English 101 prompt for paper 3: evaluating online teaching tools on

 English 101 Prompt for Paper 3: Evaluating Online Teaching Tools on Dostoyevsky Type a minimum 3.5edusson.compage essay in MLA format (not counting the Works Cited page), in which you evaluate two Youtube video introductions to Dostoyevsky, out of the three videos linked below. You could pick the two you find to be the strongest, or the strongest and the weakest, or two with contrasting styles. It is up to you.     You could explore some of the following (overlapping) questions:  • Notes from Underground: Thug Notes, foregrounds the personality and perspective of the presenter. In contrast, Literature: Fyodor Dostoyevsky, foregrounds the material and employs a more neutral, faceless narrator. Is it more effective to have an intrusive or unedusson.comintrusive presenter? • Do the presentations use elements of style such as alliteration, assonance, metaphors, interesting vocabulary, complex sentences, etc. to engage the audience? How do the videos use ethos, logos, and pathos? • Which video has the strongest sense of audience? Do they appeal to different types of audiences? • Do the Thugs Notes and Literature videos successfully introduce the novella overall? Are they biased? Do they miss any key aspects that you think they should have included? Do they overedusson.comemphasize any minor aspects that you would exclude? • Although The Fifty Deep Thoughts Quotes by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, has no presenter, narrator, or context, is it an effective introduction to Dostoyevsky? We had several exercises over the semester in which we looked at quotations in isolation. What are the advantages of doing this? • How do the videos use music, lighting, staging, etc.? • Which video do you find to be more thoughtedusson.comprovoking, and why?    You may want to include a few quotations from (or summaries and paraphrases of) Notes from the Underground. Please use the text from the Files in Canvas, so you can cite page numbers. You are not required to do any research, but you may if you wish.     Links to the Three Videos  The Fifty Deep Thoughts Quotes by Fyodor Dostoyevskyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDX7kHYoA1g (Links to an external site.) Literature—Fyodor Dostoyevskyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M<word blocked>dxZpseY (Links to an external site.) Notes from Underground: Thug Noteshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rm4lLxNvfAA (Links to an external site.)