Different mediums and the tone of the text | Reading | Khan Academy

How does a text change when it goes from one medium to another, when it changes from a written work to a visual or audio one? That feeling it gives off can change—this might be why you were disappointed by the film adaptation of a favorite book, or why you love the adaptational changes someone made to a book you *didn’t* especially like.

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Attributions:

GREENHOUSE BLUES was illustrated by Cour Billadeau and written by me, David Rheinstrom, as a comics project for the science fiction podcast OUR FAIR CITY.
Cour is great! You can follow their fantastic illustration work by visiting billet-deaux.com

Hands off My Phone! is an excerpt from an audio play that goes alongside a series of reading exercises for Khan Academy's ELA curriculum! To learn more, visit: https://www.khanacademy.org/ela/cc-6th-reading-vocab/x8c8165c7dcd5e900:learn-by-topic-banning-behavior

This play stars:
Lisette Alvarez as Valentina
Jordan Cobb as Jamila
Felipe Escamilla as Principal Rosario, and
David Rheinstrom as Sebastian


Lisette's work can be found all over the internet, but especially on their urban fantasy podcast, KALILA STORMFIRE'S ECONOMICAL MAGICK SERVICES.
Jordan is a writer, director, and actor—her production company, NO SUCH THING AUDIO DRAMA PRODUCTIONS, creates engrossing and terrifying stories for the ear.
Felipe and David work at Khan Academy!


“Cafeteria AMB” licensed under an attribution license from https://freesound.org/people/RorisangKgatle/sounds/366607/
“crazy feet, sensible shoes” by Curlew licensed under a CC 3.0 Attribution-Noncommercial-NoDerivativeWorks license: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Curlew/Live_at_WFMU_on_Storks_show_6221997/Crazy_Feet_Sensible_Shoes

Other sound effects and music from non-copyrighted (Creative Commons Zero license) sources