Then, discuss how you plan to use the terms ethos, pathos, or logos within your critical evaluation essay. Which of these three types of support does your chosen author employ? Choose one specific example of this support, and explain how effective it was in the essay’s argument. Cite this example correctly using MLA style documentation. Please note that this particular section of the discussion forum may be taken directly from your critical evaluation essay due next week. Finally, consider the following. During this section of the course you evaluated an essay. How can this sort of critical evaluation of another author’s work be used in future courses at APUS?In your responses, find a classmate who chose a different argument than yours. Do you agree with your classmate’s discussion? See if you can find a different example of where support is used within that chosen essay (or point out a possible fallacy to your classmate). Continue this conversation over a few days. Also, if you find that your chosen classmate has misunderstood the critical evaluation essay instructions (incorrectly summarizing the essay or giving historical/ biographical information rather than offering a critical examination of the work), please help that student get back on track.Your initial discussion, due Wednesday, should be at least 200 words. It must include MLA citations – both in-text and an end citation. Your two (2) responses should be at least 150 words and are due by Sunday, midnight. This week your two (2) responses may be with one (1) student’s initial post in the class so that you can carry on a discussion related to his or her post.