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"Student 1 had math, spelling, and reading homework. The math required knowledge of the lattice and partial product algorithm. She seems to have a better understanding of the partial products method and prefers it to the lattice method. She finished the spelling practice page after we reviewed the words together. We ended the session with the story but only got to read a few pages of it.
Student 2 has a reading test to prepare for and we started off by discussing the genre of tall tales. We discussed the story as we read it and created a sequence of events. Student 2 also completed a quick math exercise that involved deciding which operation to use for given mathematical sentences. The next session is tomorrow at 4:30pm."
Student 2 has a reading test to prepare for and we started off by discussing the genre of tall tales. We discussed the story as we read it and created a sequence of events. Student 2 also completed a quick math exercise that involved deciding which operation to use for given mathematical sentences. The next session is tomorrow at 4:30pm."
"The student and I completed the narrative essay we had startedwe worked a lot on transitions and editing. I had her rewrite several sections with more "showingnottelling" details. She was assigned five sentences to rewrite in the same fashion. We also started working on a "causeandeffect" essay about the bubonic plague and the Middle Ages. We wrote an outline today."
"The student and I went over electrochemistry and the details of the galvanic/voltaic cell. This including figuring out what was happening at the anode and cathode, and how to calculate electrical potential and EMF."
"We covered the rest of exponential functions and all of the concepts related to logarithms today. This was a completely new topic for the student. She paid attention well and asked to do a couple of problems together as we went. She seemed to understand the material well."
"The student and I began the session by going over his vocabulary words. He recalled most of them very well. He seemed to be very comfortable with guessing skills on vocabulary questions, so we moved on to the essay. During our essay practice, we tried out a new method of essay outlining, which I hope will help him to become more comfortable with his writing style. At the end of the session, we tried a few Reading passages by going over the specific aspects of each so that he can approach them a bit more systematically."
"The student and I started by going over her diagnostic test. She had taken the reading sections this week (she scored 11/20 on synonyms, 16/20 on sentence completions, and 14/22 on reading comprehension). We went over the questions she missed, added new vocabulary to her word list, and talked about strategies. We then continued to go over the math review, and went over how to turn mixed numbers into improper fractions, as well as adding, subtracting, and multiplying with fractions. We'll keep reviewing those next week, as well as looking over the math section of the diagnostic."
"Topics Covered: semester review; review of trigonometric functions for derivatives and integrals, relationship of ln and e, Riemann sums (left and right summations), finding maxima and minima, concavity. Progress Achieved: the student can perform both derivatives and integrals of any type and find summations, maxima, minima, and concavity."
"This was my second tutoring session with the student. During this session, we discussed vocabulary, test and study strategy, and reviewed the mathematics that the student was to do as homework. He struggles on long division and decimals, which we reviewed more indepth. We also began to discuss fractions."
"The student and I went over the practice English and reading sections that he missed. Almost all of the English questions were issues of redundancy, usage, and style. Almost all of the questions missed on the Reading portion were on the fiction passage. He is going to try to read more fiction in order to get some more exposure to that type of writing. He is also going to try to read more slowly and more carefully. We also talked about the importance of using all of the time in a section to check everything as many times as possible. He also took a practice Science test, on which he missed only three. Science is by far his strongest subject, so we won't need to focus as much on it as English and Reading."
"Topics covered included trigonometric identities and converting trig functions into other representations. By the end of the session, the student had a better understanding of how to work some of the expressions and learned some tricks for memorizing the identities and applying them in the problems. We also outlined potential plans for improving in both precalculus and algebra 2."
"The student and I went back to his algebra this week. Our topic was something that we had done in a previous session for his geometry class  slopes of lines and all the material that comes with that. By the end he had a good grasp of the topics."
"The student and I finished his history homework; he had finished his other HW at school. We also had a really interesting discussion about witchcraft and the Salem witch trials since he's reading "The Witch of Blackbird Pond" in English. I am really enjoying working with himhe's sharp and has a good sense of humor."
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