This essay focuses on sister and the babysitter.In disgust, the three girls decide to go to the reading center. Araceli asks Miss Dorothy if she wants to read with them.
nstructions: Read the 3 cases below and answer the questions following the vignettes. Here is how to submit your responses: Vignette 11.1 Miss Dorothy’s Preschool At age 4, Araceli and two other sister and the babysitter girls mostly play in the kitchen center. After putting on hats and copious bracelets and necklaces, each grabs a doll. Araceli: You’re the sister. I’m the mother. Girl: I’m the older sister and the babysitter. Araceli: Okay then, pretend I have a beautiful dress on and that I’m going shopping with my friends, and then I will make you dinner when I come home.
Boy 1: He is the father. I am the cooker. What do you want to eat? Girl: Pizza. Boy 2: Now I’m going to work and I’m a cooker. (To the girls) You have to go home with the kids. Boy 1: I’m the policeman at the restaurant. Few of the boys venture into the kitchen area during free choice time; they primarily play with cars, blocks, or superhero action figures. However, two sister and the babysitter other boys enter the area, dress Barbies, and then have the Barbies fight each other. Araceli: Boys are not allowed to play with Barbies; only girls. Boy: Yes we can. Araceli: No. Dolls are for girls; especially Barbies.
In disgust, the three girls decide to go to the reading center. Araceli asks Miss Dorothy if she wants to read with them. Miss Dorothy: Honey, I love that book, but I have to clean up the snack table first. Araceli: How ‘bout if I help you, so you won’t miss any of the pictures? Vignette 11.2 Mrs. Herndon’s 8th Grade Language Arts Class As the students enter her classroom, Mrs. Herndon says, “Sit down by a laptop with whoever you want to work with.” Everyone pairs off, and John sits by Bill. Dillon says, “I want to work with Arthur.” Mrs. Herndon says, “Arthur isn’t here today so you can either join sister and the babysitter another group or work by yourself.” Dillon decides to work by himself. Mrs. Herndon passes out worksheets and tells the students, “You are going to look up information about the Holocaust.
You will find all the information on the websites I have given you.” The students find a website and begin filling out their worksheet. Bill and John huddle around the computer. Bill: There’s the sister and the babysitter answer! John: No! That’s not it. Right here. That’s what she wants. Bill: So what are you going to write? Bill leans over to look at John’s paper and copy John’s answer. On every question, John writes the answer down first, and Bill copies it. Meanwhile, Dillon does not work, except when he sees Mrs. Herndon looking at him. Then he says, “I can’t find the date for question 2. He asks for help with every question and does not complete the worksheet before the bell rings. Mrs. Herndon says, “We’ll have to work out a time for you to finish,” as Dillon leaves for his next class.