Saturday, May 9, 2009

Brittney W

Please reflect on the presentation leaving constructive criticism and positive feedback.

16 comments:

DrewB2009 said...

I think it is really cool how your parents installed values in you since the very beginning. That's awesome how you kicked the kid in the painful area. It is really cool how much you have grown in high school and to see the difference from freshman year to now. Your future looks very bright and promising.

Eric said...

i feel the same way about my brother as you do too. Always stand up for what you belive in and that is aweosme that you would stand up for yourself and your friend it shows a lot about you. I like the quote never hesitate becasue i have tried to live like that too, going into things with a full head of steam. Good luck next year at Westmont!

jordan s said...

You're probably the best friend ever, if I ever get tied to a tree, boy I hope you're there to save me :) I really like your Learn, Grow, Lead idea, that's really awesome! Good luck!

kaytlinr said...

I liked the story that you told about standing up for what you believe in. I also liked the way that you broke your speech down into 3 parts and the acronyms that went with it.

SaraB2009 said...

I like your idea to use acronymes for each part of your life. Good Job and GOod luck!

IreneL2010 said...

Brittney, I really like how you began your presentation with the life lessons that your parents instilled in you through your whole life. I love how all of those lessons have carried through throughout your whole life regardless of the situation. The way that you created different acronyms for each step of your life, it was creative way to do that and it was so different from anyone else's presentation. You were very relaxed up in front of the class and were very enthusiastic throughout your whole presentation.

Pat said...

I think it was really creative how you used an acronym for every section in your life. You gave a great presentation that really took the audience through your life. It is cool to see how much you’ve grown and all the things you have learned. I loved how you tied everything in at the end. Great job

KaitlanW2009 said...

It's cute that you and your best friend used to dress the same.
It's awesome that you have stayed best friends with someone since childhood, not many people keep friends that long.
I like that you used the acronyms to show who you are, and your legacy.
That would be a really cool experience to coach fifth graders.
I like the idea of Pay it Forward.
Good luck in your future!

JakeF said...

I like your LEARN acronym system that you have going on. That’s a great story about the kid you had kicked in the junk. Pay it forward is probably the strongest and most meaningful thing you could ever do and I’m glad you are looking to pay it forward. I like what you did with your team it is very powerful.

Anna P2009 said...

You look like Kurt haha
I can't believe that you were a bad dancer...I've seen your moves and that just doesn't make sense. You've learned some amazing things throughout your life.
You're a great coach and teacher to those girls. I could see both as future careers.
You started talking pretty quickly towards the end...I'm going to say that that is excitement for the presentation to be over and your future :)

Great job Britty!! Levi would be proud!

jordan s said...

Oh and you forgot to mention HOW AMAZING YOU AND LIZ ARE AT DECA FOR BEING STATE FINALISTS!

KatieM2009 said...

I like that you stood up for yourself agaisnt nelson! WAY TO GO! I can connect with you on coaching for a sport you love!! I am a cheerleading coach and I love it more than you know!! Im glad you are taking the opportunity to go out on your own! Good Luck!

RickM2009 said...

You moved around a lot, but looked comfortable in front of the classroom. You read from the projector, but also talked to the entire room. Have fun in cali!

AdrienneB2009 said...

LEARN
Always stand up for what you beleive in, what a good friend!
GROW
Gain experience, pay it forward- and you have :)
Coach! role model, competeive, teacher, learned kids need to grow as individuals first, athletes second
LEAD- you are a strong individual, Brittany, and I know you will not be in anyone's shadow. Good luck in all your future endeavors!

HaileyM2009 said...

It's cool to see how you have made the most out of life and how you just continue to develop and LEAD, GROW, and LEAD :)
Maybe read the acronyms out loud or make them more readable because I didn't really see what GROW stood for.
I know you will have fun at Westmont!!

mollyp2010 said...

That was a great presentation. I loved your idea of using acronyms for each stage of your life, it was very effective for telling us what you have learned, and what you hope to do. good luck in california, that sounds awesome!