Choose the story that you submitted for Writing Assignment 1 (attached).
Re-write the story by first changing the point of view. If your story is written in first person, change it to third person omniscient. If in third person, change to first-person or second person.
Complete the post-write. See below for questions about your writing process.
This assignment requires more than just changing pronouns. Youll need to understand the limitations and advantages of the points of view youre considering. You will need to expand your story as well.
When you change points of view:
– What emotions are revealed or hidden? Once you answer this question, write scenes to reflect what you discover.
– What additional information is required? For example, if your story shifts from first-person to third-person omniscient, you may have to provide additional insights into other characters, or explain more fully characters’ behaviors.
– How might you rethink the role or importance of minor characters?
– Does it make more sense to change the main character?
– Have the story’s possibilities opened up? That is, do you have a larger canvas on which to reveal conflicts and resolutions?
These are just a few questions to get you started. You may have different questions.
** Answer all questions**
1. What is the point of view in your original story?
2. What did you change it to and why?
3. How did changing the point of view help you to see your story differently?
4. Name at least one thing you discovered about a character as a result of changing the storys point of view.
5. What next steps would you take if you were to revise this story to include in your portfolio?
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