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"The student and I worked over more ways to apply congruent triangle postulates. We also worked at synthesizing it with transversal parallel line postulates."
"We focused on the student's Geometry homework. His new homework was on proving segments, angles, and triangle congruences. We focused on having him write down his answers slowly, legibly, and neatly so the teacher can understand his work."
"Completed Homework; Discussed/Reviewed New Section  Parallel Lines and Perpendicular Lines; the student received an A on his last exam on Chapter 2."
"Today the student and I went over section 114 in her book, which covers finding the volume of cylinders and rectangular prisms. She was easily able to answer the questions that I provided on a worksheet as it simply required her to memorize the formulas. After completing the worksheets, roughly 20 questions, she and I worked on her homework, which also covered finding the volume of 3D figures. She was easily able to find the volume of rectangular prisms, cylinders, and cubes but had a little difficulty with finding the volume of a rectangular prism, as it was not clear which side was the height of the prism. She understood the formula, and with practice, I'm sure it will be much easier. She and I still had about half an hour left after completing her homework, so she worked on a worksheet that required her to find both the surface area and the volume of prisms and cylinders. By doing this worksheet, we were able to review finding the surface area of 3D figures (material we went over at our last session), while still practicing what she is currently going over in class. She had some difficulty finding the surface area of cylinders on her first attempt but, on her second attempt, was able to come to the correct answer."
"The student and I wrapped up the last chapter of the year (his last test before finals will be on Friday). We covered the last topic of the surface area and volume of solids chapter. Two sessions ago, we covered the surface areas of prisms, cylinders, pyramids, and cones. The last session, we covered the volumes of those four solids. This session, we covered the last type of solids which were spheres (surface area and volume) as well as the similar solids theorem.
We memorized the two formulas for spheres and did a few practice problems. We discussed the similar solids theorem at length and defined "scale factor" and its relationship to area/volume ratios. The student had no trouble with the spheres but had a little trouble with the relationships between the scale factor and ratios. After a little reinforcement, he became comfortable finding the or volume/area of a one of the similar solids given the volume/area of the other solid and scale factor.
We introduced the notion of dimension conversion and established a general method for conversion. He seemed to have a natural intuition regarding this topic. Lastly, we worked on a few practice problems that required connecting knowledge learned from the last three sessions (like composite and inscribed solids). With practice, he should do well on the test on Friday."
We memorized the two formulas for spheres and did a few practice problems. We discussed the similar solids theorem at length and defined "scale factor" and its relationship to area/volume ratios. The student had no trouble with the spheres but had a little trouble with the relationships between the scale factor and ratios. After a little reinforcement, he became comfortable finding the or volume/area of a one of the similar solids given the volume/area of the other solid and scale factor.
We introduced the notion of dimension conversion and established a general method for conversion. He seemed to have a natural intuition regarding this topic. Lastly, we worked on a few practice problems that required connecting knowledge learned from the last three sessions (like composite and inscribed solids). With practice, he should do well on the test on Friday."
"The student and I started by going over his homework from last week. He did ok on the problems that gave him a framework for the proofs. I asked him to provide the explanations but he had a harder time with the problems asking him to write a complete proof. I told him first of all that he should be drawing diagrams for all these problems. I also advised him to look at the congruents he has marked on the diagram to identify which triangles are most likely to be proved congruent first. At the same time, I told him to be flexible, as he got stuck on a couple of problems because he couldn't prove the two triangles he had focused on to be congruent and didn't adjust by looking for other triangle pairs. He was able to do most of these proofs though, once I helped him get started. I had him try a couple more proofs for practice and he again got most of the way through them after I guided him a little initially. We finished the lesson by going over the definitions of medians, altitudes, and perpendicular bisectors. I showed him that the median and altitude would be the same line for one side (the noncongruent side) of an isosceles triangle. We also went over proofs involving proving points equidistant using perpendicular bisectors or angle bisectors. I left the student with homework on these theorems, as well as the properties of medians, altitudes, and perpendicular bisectors."
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