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"*This Session:
1)Analyzing and Simplifying math problems
2)Review of basic concepts: fractions, ratios and proportions, percents
3)Practice: Ratios and Proportions
*Assignment:
1)Practice SAT Test  Ch 16
2)Continue reviewing vocabulary, sentence completions, critical reading, and math lessons based on study plan"
1)Analyzing and Simplifying math problems
2)Review of basic concepts: fractions, ratios and proportions, percents
3)Practice: Ratios and Proportions
*Assignment:
1)Practice SAT Test  Ch 16
2)Continue reviewing vocabulary, sentence completions, critical reading, and math lessons based on study plan"
"Today we reviewed the student's final exam guide and I gave her a few resources to practice for her exam on Monday. I noticed a problem she is having with indirect object pronouns and pointed it out to her as well as gave her some suggestion for improving that skill. "
"We did a practice English > Latin sentence, which is something I haven't had the student doing before. I will continue to work on this in the future, as backward translating forces you to really understand the Latin forms and constructions. We then worked on some translating she had from class, and then some sight translation that I brought in."
"The student and I had a great session. She did not have any problems with her homework or playing the subtraction game with the cards. Her homework included adding, subtracting, and fractions. She has improved her subtraction skills from playing this game. She knows when she reversed her numbers, without being told."
"The student and I drew the outline of the human body and then we identified the body parts in French. We also played the matching game with the vocab cards in French. This time the student correctly identified the matching card with the hat on it. We also reviewed I am hungry and I am thirsty in French. He did a great job today."
"The student and I reviewed questions missed in the quantitative section from her last practice test. We went over types of questions involving setting up ratios, as well as, some geometry and algebraic problems. We also discussed key components involved in writing a good, wellrounded essay."
"I have been working with the student on test materials. We started with an informal conversation. He Spanish is improving. After that we worked on informal writing. He is doing good. At the end we started another informal conversation. We will work more on that next week."
"We spent the first 30 minutes discussing his math homework on ratios. After doing lots of fraction problems, the student didn't have a particular difficulty with ratio. Then for an hour, we reviewed the rest of the curriculum including scientific notation, comparing negative integers, conversion between decimals and fractions, etc. He seems to understand most information very well. We also spent a few minutes going over his science class. However, he seems very confident and competent in that class."
"The student and I went through his chemistry study guide today. He wanted help with conversion tables, stoichiometry and ratios, so we went through several problems for each concept. He seemed to be understanding it by the end, but will need to practice more problems of a similar type to be sure he can solve them on his own."
"Today the student and I spend the first 1.75 hours of the lesson going over the basic underlying principles of the organic chemistry section of the assessment. We didn't get into specific reaction mechanisms or reagents, but we did cover functional groups, nomenclature, priority labeling, R and S configurations, and all types of isomers. She demonstrated a great retention of information from her college organic chemistry courses. To finish the lesson, we reviewed the additional physics problems that I sent her the past week and discussed how to work through 2 of them that were giving her some trouble. Overall, she is still demonstrating tremendous progress!"
"Today we covered areas specifically related to study skills in preparation for the finals that the student will be taking in three weeks. The student was specifically interested in ways that he could improve his long term and short term memory retention of Algebra concepts. He was not so concerned about his Algebra skills but rather how he can improve overall comprehension while limiting any mistakes. We highlighted practical methods for preparing for tests, assignments, and homework. The student seemed comfortable focusing on study skills rather than specific areas of content related to Algebra. For the next session scheduled for Tuesday, the student will be focusing on utilizing resources available to him at school and online."
"I assessed the student's verbalization skills by having a conversation with him and asking him to tell me about daily events and things that he enjoyed doing. He had little difficulty expressing himself but seemed a bit reticent to do so. As his grandmother suggested after the session, this may be simply due to shyness with a new person. Following this we looked at some of the sight words he was learning to read this week. Although the student can easily recognize letters, he has some trouble understanding how they interact in words and seems reticent to admit it when he does not know something. We will work on blends, forming words, and confidence in verbalizing what he does know going forward."
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