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"Today, we reviewed domain and range, as well as introduced the concept of graphing functions. At first, the student was struggling to remember how to represent the slope of a continuous line, but was comfortable with it once reminded. He had little trouble with graphing functions as well, and only needed assistance when it came to setting up word problems. I had him work some extra word problems to make sure that he could do it himself later on."
"We reviewed inequalities via the notes I had sent him and a review in his course. The student took the test and got an A. We then began rates, ratios, proportions and he took several quizzes and got in the B range. In the next session we will review rates, ratios, proportions and fractions to decimals to percents and emphasize the word problems."
"Today we really got into a synthesis of all the work we've been doing so far on point slope formula and slope formula. The emphasis here was determining what we need from the prompt in order to fully answer the question. Also, we made sure that we were very systematic in our approach so that we can start to build speed and pattern recognition as we do these problems. I want the student to try problems 2231 again on the worksheet (trying at first as best he can to complete them without any notes). I will be sending him a recap of today's session with a guide to solving each equation stepbystep so that he has a good idea of the steps he needs to take to solve them."
"We went through the student's homework. It was about fractions, LCD, addition, subtraction and ratio. I explained to him how he has to find the LCD and use that to solve each kind of questions. We solved almost 25 questions. He understood how to solve them. He is smart and he is doing great."
"We continued to work on properties of rational and irrational numbers today as preparation for the assessment test. I worked with the student using decimal number lines to improve his understanding of what decimal number represent (fractions, with the fractional parts getting smaller as you move to the right away from the decimal). I am getting information from his school about whether or not he will be able to use a calculator to assist his arithmetic on the whole test."
"We covered additional slope problems. Using slope intercept, point slope, and standard form and switching between the two. We also talked about basic linear regression using a calculator. We made up slope formula problems and reviewed a test and compared the information from the current section to the previous homework problems. We created new problems based on what she has learned. We are going to continue to touch on test prep because it seems that she gets nervous about a test even when she knows what she is doing."
"Today the student and I focused on parabolas  defining standard and vertex form equations, finding the vertex and axis of symmetry, graphing both a vertical and horizontal parabola, and determining the domain and range. I'm going to give her a few 4 part homework problems: determine the vertex, domain and range, and sketch the graph showing the axis of symmetry.
The goal is to fully cover linear, square root and exponential functions, such that she knows how to graph them, use the equation to determine a specific value, and decipher a function's equation from a word problem. She will learn how to graph all 4 conic sections but we're going to stay away from radians, trigonometry, and systems of conic sections for now. After we're complete with this lesson, I'm going to give her a test on everything covered since we commenced our sessions."
The goal is to fully cover linear, square root and exponential functions, such that she knows how to graph them, use the equation to determine a specific value, and decipher a function's equation from a word problem. She will learn how to graph all 4 conic sections but we're going to stay away from radians, trigonometry, and systems of conic sections for now. After we're complete with this lesson, I'm going to give her a test on everything covered since we commenced our sessions."
"Today we did the other practice test for Module 3 over quadratics, we did not receive any scores because this was a written test and requires the teacher to grade. I tried to encourage her independence by asking her to answer a question herself first and then I would explain why it was right or wrong."
"The student informed me that she has a test tomorrow. We went over finding an equation given two points, a point and a slope, and finding out the slope and yintercepts. We also looked at problems that involved arithmetic sequencing. She is well prepared for the test. She does not seem to be struggling in these two topics."
"In this session, the student and I worked on series and sequence problems to prepare her for her exam. I did not see any scores/grades to report progress. I don't think she was struggling with one aspect more than others  she is very smart! I did not leave any practice and no concerns from this session."
"Today we did mostly more exponent work. We talked about symmetry in brief as well. The student got a 91 on her last algebra test, which is an enormous improvement! She seems to be doing well with the current material. I think she is mostly caught up to where she is in the class, and is in a much better place going forward."
"This was our first session together. We reviewed the student's current and past assignments (he had already completed his current assignment). The content consisted of plotting scatter plots, recognizing slope behavior and deriving slopes from given points. The student exhibited a strong sense of what we were doing and what the assignments were asking so I decided to introduce new material. This new material was focused on deriving slope intercept equations from given points."
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