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"Today the Student and I worked on the subjunctive again. We discussed the uses of the subjuctive verb tense with the words "aunque" and "quiza". We also discussed the use of the subjunctive with verbs or verb phrases of doubt. "
"The student has an EOC (end of course) exam in geometry tomorrow, so we continued with the review sheet he brought to our session. It covered mainly trig, which he is doing very well in. He said that he had a test on trig earlier, and that he thought he did well. He also informed me that he has a 90 in his class, which is great compared to the F he had in the class at the beginning of the semester.
I also reviewed some of the other basic math concepts such as adding/multiplying/dividing exponents and fractions (which he had some trouble with at times)."
I also reviewed some of the other basic math concepts such as adding/multiplying/dividing exponents and fractions (which he had some trouble with at times)."
"This was our second session of working together. The first student and I worked on vocabulary from the book she was reading at school. We wrote down the definition and came up with sentences for each word. We also made flash cards to review for a later vocabulary test. We also talked about her comprehension of the book so far. The second student and I worked on learning more multiplication facts. We also practiced his facts through a set of drills and made flash cards for him to practice with. "
"The student and I spent the session covering math topics along with timing strategies while approaching the math section. The student struggled slightly with timing and concepts, but I was able to give him a few tips which lead to some improvement."
"The student has a chemistry final on Monday so we were studying and going over the review for that. She has a good grasp of all of the concepts."
"Due to scheduling we decided to go to the La Brea Tar Pits for the science lesson for this week. The girls were attending an art camp in the morning and then we walked over to the tar pits. At the tar pits we went over what and where the tar came from, how scientist work and why they are digging the tar. We then went into the museum. We went over the time line that was displayed from 38,000 years ago to the present; focusing on the developments of man. After the timeline we went to see the fossils and another scientist work station. The trip ended with a visit to the atrium and store. Books were bought and an activity was also purchased for a later day."
"The student is doing very well. We made good progress on his Mythbusters assignment. He completed two paragraphs and has five more to complete. I've tasked him with writing two more paragraphs by our session next week."
"The student and I met for our first tutoring session on November 12, from 79 p.m. at his home. Throughout our first meeting, he struck me as incredibly intelligent and personable.
After introducing myself and the test, we began by discussing vocabulary and its importance. We also discussed root words, completing roughly 2025 root words together. He was able to come up with many examples of words using each root word and make connections between them. He is going to attempt to learn five new vocabulary words each day during his study hall as well as one to two root words.
We also worked through the beginning arithmetic problems in the review book that his parents had purchased for him. He was very easily able to do negative/positive operations (+, , x, /), fractions (+, , x, /), and factors. We completed roughly half of each practice drill on these problems and he is to complete the remainder of the problems on his own. "
After introducing myself and the test, we began by discussing vocabulary and its importance. We also discussed root words, completing roughly 2025 root words together. He was able to come up with many examples of words using each root word and make connections between them. He is going to attempt to learn five new vocabulary words each day during his study hall as well as one to two root words.
We also worked through the beginning arithmetic problems in the review book that his parents had purchased for him. He was very easily able to do negative/positive operations (+, , x, /), fractions (+, , x, /), and factors. We completed roughly half of each practice drill on these problems and he is to complete the remainder of the problems on his own. "
"Today, the student and I met up for the first time to have our introductory meetup / tutoring session. All went well, and I got a feel for what items the student want to focus upon  Spanish principally and within Spanish, reading comprehension and items associated with writing and deciphering different paragraphs. We also looked at some of the student's science and social studies (history) papers/quizzes and saw some opportunities (for example, to give more examples in her responses to her teachers) for her to improve her grades. All in all, the student appears to be a very hardworking and smart individual  and through different techniques / strategies, we think we have some good ways to get her grades up from the B's up into the A Range."
"We went over the practice questions that she had questions about from over the week, the answers to questions we had from last week, some math tricks that would help her with her problem areas as indicated by the diagnostic, and guessing strategy for the SATs. We then spent the rest of the time going over math questions."
"In this session, we went over the student's review for her exam next week. We covered topics in three chapters including translating definitions into variable expressions, solving for given variables, and word problems."
"Covered the methodology behind the naming of different shapes (after rectangles/squares, following the numbergon scheme), and the concept of surface area. Showed various shortcuts for finding surface area. Also discussed how surface area is different from volume, and how the same shortcut can be applied to calculate the volume of an object."
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