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The slideshow had to link people playing to people doing, being, belonging and becoming. ...

The slideshow had to link people playing to people doing, being, belonging and becoming.
Slide 1 shows people doing, as they’re actively participating in playing a game of cricket which is a purposeful activity but also they are belonging to the group for the social aspect. Slide 2 was chosen as it represents people belonging because the people in the photo have social interaction, friendship and mutual support. In contrast, Slide 3 shows children playing dress ups which is becoming as becoming represents what you envision in the future. As the photo was taken in 1915, it was the social norm for a woman to grow up and get married. This also shows that there is no time restriction to play, it cross generational. Slide 4 demonstrates 'being' as the children, even though they are playing are doing a quiet, reflective activity. Slide 5 and 6 both represent belonging. Even though they are demonstrated in very different situations, they focus on the social interactions and the bonds formed between the people through a sense of inclusion. Slide 7-9 demonstrates doing though the purpose of learning how to line dance in a series of steps while also strengthening the friendhip. Slide 10 shows being as they are taking time to appreciate their surroundings and each other while appreciating each others company in the group. Slide 11 is like slide 2 it shows people belonging to a social group and appreciating each others company on a social outing . Slide 12 shows a sense of doing as they have created a game with a sense of purpose. Slide 13 shows becoming as the younger child would use the role modelling of the adults as well as belonging through the game. Slide 14, 15 and 17 all show belonging through friendship and inclusion whereas 16 shows being as it a quiet, meditative activity. Slide 18 shows a sense of being in the appreciation for the game but also represents that play is not restricted by culture. Slide 19 represents a sense of belonging. Despite their curcustances they take time to play a game, strengthening friendship and their mutual support for each other. Slide 20 also shows belonging but it in a happy circumstance as they are belonging as a family and creating sibling bonds.

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    • Being occupied through: PLAY Doing, Being, Belonging Becoming
    • References In order of slides:Flickr. (2012). Drouin schoolboys playing cricket, Drouin, Victoria. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/national_library_of_australia_commons/6174 076512/in/photostream/Flickr. (2012). "Spruce Girls" in spruce veneer bathing suits at the beach playing in the surf, probably near Hoquiam, Washington. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/uw_digital_images/4724287135/Flickr. (2012). Reginald hartigan and clarice johnson playing dress-ups in wedding costume, 1915. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/statelibrary queensland/6504267183/in/photostream/Flickr. (2012). Children with jigsaw puzzle of leutze’s painting of “Washington crossing Delaware.” Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/george_eastman _house/3122867563/in/photostream/
    • References ContinuedPersonal unpublished photo. (2008). Tahiti. Unpublished photoPersonal unpublished photo. (2011). Snow play. Unpublished photoPersonal unpublished photo. (2011). Line dance one. Unpublished photoPersonal unpublished photo. (2011). Line dance two. Unpublished photoPersonal unpublished photo. (2011). Line dance three. Unpublished photoFlickr. (2012). Palmers mystery hike no. 2. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/powerhouse_museum/3422786280/in/photo stream/Flickr. (2012). Tommies swimming and sailing a home-made boat whilst at rest. Retreived from http://www.flickr.com/photos/nlscotland/ 4700451794/in/photostream/
    • References ContinuedFlickr. (2012). Slå på ring", folkefjellet. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos /fylkesarkiv/4545523352/in/photostream/Flickr. (2012). Three men playing cards in an alcove. Retrieved from http://www.flickr. com/photos/powerhouse_museum/3284106360/in/photostream/Personal unpublished photo. (2011). Birthday. Unpublished photoPersonal unpublished photo. (2011). Beach. Unpublished photoPersonal unpublished photo. (2011). Camp. Unpublished photoPersonal unpublished photo. (2011). Playground. Unpublished photoFlickr. (2012). Playing go. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/osucommons /4787731147/in/photostream/
    • References ContinuedFlickr. (2012). In the few spare moments when not pounding the boche our gunners settle down to a game of cards. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos /nlscotland/4699939058/in/photostream/Flickr. (2012). Davis children having fun at the beach: Jacksonville beach, Florida. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/floridamemory /4565064089/in/photostream/