My answers to the Point of View assignment
1. Changing the point of view of a story changes what you know about the characters by giving you more or less information. If it is written in an ominiscent point of view, it gives you all of the information so you do not have to guess or infer anything because it gives you all of the information about the characters and their thoughts. If it is written in a first person point of view, it only gives you certain information about the character, their thoughts, and their experiences with the other characters making you think more and infer. If it is written in a third person limited ominiscent point of view, it only gives you the third person's thought about the main character making you think and infer even more than in a first person point of view.
2. I prefer reading the story in a first person point of view because I like making inferences and I don't like to know everything but I like knowing more about the main character than anyone else.
3. The hyperlinks helped by giving you extra information that you might not have known to help you better understand the story. I think that there were enough hyperlinks because they were on all of the words that I might not have known and enough for anyone that hasn't been studying the Holocaust.
4. learned that children did not start out hating jews but were taught by teachers that sometimes did not believe what they taught.