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"Today, the student and I worked on math. He is doing really well; he's picked up quadratic formula and completing the square very quickly and displayed a thorough mastery of both today. We also spent some time staying ahead of his science and history assignments this week."
"Yesterday I met with Student 1 first. We reviewed a study guide that she has for a quiz the next day. We went over the problems that she got wrong and I answered any questions that she had. Her mom told me that she has an A in math right now, the first time she's had an A in math in a long time. Next week, Tuesday and Thursday she will have her study guide for finals and we will be working on that.
After her, I worked with Student 2. We reviewed a few of his study guides and then went through all of the practice problems that his teacher gave. He had a quiz the next day. He understood everything that he was doing; he needs to make sure that he writes neat enough that she can read his answers so he doesn't get problems wrong when they should be right. Next week, I will be working with him on his study guide for finals as well!"
After her, I worked with Student 2. We reviewed a few of his study guides and then went through all of the practice problems that his teacher gave. He had a quiz the next day. He understood everything that he was doing; he needs to make sure that he writes neat enough that she can read his answers so he doesn't get problems wrong when they should be right. Next week, I will be working with him on his study guide for finals as well!"
"The student just learned the Pythagorean theorem, so we did several problems using that. At first, it was just general plugandchug type problems, but once she got the hang of that, I started giving her more complicated problems that required her to problem solve as well as use formulas. After we did that for a while, we switched back to practicing with the volume and surface area equations she was using in class the other day. I made sure the problems we solved had a bit of background in them (beyond simple "solve for this equation"), both to make it more fun for her, and to show her how these equations might be used in every day situations. For instance, we calculated the volume of a piece of the candy she was eating, and then talked about how to use that to estimate the number of candies in a jar."
"Today we looked over her schedule, upcoming deadlines on projects, quiz and test dates. We worked on preparing a study schedule and also some key strategies for preparing for these tests. We also spent some time working on the flashcards for LA and did some drills together. The student had a great positive attitude today and has been working hard all week. She still has a very challenging two weeks left, but she has maintained a positive hardworking attitude that I believe can carry her through."
"The student just had some language arts homework and some Spanish homework to complete today, which she was able to do mostly independently. I looked over her work when she was done, and it all looked good. She just had some math homework on multiplying polynomials. She had some questions at first, but after a problem or two understood it, and was able to work through the rest of the assignment. I helped her with a few of the problems that she missed, but I think she understands it very well now."
"The student asked if we could start with math, so we ran through some various practice problems I had available. He is doing much better without a calculator and correspondingly, he is recognizing the association of numbers quicker than he originally did. We also worked on some vocabulary and reading comprehension with another Kurt Vonnegut short story. The student did very well at understanding how the protagonist and antagonist can be alike, although they are described as complete opposites. We needed to work on the imagery a little more, but as I drew a visual map of the story, the student was able to understand the significance of location used throughout the story."
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