Family photo spot the difference

In other words, what happens is that when you only . It’s a lot of prohibitions, very few affirmations telling you what you did was right. But in a sense, extra talk is full of affirmations; it’s all elaborations on what you just said.

David Boulton: So they’re either intentionally or responsively extending the engagement.

Because a family is a family
When there's love in the air.
Maybe a dozen
Or maybe a pair.
A family is a family
Whether twelve or two.
We could be a family.
Just me and you.

There are seven photos and three differences in each..

David Boulton: But in terms of just the general dexterity with differentiation, that’s volume.

Cartoon vector illustration of a large family with many children, huge family with ten kids.

We understand the stressors that parents face in trying to juggle life, bills, jobs, and of course family.

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Dr. Todd Risley: I think there’s something elegantly focused about this, because we can talk about all the good things about social dancing, and interactive, but really, fundamentally, the human species, the change in our civilization has been around reading.

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David Boulton: What draws me to them is that they’re a national non-governmental organization whose primary interest is language and literacy development in the family environment.

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Dr. Todd Risley: Yes, that’s right. This work is so interesting because so many people are finding it. For example, somebody at Gallaudet was going to be doing her dissertation on children learning sign language, deaf children learning, and putting video cameras on little hats so that they can record what the children — the language input that the children are actually seeing, of deaf children. Then in the spring I’m going to the association of people who are doing cochlear implants. So those are the two sides of the political side of the deaf community.

We expect people to look different

David Boulton: This is another example of that. Here we are looking for some kind of other variation, and it’s the nested cultural-family learning environments that these children are growing in.

Like a fingerprint, each person is unique

David Boulton: Yes. Well, it’s really clear that ninety-five-plus percent (, ) of the variation in human literacy abilities are learned.