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Her outstanding performance during the unit on matrices shows that she excels when the topic is compatible with her learning style. She expressed that she does not like math that involves graphs. Although graphing skills are one of the primary objectives of conic sections, we developed formulas that will allow the student to work towards the answer with arithmetic as much as possible before making a graph. But, while we are working the arithmetic, we kept a graph in front of us and looked at how the arithmetic and graph are related. The objective with this strategy is to get the student familiar with conic sections through her strength, arithmetic, while making her weakness, graphing, less intimidating.
She started the session off by answering a lot of my guided questions with "I don't know." By the end, she was visibly thinking and answering many questions correctly."
We also reviewed graphing sinusoidal functions and derived the functions from data. Then, we reviewed periodically the method for finding the phase shift. It requires you to find the x coordinate of the Max of the function without the phase shift and compare it with the x coordinate of the Max of the data."
The topics were fairly straightforward and because we had covered the material earlier this week, she did not struggle much at all remembering the topics for the review session for her exam that she will take the next day.
As she answered all of her review questions with little to no issues at all, I opted not to give her extra practice but gave her a few reminders on what to look out for on her exam.
I have full confidence that she'll be able to do well on her exam."