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"We reviewed the last exam that the student took. I asked the student about how he was studying calculus. He told me that he had been watching videos in addition to attending lectures, a few problems from the book, and doing the homework. I suggested that he try more practice problems, and suggested that he create some flash cards for the definitions that appear on the exam. This next chapter looks at what the derivative can tell us about the function, and it seems that exploring that material is making the previous chapter clearer. I very much hope that is the case."
"Today we calculated deviations using Excel and began work on hypothesis tests. We found Zscores and looked up their pvalue using a Ztable. We discussed how drawing Zdistributions and labeling the tail we want can help us avoid simple typos. We finished by discussing Type I and Type II errors Type I is like convicting and innocent man and Type II is like letting a criminal go."
"We worked on catching the student up to his classmates in order to prepare for his final exams.
On the first session, I taught him completing the squares and he was able to grasp it well.
On the second session, I taught him Chapters 10.510.7. He grasped it fairly easily and I am confident that if he remembers the material he will do well on the exam."
On the first session, I taught him completing the squares and he was able to grasp it well.
On the second session, I taught him Chapters 10.510.7. He grasped it fairly easily and I am confident that if he remembers the material he will do well on the exam."
"We went over the first half of his practice for finals. There were some struggles with working with exponents initially, but those were smoothed out by the end of the section. I was a little worried going into problems where you matched the bases of exponents because he had a bit of trouble on those the previous session, but he got the hang of it by the end."
"This was our last session for the semester, so I found some problems online for us to do a mixed review of everything we had covered and topics I knew that the student had learned. The only topics that he had trouble grasping was direct, inverse, and joint variations, so I encourage him to look at more variation problems to find out whether it's the science kind or the constant variation kind. Everything else that we coveredarea, solving right triangles, trig ratios, factoring, systems of equations, graph translationshe grasped quickly like it was truly a review.
I was glad to have worked with him this quarter; he's a smart guy, and I have confidence that he'll do well on his final tomorrow. My advice now is just the usual test taking advice: Sleep well, eat healthy, and don't stress out. Best of luck!"
I was glad to have worked with him this quarter; he's a smart guy, and I have confidence that he'll do well on his final tomorrow. My advice now is just the usual test taking advice: Sleep well, eat healthy, and don't stress out. Best of luck!"
"We revisited the two remaining problems from Chapter 12, and began at the beginning of her packet (Chapter 7) and completed through to Chapter 10. Chapter 7 (sides and angles of polygons) was the easiest and took roughly 5 minutes for her to complete with ease. Chapter 8 was slightly more difficult, and I suggested that she draw diagrams for similar figures in order to identify proportional sides and angles. Chapter 10 took the longest because I needed to reteach the formulas on chords, secants and tangents of a circle. The student generally had a good grasp of the material and how to apply the formulas, but mentioned at the end of the session that she was nervous that she might forget how to do some of the problems once she went into the test. I would recommend that she either receives extra help during the year so she is not cramming at the end of a semester."
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