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"All things are difficult before they get easy."

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Deanna Boys

on 9 September 2015

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Transcript of "All things are difficult before they get easy."

"All things are difficult before they get easy."
"Advanced Coding"
Technically "advanced coding," is something I made up to differentiate beginning learners and people who want a challenge.

But the big idea here is: Sometimes coding gets really hard!

What is considered Easy Coding and Hard?
Now we are getting into perceptions here......what I think is hard and what someone else thinks is hard might be different

BUT! We have all had those caregivers who are:
Fast talkers
Mumblers (don't worry we aren't coding those)
People who use complex and compound sentences that are hard to parse
Tricky words or phrases
"Easy" warm up
Tricky Phrases:
"I like that you are calm."

"Good call" or "Good choice."

Child: "Can you name them?"
Parent: "I can name them."
Things are getting harder...
More tricky things-circumstances
"You have" vs "You have"

"I like playing with you when you play gently with the toys."
What if they are not being gentle?
The Final Word
Mixing up all those skills and talking so fast

Sometimes you just gotta get a tally on the page and move on.
Remember those pesky Acknowledgements
Code each Yes or No by itself even if it comes at the beginning of a sentence

Sometimes children do not have the best speech, but if it sounds the same as what the parent says, it can count for a reflection
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