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Aims of the film and its use 3, 1 Isobelle cleans up 20 months 4. 2 Angus feeds dolly 20 months 5, 3 Joanne s tea party 2 5 years 6. 4 The dancing class 3 years 8, 5 Harley gets dinner 4 years 9. 6 Two play mums dads 3 5 4 years 11, 7 Cats dogs 3 5 4 years 13. 8 Gladiators 4 5 5 years 15, 9 The factory office 3 5 4 years 16.
10 Orphans 4 5 5 5 7 years 19, 11 The journey 4 5 5 5 7 years 22. References further reading 23, Aims of the film and its use. Pretend play sometimes also referred to as fantasy symbolic or role play is generally. seen as being especially important for the development of children s thinking Here we. present sequences of children s pretend play from 20 months to 7 years to show its gen. eral development Most theorists and experts agree that pretense is a main element in. much of the play for that age group with extensive links to learning and development. Pretend play involves being a symbol user where one thing stands for another and helps. humans to think beyond the here and now It encourages children to think in abstract. ways and allows them to imagine The ability to imagine allows them to experience and. respond creatively to ideas feelings and relationships. Pretend play starts once the toddler is able to symbolise The play is initially very simple. and usually involves pretending with an object At around three years children begin to. develop pretend games with their peers This stage of pretend play is often referred to. as socio dramatic play and involves simple role play gradually becoming more com. plex and sustained, The dvd sequences showing examples of pretend play are presented in order of age. from 20 months to 7 years, For each sequence we provide. A brief description, A short description of the sequence and it s salient features.
Good for looking at, Examples of, specific aspects and developmental stages of pretend play. associated learning and development, Transcript, A transcript of the language is provided for the sequences where children s language is. a major part of the sequence, Discussion, Suggestions of relevant issues and starting points for discussions related to the sequence. 1 Isobelle cleans up, A brief description, Twins Isobelle and Angus are playing at home looked after by their mum Isobelle has. found some paper tissues She begins carefully cleaning different objects around the. room imitating domestic activity She makes speech like sounds with conversational into. nations as she talks to herself about what s happening The decipherable words she says. are that s good She appears absorbed and happy, Good for looking at.
Solitary play with objects, Early stages of pretend play using simple pretend actions that involve other objects. Language development talks to her self and beginning to use two word. combinations, Fine motor skills cleans objects carefully with tissue. Discussion, Think about the way Isobelle is learning to make sense of the adult world. What is Isobelle learning, How might you extend her learning opportunities following her interests. 2 Angus feeds dolly, A brief description, Angus is at home being looked after by his mum He is sitting on the floor having a snack.
and begins to feed the doll lying next to him He s careful to make sure that the small. bits of food go exactly where the doll s mouth is, Good for looking at. Solitary symbolic play with doll, Early stages of pretend play using simple pretend actions that involve other objects. Fine motor skills delicate pincer grasp to pick up small objects. Hand eye coordination making sure food goes to doll s mouth. Emotional development treats doll as similar to himself needs feeding and caring for. Discussion, Toddler time is a crucial period for the development of play It is the time when play has. the possibility to develop the features which use the rehearsal of roles pretending imag. ining and creating play props This is all part of the symbolic explosion which occurs as. the toddler turns into a talker and a player with symbols Tina Bruce Learning Through. What other kind of objects would encourage symbolic play at this age. Do you think certain toys are for boys and others for girls. How might an adult s views about what each gender should play with affect their learn. 3 Joanne s tea party, A brief description, Joanne is playing at home with her mum She is playing with a tea set sharing a drink. with some of her toy animals She gives a steady stream of conversation about what is. happening Her mum repeats clearly what she is saying and is careful to try and inter. pret correctly She takes care attending to the needs of her animals imagining what. they are wanting Joanne sustains this play for ten minutes. Good for looking at, Early pretend play with an adult.
Social and emotional development takes care attending to the needs of her toy. Three and four word sentences with indistinct pronunciation. Mum repeats clearly what Joanne has said and is careful to interpret correctly. Transcript, Joanne Mum, Nouse mouse, Oh very good a lovely cup of tea. Is that nice, Some for Joanne What about donkey, Does donkey want some. It s nouse dup of tea, That s mouse s tea, Donkey s big tea. Is donkey having some tea, All gone now, Thank you very much. Donkey indistinct dis one, Donkey s going to have some.
Mouse has finished, Joanne Mum, All gone now Thank you. Donkey s indistinct, Donkey s finished, Oh He wants another one. Donkey s nother one, And one for Mummy, It s mummy s tea. And one for mouse, Nouse mouse, There he is, Sink drink tea. Aha donkey s, All gone now, indistinct, Are you going to put these away now.
