In my school every year, we have SLC’s (Student-Led Conference.) SLC’s are regular parent-teacher conferences except that we the students get to lead the conference and plan the whole conference. For my SLC I made a slideshow presentation. I made fifteen slides about what I am skilled, what I need to work on and some things I can improve. The SLC is only thirty minutes so I would want to use as much time as possible to present myself.
I had to really think about the year and what I did when I was making my presentation. Three of my slides had pictures of some pieces of work I made well, while another three slides had pieces of work I did not do so well on. I also had some slides where I showed my goals for the rest of the school year and following year. Another group of slides were my strengths and weaknesses. I showed what I am skilled in and what I am not.
The day of the Student Led Conference, I was prepared and ready to go. I talked very confidently and I didn’t get nervous or tense up. I talked a little too fast so I had a lot of time at the end for questions. My parents loved my presentation and they said I came well equipped for the conference. They gave me a lot suggestions and comments and told me that they were going help me with whatever I need help in. I think I did a really good job with my SLC.