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"The student and I reviewed the last year's Math test in preparation for her test on April 4th... She completed all 43 questions only missing 3 questions. It was not because she didn't understand the problem, but rather overlooked some minor clues as to what the problems were asking.
The student has made significant improvement with her overall confidence and work ethics. I truly believe she is now enthusiastic about becoming a wellrounded math student.
She's always a pleasure to work with!!!"
The student has made significant improvement with her overall confidence and work ethics. I truly believe she is now enthusiastic about becoming a wellrounded math student.
She's always a pleasure to work with!!!"
"Met with the student this morning and we wrote two essays to practice writing a compare/contrast essay."
"We looked at the student's homework on reflexive verbs in the workbook. We then did two exercises on reflexive verbs. Lastly I showed him the fan method for memorizing vocabulary, and we made a list of words he should learn before the next test on Chapter 7."
"The student and I worked together to try to help her with an assignment. The assignment was a review worksheet to identify what material should be easily recalled for the course. We will work more on developing skills next time."
"The student and I covered several topics over of cells including what the cell theory is, prokaryotic vs eukaryotic cells, and cell parts and function. We covered these topics due to the fact that he has a test over cells on Monday."
"Prior to the session, the student had read and answered questions related to chapter 20. In terms of the problems he had issues with, I was able to further assist and help him understand the core concept of the problems and arrive at the right answers. We also started reviewing for his final exam and went over chapter 14 on solubility. I provided him with additional material to understand and grasp the concept of solubility. We went over each individual topic covered through the chapter and did a few practice problems. I also assigned him reading for chapter 15 and plan on going over that chapter for the next session."
"We started with his science homework  a practice test made up of questions from the 4th grade state science test, covering topics in their current unit of study (biology). He wanted to do the short answer questions first, so we reviewed those. He worked on about 5 or 6 of the multiple choice questions. Finally, we worked on geometry and critical thinking by playing with Tangrams. The next student had more fraction homework, this time comparing quantities such as "which is greater, 2/3 of $15 or 3/4 of $15?" I taught him a strategy for solving. He became quite skilled at using this strategy on the white board. Finally, we worked on geometry and critical thinking by playing with Tangrams."
"During this session, the student and I reviewed several topics to be covered by his class in the near future. We reviewed the ideal gas law and how other laws can be derived from it, such as Boyle's Law, Charles's Law, Avogadro's Law, and the combined gas law. We also attempted to cover specific heat, a past topic, but we were unable to find problems similar to those that gave him problems on his test. We will tackle specific heat, this upcoming Sunday."
"In our second session, the student and I continued to work exclusively on math at her request. Most of our time was spent on word problems that required her to formulate a variable equation and then solve for X. She is proficient in her ability to isolate variables and perform the functions necessary to simplify equations. Troublespots include deciphering what she is being asked to solve for in a word problem and how to represent that question as an equation. Aside from simply practicing word problems more and more, she would also benefit greatly from increased memorization of basic multiplication tables. The more she is able to keep a consistent train of thought without having to break away to use a calculator, the better."
"This was my final appointment with the student. We continued working on wordbased problems (translating them to algebraic formulas) and geometry. We also reviewed the readingcomprehension portion of the test."
"The session today with the student involved using inherent properties of triangles with defined angle sets, and using those properties to find unknown sides. After we went through the concepts. She easily completed all her assignments."
"Today we had a review of their previous exam on rational expressions and trig functions in preparation for the retake on Wednesday. I spoke with the boys' teacher, and he was able to provide me with an electronic copy of their exam. Student 1 made an 84 and student 2 had a 77. However, their teacher did also inform me that they did well on the previous quiz. The retest is the last grade of the quarter. Student 1 has secured an A, and student 2 is on the border; however, if he does well on the retest that should give him an A. Student 1 did very well today, as most of the questions he missed concerned rational expressions. He only missed one trig function question. So we focused on how to solve the equations that involved a quadratic. He had trouble for a brief moment and then caught on quickly. Student 2 was confused about a few things with the rational expressions and trig. We focused on solving with a quadratic, the meaning of SOHCAHTOA, how to find missing sides and angles, and how to square binomials."
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