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4-8 Understanding Complex Text and Topics Using Graphic Novels - Shared screen with speaker view
David Miller
06:41
Does anyone else hear that continuous buzzing? Or is something wrong with my computer...
Dr. Anthony Carboni, Psychology
07:04
DocC also hearing it
David Miller
07:50
Well, good to know I'm not hearing things and my laptop isn't on the fritz!
Michelle Gibson
09:37
Andrew with the great voice for Radio
Andrew Macfarlane
12:14
awww thank u
David Miller
18:15
Go Noles!
Earl Larson
19:10
More people want in.
Shari McGriff
20:17
Wow
Earl Larson
20:25
I read it
Earl Larson
20:42
I read it on the subway
Matthew Giddings
20:47
a page turner, it was not.
Earl Larson
20:55
True, it was work
Janderson
21:28
artwork
Earl Larson
21:47
People who can’t read real books
Marcia Sanders
22:29
Many assume they're unsophisticated.
David Miller
23:52
My English 1 class at FSU was comic book/graphic novel based, so the required reading was a bunch of comics and graphic novels, and we'd pick about the stories, characters, archetypes, tones, etc. from the source materials.
Earl Larson
27:00
Heavy Metal
Justin Murphy
27:07
Fritz the Cat
Justin Murphy
27:20
R. Crumb
David Miller
27:48
Didn't Stan Lee "broke" the CCA in the '70s for publishing a story showing drug addiction?
David Miller
27:53
Spider-Man, I think.
Matthew Giddings
27:58
Yup
Shari McGriff
34:54
What’s the name of this book?
David Miller
35:21
We're kind of going back to picture language with emojis!
Matthew Giddings
35:37
Understanding Comics
Shari McGriff
35:43
Thank you!
Justin Murphy
36:50
Manga is huge in Japan, and read by adults. Only in the West is the medium considered strictly for children.
David Miller
38:27
So putting your mind in the gutter is literally reading between the lines.
Eric Biggs
42:49
That is riveting
Angela Sockwell
44:27
The information is in chunks, which easier.
Earl Larson
44:38
I find it distracting
Earl Larson
46:13
Why didn’t anyone show our former president that one?
Earl Larson
47:11
I like this one!
David Miller
47:50
Maybe showing the notion that the US is a "melting pot," so the Preamble has all the panels overlayed and melted together?
Shari McGriff
48:17
If you click on fullscreen
Earl Larson
49:56
This is a good one.
Matthew Giddings
52:35
absolutely one of the best graphic novels ever
Justin Murphy
53:10
Art that actually makes money
Matthew Giddings
54:41
I did the same thing!
David Miller
56:22
"Night" always stuck with me because I was able to mentally envision what was happening to Eli Wiesel through the words and imagery, so I imagine "Maus" would be really moving since there's already visualizations for you, even if they're depicting mice rather than humans.
Michelle Gibson
56:48
Yes David I agree.
David Miller
01:00:51
I stopped watching the show a few seasons ago, but did Kirkland ever finish the graphic novels?
Shari McGriff
01:02:00
Tulsa
Matthew Giddings
01:02:29
Eastman and Laird!
David Miller
01:02:37
Alan Moore HATED the film adaptation of Watchmen, because he didn't think Snyder would be able to get it right. I guess the concept of "low art" depends on your individual tastes.
Janderson
01:03:07
We have a few in PAC library.
Randolph McCullough
01:06:05
Best session of the day, by far!! Thank You
David Miller
01:06:07
I'd buy a copy!
Shari McGriff
01:06:12
That would be a great graphic novel!
Shari McGriff
01:06:17
Thank you, Andrew!!
Matthew Giddings
01:06:18
Thanks!
Angela Sockwell
01:06:23
Thank you Andrew
Justin Murphy
01:06:25
Thansk