Improvement?

Critically analyzing fictional texts and films is still one of my strengths. Because of this process, I can better pull from different aspects of the movie and or text to critically analyze the underlying message and main idea. I can also better use various elements of the work, such as setting, character personalities, language, etc. to contribute to the analysis of the work. I am also able to better connect the themes in a text or film to the real world.

Critically analyzing and comprehending the underlying message of a film or text is still my strong suit. I have gotten better at articulating my ideas clearly and effectively in written and oral forms to persons inside and outside of an organization. However, there is still room for improvement. I can now explain it better orally and in a fashion that is most effective for outside persons to understand my analysis. And I have gotten better at making my oral and written presentations clear so that other people can better understand what I am trying to say about a specific work.

I have improved on effectively combining the different perspectives from a work I am analyzing, in a written format. Oral is still better in this instance. I have also improved on making my writing effectively convey all of the different ideas that can come from that one work. In a way, that outside people can understand what I am trying to say. I have been able to improve the flow, structure, and clarity of my analysis.
However, I do believe there can be more development in these areas.

Overall, my main strengths are still critically analyzing texts and films and using different aspects to find the underlying message, themes, and viewpoints and apply them to the real world. I have improved in the areas of weakness, such as finding ways to present my analysis to people so that they can understand. And the overall structure and flow of written and oral interpretation. However, I do again want to improve my skills in those areas more in the future.

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