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"We began this session by reviewing the student's homework. We primarily reviewed the vocabulary exercises and spent the remainder of the session completing a few critical reading passages together. I primarily focused on teaching her strategies for approaching critical reading passages, especially concentrating on how to skim, notate, and quickly find answers in the text before evaluating any of the answer choices provided. I believe that adopting this strategy will improve her rate of success. We are scheduled to meet again on Friday, 01/29/, at 4pm."
"For our last session, the student and I looked at inverse functions and their domains, composite functions and their domains, logarithmic functions and exponential functions (with some graphing, solving for x, and compounded interest word problems). After the session, the student has more confidence finding the inverse of a function, DEFINITELY more confidence forming composite functions (ex. f(g(x))), and can tell better when he needs to take the log of both sides. He came into the session with a nice handle on the word problems, so hopefully the time we spent with inverses and logs pays off while he works on his mastery test and the final test tomorrow."
"The student and I spent the entire session working on her Algebra II homework. She is currently covering equations involving square roots, and the homework required her to solve, simplify and graph these various equations. We practiced thinking about what the graph of the equation would look like before she started to solve the problem. We also solved problems involving square roots using the distributive property."
"I worked with the student on a geometry homework assignment which his honors trig teacher had assigned as review. The session was a good review of basic geometry concepts: how to compute areas, side lengths, and angle measures given a set of information about a figure. We will continue to work on strategies to answercheck and work more systematically and carefully."
"The student had a new graded homework assignment today, combining reinforcement of integration and the meanvalue/averagevalue theorems with new exercises of concepts that had previously been taught but not practiced, particularly the Second Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and the Trapezoidal Rule."
"We went over redox equations and did many redox equations for practices. Student learned very fast and did very well on a lot of the problems. We also went ahead of the class and went over galvanic cells and E. We also reviewed G and spontaneity of equations."
"Today we prepared the student for her math test by reviewing how to turn standard form equations to vertex form with a coefficient on the xsquared term. We also went over what each of the variable means on the vertex form and how it affects the graph. She did well on these math concepts. We also went over some physical science problems with the time left."
"The student's English curriculum now includes a weekly vocabulary lesson and quiz. The words, diverse in word origin, spelling rules, and degree of pronounced difficulty were utilized alongside his previous spelling lessons and give him the ability to both practice spelling as well as learn the word meanings in a more active light. The two of us reviewed the words, and the student's goal was to be able to spell the vocabulary words correctly in addition to defining them with accuracy on his quiz. He achieved this goal, and we will follow up with reviewing his quiz during our next lesson."
"The student and I reviewed her calculus homework and looked ahead to the next section so that she will be better prepared for next week's assignments as well. We talked about a few things she should work on memorizing to make calculus easier for her including a list of common derivatives and the unit circle. She will keep a list of questions throughout the week for us to go over at our next meeting."
"The student took a pretest and did extremely well. I am very proud of her. She is doing great and is starting to gain a great deal of confidence in her work. For homework she is reviewing all of our notes."
"I met the student today.
We worked on verifying her answers to their assigned homework problems about Natural, Whole, Integer and Real numbers. We ranked numbers in multiple forms (fractions, signed etc...)
We solved a text problem. She feels ready for the test.
We covered 1 hour today and I will do the rest of the time covering Physics tomorrow. I had to leave half an hour early to drop my daughter at her football game event."
"Student 1: Today's focus on reading was speed. We are working on finding that balance between reading quickly, but slow enough where comprehension is still at play. She really seemed to find this balance. For math, we did a variety of math problems because I want her to get used to doing several different kinds of problems at once. She was able to switch between the concepts quickly and efficiently. We will continue to work on this.
Student 2: Her focus today was also speed. I wasn't sure how this would affect her comprehension, but it worked great! She loves a challenge, and adding the challenge of timing to reading passages seemed to help her focus, so that's great! For math, we worked on word problems (drawing them out) as well as money and some of the other trickier math concepts."
Student 2: Her focus today was also speed. I wasn't sure how this would affect her comprehension, but it worked great! She loves a challenge, and adding the challenge of timing to reading passages seemed to help her focus, so that's great! For math, we worked on word problems (drawing them out) as well as money and some of the other trickier math concepts."
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