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A short example of how to do a textual analysis. The example will help you understand one approach to writing about essays and literature in genera.
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Discuss an event in the news some time during the past several years in which leaders were asked questions and had to respond with crisis communication.
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Write an analysis of your strengths and weaknesses regarding communication. In your analysis, consider your writing skills such as grammar, punctuation, syntax, wordiness, etc. Also, consider your abilities or weak areas in verbal communication such as formal presentations, speaking in meetings or class, or informal discussions.
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