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Point of View Answers
1. How does changing the point of view of a story change what you know about the characters? At first when I was reading Issac's point of view, I thought the teacher was really mean, but when I was reading the teacher's point of view, I realized that the teacher wasn't the evil one in the story.
2. Which point of view do you prefer reading? Why? I prefered reading the teacher's Point of View, because it sounded more interesting to me more than any other Point of Views. Also, it included lots of people's point of views, so I thought it had more details.
3. How did the hyperlinks (the blue text that linked to websites) help you? Were there enough of them? Too many? The hyperlinks helped me when I was reading the stories, because there were some words I didn't know. When I clicked on the hyperlinks, they mostly solved my questions.
4. What more did you learn about the people that lived through the Holocaust by doing this assignment? I learned that not all the teachers were against the Jewish people, they were forced to hurt the Jewish kids unless they wanted to be tortured, or getting fired from their jobs.
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