assignment 1 point of view. Assignment 1: Point of ViewByÿWeek 4, Day 3,ÿcomplete and post your assignment to theÿDiscussion Area.By the end of the week, comment on at least two of your classmates? submissions. Remember that your replies should help your classmates expand, clarify, defend, and/or refine their work. You can ask questions and use declarative sentences to express your thoughts. Be sure to be honest, clear, and concise, referring to specific words and passages from your classmates? work. Always use constructive language, and avoid negative language; work toward using a tone and spirit of intellectual curiosity and discovery. Your responses to your peers’ writing should include specifics if you are attempting to make a point.Address the following:ÿSelect one of the stories assigned by your instructor.ÿPost a response of at least 150 words.Identify the point of view used in the narration.ÿDiscuss how this point of view affects your reading and interpretation of the story.ÿHow might a different type of narration (point of view)ÿalter the meaning of the story?ÿProvide at least two specific examples from the text to illustrate and support your argument.ÿGuidelinesPoint of view refers to the perspective from which the story is narrated. Various points of view can be present in literature.ÿPoints of view include:ÿÿÿFirst person:ÿthe story is told from the perspective of the narrator, who is usually the protagonist, using first-person pronouns?I, me, or we.ÿSecond person:ÿthe narrator addresses readers as ?you,? which gives the audience the feeling that they are in or a part of the story.ÿThird person omniscient:ÿthe story is told using third-person pronouns, such as he, she, or they, and the narrator is godlike in his or her ability to see and know everything (omniscient).Third person limited:ÿthe narrator tells the story using third-person pronouns, but the narrator is not all knowing, for his or her knowledge is limited to the perspective of one character.ÿPoint of view has an impact on how we understand the story.ÿFirst-person narrators are often unreliable as they are telling the story from their own subjective perspective.ÿIn fact, a first-person narrator may fail to notice things that a careful reader will identify.ÿSimilarly, a third-person omniscient narrator gives the illusion of complete knowledge or understanding, suggesting to the reader that the story is a realistic account of life.ÿRemember that claims in all parts of the assignment should be substantiated by excerpts from appropriate sources. Use APA rules of style for quotations, paraphrases, and summariesÿas well as in-text citations and references. Quoted material should not exceed 25% of your response.ÿÿUse thisÿAPA Citation Helperÿas a convenient reference for properly citing resources.Post your response in theÿDiscussion Area.