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Who? 5-year old boy (Friends Nephew)
Where? In the Family Room and the Kitchen
How many family members are present?
(PEER SETTING) 30-minute observation
4:00PM Child sitting on floor in front of TV getting ready to watch Ed, Edd, and Eddy.
4:02PM Lying down on pillow.
4:04PM Asks aunt for banana.
4:06PM Eats banana in kitchen
4:08PM Eating and watching from kitchen.
4:10PM Finishes banana and sits in family room watching cartoon.
4:12PM Sitting and watching TV with little brother.
4:14PM Commercial and brother and him reenacting cartoon.
4:16PM Cartoon is back on and both are still playing rough.
4:18PM Aunt tells them to stop and they don’t. They are still playing rough.
4:20PM Child stops playing rough with younger brother and sit down watching TV.
4:22PM Watching Ed, Edd, and Eddy.
4:24PM Watching Ed, Edd, and Eddy.
4:26PM Laughing and still watching Ed, Edd, and Eddy.
4:28PM Show is over child begins to play with Aunt’s Boxer Dog.
4:30PM Child continues to play with dog (brother joins in later).
Who? 5-year old boy (Friends Nephew)
Where? In the Kitchen
How many family members are present?
(FAMILY INTERACTION) 30-minute observation
2:00PM Kids come over.
2:02PM Child pulled homework out right away and Aunt sits to help.
2:04PM Aunt helps child with reading for reading log.
2:06PM Child practicing reading skills with his reading book.
2:08PM Child finished reading book
2:10PM Child worked on his writing skills. JD writes two sentences every three days.
2:12PM Child is still working on his writing skills.
2:14PM Child is still working on his writing skills, he is almost finished.
2:16PM Child finishes his sentence writing and works on his math homework.
2:18PM Child works on math problems.
2:20PM Child is counting with his fingers.
2:22PM Child is still counting with his fingers on another problem.
2:24PM Child finishes his homework. JD sits on couch and watches Jimmy Neutron.
2:26PM Child watches TV still.
2:28PM TV Show ends and child tries to read his dinosaur book.
2:30PM Child gives up on reading and goes back to watching the next episode on Nicktoons.
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Interview with “JD’s” mother “Barbara”
Barbara didn’t have any prenatal conditions. Barbara craved Tamales and Chinese food most of the time. Barbara said that JD and her older child get their slanted eyes from eating Chinese food and her husband’s eyes. Since she had a C-section with her first born, JD was brought into the world through C-Section.
Analysis Profile for “JD”
1. Birth: October 5,1999