Friday, 9 September 2016

Litspiration Challenge 1: Me as a Reader

This is my symbol that represents me as a reader and here is my explanation.

The wifi is red because I think that red represents evil and it prevents me from reading. The hour hand is blue because to me blue is represents cold and sometimes I look at a clock and wonder if it even moves. The minute hand is red because I think that is opposite of blue and is fast. The middle is purple because red and blue make purple, so this is my idea of equality. I added a big school and bed because the clock represents my daily schedule and they take up most of the time. 

The lightbulb represents waking up and reading because I always read in a bright area. I made the book green because I like reading fiction and they usually have lots of grass or trees, so green reminds me of that. Finally the book is smallest because I usually don't have the time or need to read and that is why it has it’s own tick on the clock.

Thank you for reading Keegan's Book Blog!

6 comments:

  1. Great picture and explanation. Why is the clock black? Why is the background white?

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    1. Black is the opposite of white and it is another example of equality.

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  2. I liked how you everything in your visual had a meaning and helped develop a sense of who you are as a reader. How does equality of time connect to your reading?

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    1. It shows how I am as a reader. I don't have much time so equality of time is important.

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  3. Cool! Your image clearly allowed me to understand your image, the elements you included I barely even needed to read the paragraph! I'm just wondering, does the direction where the hands have any significance with the lightbulb and the book?

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  4. The red wifi symbol...I agree! The internet often prevents me from reading. How do you combat that?

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