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Vocab/Grammar: We discussed 2 more Greek roots and reviewed the roots we went over last week.
Argumentative Essay: We did a mini-lesson today on brainstorming reasons to support thesis statement. I am finding that the student has lot of great ideas for her writing, but sometimes has difficulty organizing them or focusing them. We spent some time today getting her to focus her thoughts in so that her essays can be coherent and really support her thesis.
Fiction Writing: We are taking a deep dive into character development for the next few weeks. For today we thought about how characters sound when they are talking. We talked about how it was the job of the reader to use words to help the reader hear the characters. We worked a lot on turning character traits into tangible communication styles. I left her with some practice so that she can continue adding depth to her characters."
We discussed what his next writing assignment would be. Tomorrow, we will meet again online and he will begin it. His assignment is to think over what he wants to say about three Greek Gods. This preliminary work will assist us tomorrow.
I spoke with his mother about using lists of words to help him learn. I suggested that she write sentences out with the words in them and have him study those."