1. How does changing the point of view of a story change what you know about the characters?
A: The changing of the point of view changes the knowing of the characters, because the first person always uses I, my, me..... so it's kind of like an interview. The third person uses the words he, she, his, her etc. and it's like that person is telling someone about what happens. The last one, omniscient uses he, she, her, his. That person also uses I, my, me, only in quotations.
2. Which point of view do you prefer reading? Why?
A: I prefer reading first person because I like to tell someone about something like I'm the narrator of myself.
3. How did the hyperlinks (the blue text that linked to websites) help you? Were there enough of them? Too many?
A: They hyperlinks helps me learn more about that word and the discription of it. I think there are enough of them. I think if there are to many of them, it will take more longer to load, find, etc.
4. What more did you learn about the people that lived through the Holocaust by doing this assignment?
A: I learned that it is very hard to go to school for a Jewish student that went to a German school. I think they are always getting in a fight, being bullied, and not being treated the same way as other students.