"During this tutoring session I introduced a few new concepts to the student. Her mother had recommended that we move on to new topics to get her prepared for what they will be covering in math soon. I began by having her complete a mixed practice word problem worksheet. The first two questions she got incorrect, but I let her finish without helping her. Then I showed her where she made a mistake and it seemed she didn't fully read the word problem so she didn't understand what she needed to do. She correctly answered the rest of the worksheet on her own. Then I taught her how to identify triangles. She learned the definitions of equilateral, isosceles, and scalene triangles. Then she had to identify each triangle on a worksheet. She really seemed to understand this new concept. Her mother suggested that she write down these new definitions on some flashcards so she can practice them in her free time. Then we looked at identifying parts of a circle. She learned the definitions of circumference, radius, and diameter. It took her a few tries to understand this on the worksheet that I gave her. On the last worksheet I had the student look at a graph and answer questions about it. She answered all of the questions correctly except for the last one where she had to find the average. She said she hasn't learned averages in math yet, so I taught her to add up all of the numbers and then divide by the number of numbers. Before I left I wrote down all of the new definitions for her so she can review them throughout the week. Today she did very well during her tutoring session and it seemed that she was in a very good mood. When I tried to help her with addition she quickly said to me, "I can do it". I will assign her some new quizzes online for homework."