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  1. Oct 2015
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    1. Laura finally successfully executed the part of the trick that she initially asked about (“Howdo you get up there?” [2.07]), and Austin acknowledged her success [2.13–2.17]. He offeredher another turn, sitting down in a chair in the corner of the platform [2.19]. After they eachtook a few more turns, Austin gave her some advice about her back truck. Laura acknowledgedhis suggestion, tried it, then asked for some clarification. Austin responded by dropping in anddemonstrating [2.23–2.25].

      These two participants show a nice example of how guided participation can flow seamlessly from intent participation, to apprenticeship, to joint work, and back again in one interaction.