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"The student's class is covering similarity nowsimilar triangles, especiallyso we worked through his homework assignment, after which I gave him several different problems to test his understanding of the topic. He did fairly well, but I'm planning to hit the topic with him again next time."
"We went through the questions in her biology book on genetic engineering. She's having a bit of trouble accurately using the vocabulary. Then we went through her geometry homework on proportions, which she finds easy. Then we studied for her quiz, covering the relationships between the sides of triangles."
"We worked on the student's geometry textbook homework covering the definition, theorems, and equations of parallelograms. The student still had makeup work left to complete after I left (nothing she couldn't handle!). The student showed me the grades she received on her last semester's finals  she was pleased with her Geometry and Chemistry final grades!"
"This was my first session with the student this year. We hadn't worked for 2 weeks because of the holiday vacation, but we picked up exactly where we left off. This session, we focused primarily on geometry because he has an exam coming up. We studied quadrilaterals, specifically distinguishing parallelograms, trapezoids, kites, rhombi, squares, and rectangles. He memorized all the properties related to these quadrilaterals, and I had him do practice problems to test his knowledge of the properties."
"For Geometry, we reviewed concepts in Pythagorean Theorem, 454590 and 306090 triangles, and the relationships of their sides. We applied these concepts to practice problems from the textbook.
In Physics, we discussed the characteristics of vectors and scalars, and the distinctions between them. We then applied these concepts to the idea of distance versus displacement, and practiced adding and subtracting vectors."
In Physics, we discussed the characteristics of vectors and scalars, and the distinctions between them. We then applied these concepts to the idea of distance versus displacement, and practiced adding and subtracting vectors."
"The student and I discussed solving right angle trigonometry problems. He had worksheets from his teacher with trigonometric word problems and reviewing tangent, sine, and cosine. We worked through these problems together, discussing what each question is asking and reviewing the algebra required to solve for different variables."
"We went over the student's review packet for his Geometry final. We covered multiple subjects such as triangles, circles, and quadrilaterals, as well as multiple different theorems and vocab words. We did multiple practice problems from the review, and went over the topics behind each problem. Overall, the student seemed to understand the material very well."
"The student began by wanting a little help in his Physics, which I muddled through. He had formulas for rate of electricity and Coulomb's law and resistance and power. I helped him with applying the formulas and he had a little trouble working with powers of ten. I will have to brush up the application of physics but we dealt with the mathematics part of it tonight. Then I taught him a little bit ahead about special segments in triangles and polygons, such as perpendicular bisectors, apothems, centroids, etc. This will be his last unit, so we need an "A" on both the quiz and the test. He got an "A" on his circles test, so he is getting more confident."
"We continued reviewing past problem sets. She is much better at solving the problems than when we first started our sessions."
"I mainly focused on calculating volumes with the first student for her quiz tomorrow. She seems well prepared for the quiz. I know she'll succeed and do well. With the second student, I helped with more probability stuff. He doesn't have any quiz or test until next week."
"Worked with the student on his latest practice worksheets from class, reviewed problems he missed and worked through problems he hadn't completed yet. Solid geometry: finding surface area & volume of prisms & cubes, slant height of cones & pyramids. I created practice problems similar to those in his worksheets to continue to practice until his confidence started to improve. We will try to get another session in before he is tested on this next week."
"The student did well with most of his homework; however, the questions on bisection confused him, so we revisited that concept before doing more practice with triangles and quadrilaterals. I also showed him how to construct an angle with a protractor, and we took our first look at circles today as well."
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