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Scott McCloud – Time Frames

Draw connections to the work we have done so far and the examples we have seen.
In this comic book chapter you understand how people read time how each division and frame make a difference in how time is represented for the reader. Each division creates the time and motion in the readers mind. You can also understand how text creates a different time fragment that if it was only the image in the frame. In our gridded project for example each of the images represented a different fragment of time and depending in their organization it could be read faster or slower.

Can you find any connections to Lera Boroditsky’s reading How Does Language Shape Thought.This reading also connects to the reading “ How Language Shapes Thought” because this is a clear example of how language does exactly that because of how we speak we understand the order in which to read the comic book and the time frame in which this actions take place.

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