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"We went over her new homework assignment on ratios and proportions. The student struggled with simplifying ratios when the units were different (i.e. 9 months / 1 year). I showed her how to convert her units using two different methods, and after a few examples, she seemed to understand. Next time, I will give her more examples of these and have her show me two different ways to get the answer.
We had time remaining to look back at older material. We briefly discussed graphing points and lines, but we spent most of the time on triangles  finding missing variables in the sides and angles by knowing when angles add to 90 or 180 and when they are equal. She is confusing rules for parallel angles and rules for triangles, so next time I will give her examples of each and have her explain the rules."
We had time remaining to look back at older material. We briefly discussed graphing points and lines, but we spent most of the time on triangles  finding missing variables in the sides and angles by knowing when angles add to 90 or 180 and when they are equal. She is confusing rules for parallel angles and rules for triangles, so next time I will give her examples of each and have her explain the rules."
"The student has a quiz tomorrow that covers parallelograms and polygons  how to determine whether a polygon is a parallelogram and the interior and exterior angle measures of a polygon (or regular polygon). She had some homework problems from the book that we went over and she also had two review worksheets  one from the break and then a new one  that we worked on. I think with a little more review of the topics just to be sure she has all the theorems straight in her head, she will be fine for the quiz tomorrow. We also reviewed her previous test. We went through each incorrect problem and she worked to correct them."
"Today, the student and I worked on both math and global concepts topics. We started out with math by completing a homework assignment involving probability and relative frequency. He did very well on this assignment and did not need much assistance. He has a quiz on Friday in math, so we are meeting Thursday evening to study for it. We also studied the history of India, the caste system, and the political and religious movement surrounding Gandhi and the late 20th century. He and I played a Jeopardy study game that his teacher created. After completing the game, I quizzed him on all of the questions. He missed only two problems and we discussed them in depth to ensure he is prepared for the quiz. I think he will do well on the quiz and will study again the evening before as a refresher."
"We reviewed and made flashcards on parallelograms, rhombuses, rectangles, squares, kites, and trapezoids for a quiz tomorrow. I drilled the student on the different properties of the various quadrilaterals and gave him practice problems. He did very well. After he does the review exercises I assigned him, he should ace the quiz."
"We prepped the student for his Chapter 11 test. He didn't seem to have a problem finding the lateral areas, surface areas, and volumes. We also worked on drawing nets of 3D shapes."
"The student and I worked on a takehomequiz for his Geometry course. The quiz covered several problems types including how to write polynomial equations when given the zeroes, using synthetic division to factor polynomials, factoring quadratic equations, and graphing different functions. I believe that the student thoroughly understands each problem type."
"In our latest meeting, the student and I jumped ahead a little bit, as we felt comfortable with what she had to do that evening for class. We're beginning to see how geometry is just like a big puzzle that keeps growing, so even when we see new things it really just tests our ability to creatively use what we already know. The student is developing this skill, and while it is still a work in progress, there's definitely been improvement."
"We went over possible test questions for her test next week. We discussed topics like reflections, translation, rotational symmetry, and dilution. This was our first session so there are not any progress notes. There were a couple similar questions at the end of the review and I told her to give those a try later without looking at her notes from today. She is going to send me problems from her textbook for our next session"
"In this lesson, we went over the most recent section the student learned as well as previewing the next two upcoming sections. Topics included quadrilaterals, specifically work with parallelograms and occasionally squares, rectangles, rhombuses, kites and trapezoids. His ability to reason and notice congruence has developed a lot since the start and he's come a long way."
"The student still needs to take her retake over triangles. She is going to take that tomorrow so we worked on problems to help her prepare for it. She has shown improvement from last week. She seems to have the distance formula and midpoint formula memorized. Also, she has a better understanding of altitudes, medians, perpendicular bisectors, and centroids. She was able to do any problem that I made up over the concept. She seems ready to do well on her retake tomorrow."
"We started by going through a proof about triangle similarity. She had it done in class, but hadn't really gone through it and reasoned with it. We went through some steps in the proof thought process. She was working on right triangle altitude problems and proofs. The big secret to all of those problems is to draw the three triangles separately. It makes it so much easier to set up the proportions. The proofs weren't too bad once we wrote out the three triangles. She was able to see the reflexive property with the angles on her own."
"The student and I began working on the next module (1.7) of her online geometry course. The module consisted of four questions regarding logic statements and a persuasive essay that required the inclusion of one of the following: inverse, converse, or contrapositive logic statement."
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