Discussion, Pretend play provides children not only with the opportunity to begin where they cur. rently are but to use their real and imaginary experiences for language and learning. Moyles 1989, Young children cannot always find the words to express what they are actually capa. ble of exploring through their internal and personal development of language and. thought Moyles 1994, What is this play situation encouraging Joanne to learn. How does Joanne s mum help her language development. 4 The dancing class, A brief description, James is at nursery school in a class of similar age children In addition to the teacher. there are two other adults in the room, James wants to wear a pink dress A girl on work placement tries to discourage him but.
he puts it on any way The teacher encourages him by becoming involved in the dress. ing up game Seeing James do a few dance steps she suggests a dancing session for. the whole group James seems happy and confident throughout as he tries out a differ. ent role The teacher knows that his elder sister is a dancer. Good for looking at, Role play dressing up trying out being a dancer seeing what it feels like to wear a. dress and high heels carrying a bag getting ready looking in the mirror brushing hair. Adult getting involved in the play and extending it by arranging a dance. Physical development dancing body coordination and expression through. Discussion, Children inhabit a social world that is organised to a large degree according to gen. der The expectations and responses of significant adults exert a subtle but powerful. pressure on boys and girls to behave in sex appropriate ways It is likely and perhaps. inevitable that children will explore gender boundaries and identify in socio dramatic. play as they seek to come to terms with who they are as individuals Their play will ren. der valuable information and offer insights to educators who wish to understand childen. better in order to enrich their development and to meet their needs as individuals with. in a social context Hislam 2005, What do you think about the reaction of the two adults in the sequence. How might you have reacted to James in this situation. Why is the home corner equally important for both boys and girls. 5 Harley gets dinner, A brief description, Harley is playing on her own at home She has just finished setting out and sorting a tea. set cutlery and pretend food She talks to herself and pretends to eat the food think. ing hard about which piece of cutlery will be most appropriate for which food item She. practices counting and tries to work out how many babies she needs to solve a prob. lem that she is imagining She handles one of the dolls lovingly and a hat is put to vari. ous uses it becomes a potty a chair for watching television and finally a sunshade. Good for looking at, Solitary play with dolls and tea set.
Mathematical development counting sorting problem solving. Language development talking about what she is doing with a constant narrative. Symbolic use of object using one object to stand for another the hat becomes a. potty a chair and a sun shade, Social and emotional development loving towards her doll but can also behave. unacceptably towards her doll throwing her across the room. Transcript, Have a knife, Another knife, Now I m going to eat it all up. Yummy yummy in my tummy, Spoon for this, Fork for this. Yummy yummy, I need a spoon for this, I can only take one baby in the world. I need 5 babies, I need 5 babies, I bringed some babies.
Come on come on, You two can walk if this baby can walk. Your still crying, Indistinct, Now put your botty in there. Oh that s alright, Oh this is mummy s found my hat. Indistinct, Now put your baby right there, We re not in the sun now. You watching tele, You can see your friends now, Her just messing the place.
Hey stop messing the place, Discussion, Young children of both sexes act out roles often as narratives with great intensity and. seriousness of purpose As they do so they develop language skills try out behaviours. and ways of being girls and boys and become more confident communicators and story. makers Hislam 2005, Discuss what you think Harley is experiencing and learning during her play. Why do you think Harley talks to her self while she is playing. Think of some ideas of how you might join in Harley s game to extend her play and. 6 Mums and dads Playing house, 3 5 4 years, A brief description. Harley 4 and cousin Lauren 3 5 years are playing together in Harley s bedroom The two. girls are playing house, Harley on the right of the screen initially changes role a number of times Firstly she is. daddy being quite assertive with her body language and giving instructions Lauren. as mummy starts the ironing, Then Harley takes on the role of a little girl and changes her voice level She tells Lauren.
to scold her for licking Grandma and Grandad s ice cream Lauren does this but Harley. takes no notice of being told off and continues to eat the ice cream until it s gone. Harley now becomes the baby Again she sets up a situation whereby she can be told. off this time for making a noise, Good for looking at. Socio dramatic play develop make believe game taking on agreed roles. Beginning to step in and out of roles, Language and communication development creative verbal and nonverbal. communication to act out their roles, Knowledge of the world theme for game taken from family life drawing from. previous experiences, Social and emotional development making sense of the adult world trying out. situations, Transcript, Harley Lauren, I m the mummy.
No I m the mam, I m the dadda, I need something to iron. I think you iron this, No I won t iron that, It s a dress This is dirty. Harley Lauren, Tend pretend it s dirty, Will you take Barney s clothes off to cam. era person, No iron this, You gotta say top licking da iye cream. Stop licking that ice cream, it s for grandma and mother.
It s for grandma and mother, Grandad and grandma, Grandad and grandma. Stop eating it, I finished it mummy and you ve got a say. Let s see that, It s powder, This is baby food, Me and Jay eat baby food. I be the little baby, You ve gotta say stop shaking that. Stop shaking that, Will you open that baby, Baby powder.
No it s mam s powder, Yes I open it, Discussion, A child plays with her doll not soley for the role of a protective figure but also like her. own mother as a power figure little girls disciplining their doll families can be a discon. certing experience especially for the mother who recognises her own bossy voice For. the child to adopt a role of power is most valuable to the process of identifying with par. ents and internalizing their standards of behaviour Newson 1979. How does Harley communicate the different roles she takes on. How is the game being used to express the children s feelings. 7 Cats and dogs, 3 5 4 years, A brief description, A little later we see Harley and Lauren make use of a book Mog the Forgetful Cat by. Judth Kerr as a springboard for an imaginative game Harley has chosen the book and. directs the action She cooperates when Lauren says she doesn t want to be the pussy. cat Harley pretends to be the cat and Lauren is the little girl who feeds the cat by pre. tending the talcum powder is milk Lauren extends the make believe in her own way by. attending to some toy dogs Harley scratches a doll on the face and then licks the doll. Good for looking at, Socio dramatic play develop make believe game taking on agreed roles. Pretend play sometimes also referred to as fantasy symbolic or role play is generally seen as being especially important for the development of children s thinking Here we present sequences of children s pretend play from 20 months to 7 years to show its gen eral development Most theorists and experts agree that pretense is a main element in much of the play for that age group with

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