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I’m so glad to see you too. Yes, she mentioned her friends at home and looks like she has many close friends.
Good afternoon, I’m so glad to meet you here! A is a very bright student who gets along with her friends well.
Yes, I also believe she is a quite smart girl! Hum.. yeah I can see that..
As you can see, she even understood the concept and used challenging vocabulary in her writings before. I think A is a very smart student. But these days, she fails to fill the answers of easier concepts.
I usually try to help her with her homework. I have a high expectation of her, so I usually involve a lot while she studies. She does have her room, but usually she does homework on the table in the living room.
Hum.. Yes. Of course, I first leave her teaches herself, but if she continuously struggles, I just give her the answer with explanation.
How usually A do her homework at home? Does she have some independent workspace for her study?
How do you help her with her homework? Do you give her the answer if she struggles?
The teacher and the parents of A meet individually after the conference. The teacher often sent the test results and outcome of A to the parents by email. They already talked over the phone about the overall performance of A, but it is the first time seeing each other. The teacher first starts with a complement of her sociality and her good relationship with her friends.
Then the teacher shows the results data of A’s past tests, comparing with the latest score. The teacher shows her concerns about her performance.
The teacher then asks the parents how she does her works at home to get some clue for A’s improvement.
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