From: David Scott
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Date: 18 Oct 1996
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"I noticed it because it was interesting to me why the girl would prefer to scribble on a screen and be content with that, when if she had a pen and paper in hend, she would done more than scribbling, I assume."
I think you may be writing about Ana, with whom I was also working that day. Even when I would sit with her and try to talk to her about what she is drawing/would like to draw, as Ayal mentioned, she basically just made a lot of scibbles. But when I later took her into the other room so we could draw with crayons on paper, she made several skillful drawings of houses complete with landscapes!
For more information about my experiences with Ana, please refer to my field note for that day (and respond please!).