Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student was assigned a Bible verse to memorize in Spanish as homework. We worked on her pronunciation and memorization. I assigned her vocabulary words to include in her flashcards set (textbook 1 section 2 & 3, page 4). She was also assigned 7 irregular verbs to write down on flashcards with their present tense conjugations. She is starting to get enthused with Spanish pronunciations and puts great effort into understanding definitions."
"We focused on reflexive verbs, subject pronouns and object pronouns. We reviewed participles & verb constructions. The student will continue to work on her vocabulary recognition and I have requested specifically that she review verb charts for all tenses."
"In this first session, the student and I went over vocabulary, verb tenses and colloquial conversation. He had a book that he got to learn Spanish and we used it to practice sentence formulation and pronunciation as well. The level of the student was higher than I expected, so we skipped to more advanced chapters."
"Today the student did his homework which included both the imperfect and past tenses as well as a little bit of direct object pronouns. I believe his homework will help him review for his test. We discussed study methods for his test as well as his teacher's expectations. He is starting to get the hang of how verbs work and correspond in different sentences using the imperfect tense and past/preterite tense."
"Today we focused on the student's Spanish homework. She needs to work on her vocabulary in order to help her learn Spanish. Her assignment was on the seasons and weather. We read through the paragraphs provided and I made sure she understood how to translate it unordered to answer the question. Overall this session went well."
"The student is recognizing better the use of reflexive verbs where he hadn't in the past lessons. Today's practice allowed him to use 3 different ways to express himself in past tense (preterito, imperfecto, and pasado compuesto). For the next lesson, he must review the notes of the practice problem so he can present the case to its imaginary supervisor and review the vocabulary and tenses."