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"We began the session by reviewing the student's class notes from the day about describing how the perimeter, circumference, and area of different shapes change based on changing one or two dimensions. He voiced to me that the class lesson was a bit confusing, so I gave him a sumup of the lesson using my own notes, examples, and practice problems. He understood the concept and began to recognize emerging patterns. We then practiced about 20 problems giving the student plenty of opportunities to finetune his new mathematical skills. The last couple of questions were quite challenging. The student seemed to enjoy the process of problem solving, especially when the answer made sense to him, visually and mathematically. Great work! Finally, we spent the last half hour studying for a US History test from his notes about the earlymid 1800s. The student was able to talk out all the important details to me, as if he was telling a story. It was clear that he had a good understanding of this topic in History. I am confident he will do well on his assessment."
"In this session with the student, we reviewed areas of regular polygons and sectors, as well as computations of scale factors. He has been reviewing this material for over a week, so at this point he just needed some fine tuning with regard to his testtaking strategy. He had two quizzes earlier this week on the same material, and both went very well, with him missing only 1/2 a point at most on either quiz. He is very confident in his abilities to handle this material, and he should be given the amount of time he has dedicated to studying it. At the end of our session, I reiterated to him my strategy for his finals studying, and he says he will outline a day by day calendar to keep track of what he should study on each day of every week leading up to finals. For extra practice for his chapter test, I told him to take the chapter test at the end of his textbook chapter in testlike settings to best mimic his experience tomorrow."
"We reviewed the calculation of various features of a circle given some initial data. Most problems asked him to calculate the area of sectors of circles (delimited by intersecting lines and inscribed polygons) or the length of related chords, secants, and tangents. We had practiced these techniques in previous sessions, but the student did forget one aspect of these techniques, which is the calculation of the angles formed by two intersection chords from the arcs they partition. Once I reminded him of the equation, the process was trivial for him to repeat correctly. He did very good work  not only correct, but efficient  on the majority of the problems he sent me. I was told he thinks he did quite well on his quizzes over the material he has been learning; I would not be surprised. Once he gets that material back, we'll be sure to go over anything that gives him problems."
"Today the student and I worked on the Pythagorean theorem and other properties of special right triangles. We began by reviewing the Pythagorean theorem, what it means, how it is derived, and how it can be used to find the missing lengths of sides of a right triangle. From there, we moved on to talking about special right triangles, specifically 454590 degree triangles and 306090 triangles. We discussed the theorems that allow for finding the missing lengths of sides without using the Pythagorean theorem. After slowly working through a few examples, we used both the special triangle properties as well as the Pythagorean theorem to solve problems, demonstrating that the special properties come from the original Pythagorean theorem. We did a few more practice problems, focusing on the theorems as well as the algebra needed to solve for the missing side lengths. Finally, I talked with him about some strategies for how to solve problems when you might be somewhat unsure of how to begin. Overall, I think our session went very well, and I hope it was helpful for him."
"We spent most of the tutoring session reviewing a Finals Review Packet, but first we started quickly touching upon slopes of a line and how to determine them using given coordinates or comparisons to different equations. For the Finals Review Packet, she understood a good portion of the material, but there were a few areas that she needs to keep practicing on so that the problemsolving becomes a bit more automatic. She specifically struggled to remember the properties of similar triangles and transversals.
With the last 15 minutes of the tutoring session, I introduced the underlying basics of the equation of a circle, as in where it comes from and how to derive it (using tools she already knows well  such as the distance formula). She seems to have understood it, and it should help her better soak in the class material for the following week as the topics won't be totally new to her."
With the last 15 minutes of the tutoring session, I introduced the underlying basics of the equation of a circle, as in where it comes from and how to derive it (using tools she already knows well  such as the distance formula). She seems to have understood it, and it should help her better soak in the class material for the following week as the topics won't be totally new to her."
"The student's class has gone further into reflection of coordinate shapes and has expanded into angle rotations. The student had a good understanding of how rotating the angle of a shape works, but was confused as to how the shape narrowed or widened as he shifted it a certain angle. I explained it using the outer edge and center point of a record to describe the phenomenon and we were able to resolve the problem by recognizing and using the reference/origin point on the coordinate plot. He has improved greatly in plotting coordinates, which has proved essential in this part of the course, and it looks like he has a solid understanding of how to shift coordinate shapes by a given angle."
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