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EDEC 250 Fall 2010 Interactions with Children Chapter Five Scaffolding Play Through the learning environment Room arrangement Materials and equipment Daily Schedule Through teacher interaction How much What kind How long INDIRECT Setting the Stage Physical space Accessories Daily Schedule Curriculum extensions Guided Play Artist apprentice Peacemaker Guardian of the gate Parallel player Spectator Matchmaker Story player Play Tutor DIRECT
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EDEC 250 Fall 2010 Guided Play Strategies to support exploration, dramatic play, and constructive play Will the interaction benefit or interfere with the play? Artist Apprentice – supporting play by providing props or materials, clearing space, or protecting the play area from interference Peacemaker – help solve conflicts by providing props, suggesting alternative roles, clarifying motives Guardian of the Gate – helping less skilled children gain entrance to the play by
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Unformatted text preview: providing props, suggesting alternative roles, explaining motives. Parallel Player – playing next to, but not with the child, imitating behaviors and introducing new ones Spectator – comment from outside the play to encourage or extend Participant – joining the play in an appropriate minor role, to encourage or extend play Matchmaker – purposefully pairing children Storyplayer – children dictate a story that they will act out later, without using props Play tutor – teachers models and does direct teaching of play skills Using strategies Begin with the least intrusive approach; try new strategies down the continuum judiciously. Judge timing carefully, after sufficient observation. Enter and leave without disrupting the play...
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