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"The student wanted to review for a test he's taking on the next day, so we did that on the sections of congruent triangles, including AAS, ASA, SSS, and SAS triangles, corresponding parts of triangles, and right triangles. This was similar to our last session, where we looked over these concepts, but we covered more sections. He knows what he's doing and grasps the concepts of each section of the chapter pretty well and plans to do great on his test. He did also inform me that he received a high B on his last test."
"Today we reviewed for the student's final in geometry. The teacher gave him a review packet that we went through."
"The student has a final in geometry coming up later in the week. To prepare for his final, the teacher has given him 5 unit review packets to work on. During this session we completed units 1 and 2, and part of 3."
"I worked with Student 1 to begin with for about ten minutes. She had a question about finding the equation of a function (in a word problem context), and she had trouble reducing a fraction when finding the area of a circle.
I then worked with Student 2 on some of her questions she had on the study guide they did in class for review for the final. They were on similar triangles and special triangles. It was very similar to the study guide we did last week, but it was multiple choice. I taught her how to cover up the answers and find the answer before looking so she wouldn't choose an answer that was halfway through solving the problem. After working through the ones she didn't get, we scheduled to meet again the night before her final."
I then worked with Student 2 on some of her questions she had on the study guide they did in class for review for the final. They were on similar triangles and special triangles. It was very similar to the study guide we did last week, but it was multiple choice. I taught her how to cover up the answers and find the answer before looking so she wouldn't choose an answer that was halfway through solving the problem. After working through the ones she didn't get, we scheduled to meet again the night before her final."
"We used cubes of butter (and some paper) to explore cross sections of 3dimensional solids. I think the visual really helped it click. She wanted to name the shapes the solid was cut into or the shape of the face was cut into rather than the shape of the intersection of the plane and the solid. Showing her that we're looking for the shape created by the knife helped."
"We prepared for the student's final starting with some of the basic theorems and properties and moving on to some of the more complex properties. We also ran through a few of the paint by numbers proofs, as I like to call them. His final is this week, so it's the last time we plan to meet until next semester. He has improved significantly since we first started."
"We covered sections 6.1, 6.2, and 6.3 of his text. We reviewed notes as well. The student was struggling with visualizing how some theorems or postulates could be represented in 3D space. The student noted he had been doing well and just needed help on these sections in preparation for his midterm. We covered all the examples in the text, so I did not leave him with any extra practice."
"We mainly worked through word problems today dealing with complementary and supplementary angles. The challenge with these is to translate them into algebraic statements  solving them is fairly easy. She had trouble with this at first but got the hang of it quite well by the time we were done.
We also did a few problems related to quadrilaterals and parallel properties."
We also did a few problems related to quadrilaterals and parallel properties."
"The student's class is having their quiz on the chapter material Thursday and having their final exam next week. For this session, we reviewed the chapter material, specifically covering the orthocenter, centroid, altitude, and bisector of triangles. I am seeing some serious improvement in his ability plotting out triangles on a graph, and he has a pretty solid understanding of finding the orthocenter and centroid. Next session we should review the final exam material"
"We went over the student's exam review sheet today, in preparation of his midterm tomorrow. We went over angle congruency, parallel line proofs, logic/sets and algebraic equations. He is quite prepared for his exam tomorrow and has done a great job on the practice problems."
"The student and I reviewed for his quiz coming up on Friday with a packet assigned by his teacher. Today we focused on parallelograms. This dealt with the proofs of shapes within, and the solution of single and doublevariable systems needed to find the length of sides and angles. We also completed corrections on his last quiz, which he received a 12/14 (85.7%), while perfectly solving the single proof problem at the end. We worked the last problem through from beginning to end. He is gearing up for a strong final test."
"Today we did a broad overview of the student's first semester of geometry. She has a final on Thursday, so I gave her some test taking strategies that I felt would be beneficial. She seems like she knows what is going on and is doing great. We covered setting up proportions a little more thoroughly than anything else. I did leave her with extra practice but told her to go back over her old tests again to get her in gear for her final on Thursday."
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