Super Student Led Conference Letter For Me!


Dear amazing, wonderful, awesome future Sophie,

As I don’t have a time travelling machine yet I can not tell you this in person so I am writing this letter to tell you instead. On the 22nd of June 2016 which in my time was last night Mum and Dad came to my conference and Jack was being annoying in the background. I shared my learning in maths, improvement in literacy, my best pieces in inquiry and what I am proud of out of the classroom.

I presented my presentation really well and if you don’t remember, here are the things I did really well at:
Maths- showing Mum and Dad what I could do and what my investigations have been.
Literacy- Giving Mum and Dad my books not just pictures.
Inquiry- explained things deeper so they would understand.
Other- showing more then one thing to show my progress.

From recent times you might remember doing the hat sheet. Well, we didn’t do it this year but we do have to say what we have to improve on which is the green hat. We were so silly that we forgot to do some things and I hope by telling them to you now will help you to not do them again. Those things were:
Forgetting where I was in the script,
Stumbling on the words,
Getting all my work organised.

Stay awesome and a fantastic gymnast,
Your best bud, Sophie

3 Way Conference Reflection

Yellow hat (what went really well)
I did heaps of eye contact to my Mum. It was good that I knew bits of my script when I had to look at something else. I also had explained everything in detail so my Mum got a better idea.
Green hat ( next time I will……..)
I need to use more expression. Next time I’ll put more personality into my script so I sound more like myself. It will be good if I don’t put spelling mistakes into my script so I don’t get confused at some points.
Red hat ( before, during and after feelings)
Before I felt really nervous but during the interview. I felt more confident. It was great that after the interview I felt happy and proud.
Comments by Ms Westerman
Ms Westerman had said I had: Good eye contact to my Mum. Good volume when I was speaking. Great examples of long and short term goals. My voice over was very clear and fluent. She thought I did easy but good, detailed explaining. I got Mum to post with pointing. When my blog didn’t let me post I went onto Edu Blogs.