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For our Sunday session, she will be working on the three final exam essay questions. One of these questions will absolutely be on the final. She will send me her work sometime this weekend to look over, and we will practice essay writing this Sunday. She makes great study guides for each essay and exam, but she does so on a computer. We talked about practicing in an exam setting (i.e. writing them out by hand until they are committed to memory).
We also briefly spoke about the possibility that she would re-take an online version of the course in the fall. I mentioned that this summer, to prepare for the fall course, she may want to look to audit an intro biology course."
He does actually know more than he realizes. When we are discussing some topics, he is able to provide correct points. His difficulty arose later when I would give him pop oral questions. He sometimes had a difficult time connecting the answer to my question, even though I knew he had the answer. We will continue to work on this Sunday.
I also took the time to instill in him the idea that there are no dumb questions, and that questions are an intricate part of learning."