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Elementary Math Tutoring in New York City, NY
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Varsity Tutors offers Elementary Math tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in New York City, NY. We'll help you learn Elementary Math through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your home, online, or any other location of your choice.
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How we help you master: Elementary Math
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You will have learning objectives mapped out by our educational director based on your specific academic needs.
Your tutor will evaluate your current abilities, with an eye toward places where you can improve in Elementary Math.
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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
The practice test that the student did over the weekend reflects an improvement upon the scores he got when he first took the SAT. If he performs as well on the actual exam as he did on the practice one, I am confident that his scores will be higher this second time around.
We did three practice tests today in science, social studies, and language arts. We spent a lot of time discussing space and weather patterns, as well as geography. I gave him two books on space to check out. Our primary focus is still on math and reading, however, and will pick back up with those subjects on Tuesday.
For our final session, we started by reviewing the common sentence errors tested in the writing section and then began a timed evaluation. The student performed well (especially in vocabulary) and demonstrated knowledge of the skills we developed. We ended by talking about test anxiety and proper mindset.
In this afternoon's session, the student and I worked through sections 7.1 and 7.1b. She struggled at first with solving the equations, but then improved with each subsequent problem. By the end, she was solving them without much input from me.
We worked out problems dealing with angle of depression and angle of elevation, solving for heights and depths. Then we used the law of sines to find angles and sides. We also continued reviewing conic sections from the student's Algebra class, working out problems where he needed to complete the square to graph a conic.
Today, we covered air masses, fronts and weather. The different types of fronts, what causes them, severe weather including tornadoes, thunderstorms, and hurricanes. We also covered the different types of air masses: polar, continental, tropical, and maritime. Afterwards, we spent about 10 minutes organizing the student's notes and materials.
We spent this session working specifically on her timing. I gave her 5 minutes to work on each individual passage + questions, to help her figure out how to internally pace herself during the exam. By the end of the section, she was doing a good job triaging the questions and attacking the ones she was most likely to be able to figure out in the time allotted.
The student and I discussed the key elements of fiction and nonfiction reading material, highlighting them for analysis of texts. He was very receptive and remembered many key points from the beginning of the session to the end. I assigned the student to read a text from a website and answer the associated questions provided. The student appears to have a solid foundation for the material just needs practice in pacing himself and organizing his thoughts as well as paying attention to minor and significant details associated with the main idea.
The student did his homework for both reading and math. We completed a book titled 'Jacob's Eye Patch' in decent time. He seems to enjoy challenges, which is positive and will go a long way in his future education. We are meeting again on Monday, allowing me to better gauge his abilities.
Our session was mostly focused on going through practice problems in each section area that the student had completed during his break. He is coming around on using the techniques we have talked about, and it seems to be coming through in his work. Specific challenges we talked about today are getting comfortable with graphs of functions and knowing how to approach graphing problems on the math section, using more structure on the essay portion, and avoiding the smart-sounding trap answers in critical reading. Moving forward he is going to work on his independent vocab, and is aiming to do a full practice test each week.
We reviewed the student's homework, covering the area of triangles and irregular polygons; we also covered how to calculate the surface area of 3-dimensional figures. I emailed him a link to math handouts and we reviewed their content.
The student and I prepared for a cumulative exam for the following day. We reviewed study packets that her teacher gave her. We mostly reviewed grammar as she struggles with this the most. She said she has final exams coming up so we will meet twice next week.
How can a Varsity Tutors tutor help you master Elementary Math?
Varsity Tutors offers Elementary Math tutoring in New York City, NY. Our tutors are certified to teach K-8 grades, with many having a math specialization.
NYC elementary school students are in some of the earliest stages of math learning. Among the many subjects they are faced with learning, math is often considered one of the toughest. To ease this process, Varsity Tutors offers elementary math tutoring in New York to help your child conquer the subject in all of its challenges and adequately prepare your child for lifelong academic success.
Multiplication tables, arithmetic, fractions, and other concepts make up the umbrella of elementary math. Making sure your child is able to understand and apply these ideas is critical to their success in math as they move up in their education – they can quickly fall behind if they are not able to master these fundamental topics. Gaining a comprehensive knowledge in elementary math is key to your child setting a strong foundation for themselves to continue to grow appropriately in their academic journey. We will match your child with one of our brilliant tutors who will construct detailed elementary math tutoring lesson plans based on your child’s specific learning needs. The one-on-one setting will allow them to genuinely work comfortably together and bring about successful learning.
Reach out to our New York area tutoring directors today and get your child on the path to success with elementary math tutoring from Varsity Tutors! We provide tutoring service in your NYC home, online and other locations that may work well for you.
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Elementary Math tutors in New York City, NY