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I then found similar proportion word problems and had her solve quite a number of them, she got most of them right. One problem that tricked her a bit had to deal with units where one number was given as 1 inch and the other as 1ft, and she saw the 1, but did not immediately see the units. We reviewed it, and I pointed out that sometimes the problems will trick you if you don't pay attention and you are just looking at the numbers and trying to solve the problem quickly. The student should now be able to look out for tricky problems such as those.
The student was excited to get the problems right, I am sure it gave a boost to her ego to know that she understands this concept rather well.
I also met with the student's brother yesterday as well. He is confident and smart, he moves through problems really quickly, so sometimes he misses what the question is actually asking and tries to solve. So two strategies for him were to slow down and reread problems to make sure he is answering the right concept and to circle the sign for the problems that he works on. He added where he should have multiplied because he forgot the sign.
Where I noticed that he could use some more practice is changing an improper fraction into a mixed number fraction. We spent much more time on that practice problem than the other random ones I picked in his test study packet. He has a test on Tuesday, and he also wanted to do another cram session with me on Monday, so I will let his mother know that I can make myself available then if she would like to schedule a cram study session.
It was a pleasure tutoring both the student. Much different personalities, but they are both great students and they learn quickly."