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"This was the student's first session after a long Christmas break. Her class is beginning to cover basic geometry concepts like lines, angles and planes. She did very well with the concepts themselves, but made a few mistakes in answering the questions. I had her practice drawing out each figure or angle before solving the problems to help reinforce the concepts."
"We covered continuity of functions for her precalc class. The homework was pretty decent, but didn't demonstrate all of the things I wanted it to, so I made some extra problems for the student. I think she understands the concept of continuity well."
"Reviewed Chapter 12 of the student's geometry textbook covering 3Dimensional solids and their areas. She has a test on the chapter on Tuesday. Her grasp on the materials did improve and she shows good effort. She will complete a practice test before tomorrow's tutoring session where we will review it."
"The student and I looked over past quizzes from her stats class. She has a goal of 85% average. We mostly looked at practice quiz 1 (regressions, definitions, standard deviations, zscores), and spent a lot of time learning how to use the TI89. I should try to anticipate the content of her future classes and plan on teaching it to her as minilessons. Next session we'll be learning conditional and joint probabilities. Any extra time will be reserved for a general algebra refresher for her potential basic math course on Thursday (9/27)."
"We worked through her homework in the workbook, created a list of what material will be covered on the quiz Thursday, and did some practice on her weakest areas out of that material. Worked extensively with passive to active voice conversions, passive constructions, and complementary infinitives (both active and passive). She needs to spend some time memorizing accusative case endings. She knows when to use them, just needs to memorize which ones they are."
"With the first student: General math assessment to assess what skills he needs help in; equivalent fractions and comparing fractions (next session we will work on fraction concepts with pattern blocks); multiplication facts through Multiplication Bingo; reading comprehension; fact v. opinion.
With the second student: general math assessment to assess what skills he needs help in; multiplication facts through practice on white board; multiplication facts through Multiplication Bingo; reading comprehension (5 W questions).
Both boys worked hard this session; we will focus next session on fractions, multiplication facts, and writing."
With the second student: general math assessment to assess what skills he needs help in; multiplication facts through practice on white board; multiplication facts through Multiplication Bingo; reading comprehension (5 W questions).
Both boys worked hard this session; we will focus next session on fractions, multiplication facts, and writing."
"I gave a list of vocabulary words to the student, and I asked him to explain their meanings in his own words. If he was unfamiliar with the word, I wrote it down for him to practice and review. We will review these words at our next session, and we will continue to look at more vocabulary words. He still struggles with critical reading questions that involve analyzing a passage in its entirety, which we will continue to focus on in future sessions."
"Finished some of the practice tests on a website. Worked on monosyllables with and without accent marks and their different meanings. Reviewed the concept of "te" and "le/les." For next class, will work on subjunctive and some more useful grammar rules."
"Student A and I reviewed long vowel sounds, but this week I showed her several different ways to get the long "a": "a_e," "ay," and "ai." She is still doing great work, and I'm very excited about her progress this summer.
Student B and I did problems with fractions this week, and we learned how to reduce large fractions and worked out some word problems with long division. I also had her take a multiplication word problem and rethink/reword it so that it was a division problem to help her see some new ways of thinking about the numbers when she is doing a word problem."
"Today we worked on physics and daily problems. The problems were about calculating the mass of the water on Earth and a neutrino interacting with a quark. The student should take comfort in the fact that, if she was able to follow the logic to get to an answer for those problems, any future problems should be much more manageable."
"The student worked on subtracting four numbers. She is doing well on this concept but sometimes makes simple mistakes. We also worked on multiplying and looking for patterns. She also worked solving word problems and telling time. The student worked on her homework which included reading a graph and answering questions."
"The student and I worked on a number of things and had a very productive session. We then went through a practice exam section on reading comprehension. As we read through each passage and discussed the strategy for selecting the best answer, he became much more adept at selecting the correct response, improving in both accuracy and speed in which he completed the section. After completing reading comprehension, we went back through previous verbal exercises and began to make flashcards for words. We ended the session with some practice problems from the quantitative reasoning section of the exam, focusing on word problems and working with basic algebraic expressions."
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