguments given. Tell me how each man is using “Theory of Mind”
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Stages of perspective-taking Undifferentiated perspective-taking Age: 3-6 Description: Children recognize that the self and others can have different thoughts and feelings, but they frequently confuse the two. Social-informational perspective-taking Age: 5-9 Description: Children understand that different perspectives may result because people have access to different information. Self-reflective perspective-taking Age: 7-12 Description: Children can " step in another person's shoes" and
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Stages of perspective-taking Third-party perspective-taking Age: 10-15 Description: Children can step outside a two-person
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