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I don’t know how to handle this English question and need guidance.Part 1: AssignmentExercise A: POV SwitchChoose a paragraph from your first draft and experiment with a different POV. If your story is written in first-person or third-person, limited POV, rewrite the paragraph from a more objective POV. If the story is written from an objective POV, choose the character you care about most and rewrite it from his or her perspective (first-person or close third-person POV). Alternatively, give second-person POV a try.Remember that switching the point of view is not just an exercise in pronoun replacement; don’t simply change your “I” to a “he” and think the POV has changed! A new POV changes the entire perspective of the story, so different details will surface in the story from this new perspective. Even if you wind up sticking with the original POV, you will gain new insight and a new angle into the lives of your characters. As writers, it is impossible for us to know too much about our characters.Please include both the original and the new paragraph in the posting window.Exercise B: Audio/Visual ReadingFor this exercise, you will submit an audio or video recording of yourself reading a scene from your story. Your reading performance should be two to three minutes in length.Choose a scene that you are proud of, and practice your reading several times prior to posting it. Use this opportunity to appreciate your writing efforts thus far, to ponder the overall themes that compelled you to write this piece, and to consider the most appropriate POV.Record your work in the Discussion topic for this Assignment using the audio/video recorder. When you are ready to record your reading, press the Record button under the posting window. If you have technical problems, please contact the Help Desk.Part 2: Peer ResponseNote: Please respond in the order in which work is posted (i.e., respond to the earliest posted piece that has yet to receive a response from someone else).Exercise A: Respond to a peer’s work by writing their original paragraph from a different POV (choose a different POV from the original and re-write).Exercise B: Respond to a peer’s work by recording yourself reading a different scene from their story. (Find their first draft in the Module 5 submission topic.)”This week, we’re going to do a different exercise from the two listed above. Let’s call it Exercise C: Antagonist’s POV. For this exercise, I’d like you to rewrite a scene (approximately 250 words) of your first story draft from the perspective of your story’s antagonist.You’ll remember from the module lecture that the story’s antagonist is “a person who is opposed to, struggles against, or competes with another; opponent; the adversary of the hero or protagonist of a literary work.” If you aren’t sure which character is your antagonist, guess. Writing exercises are just practice, after all. (If you definitely don’t have an antagonist in your story, then rewrite your story from any other character’s POV.)You can choose if you’d like the POV for this exercise to be first person, with your antagonist narrating the story, or third person limited, following the antagonist through the story, privy to their thoughts, observations, and feelings. You can even attempt it from second person POV, or an omniscient POV. Experiment!Please post and label both a selection from your original story and your “Antagonist’s POV” exercise so that we can see the difference. Paste your exercise directly into the discussion; no attachments.The main thing to remember is that switching the point of view is not just an exercise in pronoun replacement; don’t simply change your “I” to a “they” and think the POV has changed! A new POV changes the entire perspective of the story, so different details will surface in the story from this new perspective. Even if you wind up sticking with the original POV, you will gain new insight and a new angle into the lives of your characters. As writers, it is impossible for us to know too much about our characters.Peer response: Follow the peer response instructions for Exercise A.”
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