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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
The student and I began the session by talking about days of the week. She knows them all well by rote, so today we practiced writing them. Then we practiced some more sight words, with which she's continuing to do great. We then worked on math using dominoes; she is doing a GREAT job! The practice is evident: She is able to state immediately (or figure out quickly) sums of any two numbers 0-6 (up to 6+6)! We finished our session with a review of months/reading a calendar. This is a trickier skill that we'll practice again next week.
Today the student A and I worked on math concepts he missed or was struggling on in class for one hour. We covered one-step equations and rotations on a coordinate plane. Student B and I spent most of our hour and a half reviewing for her chemistry final. Using her study guide we practiced and perfected writing and balancing equations, identifying precipitates and spectator ions, and writing complete and net ionic equations. We also discussed the direct and indirect object pronouns for her Honors Spanish course.
I worked with the student on updating her English notebook and finishing her English review. She wrote a reflection on their history unit, answered reading questions on two opinion articles about zoos, and did a Venn diagram on the persuasive devices that the two articles used. Today was a productive day!
The student and I also worked on his Reading vocabulary. After that, we and read a few pages of his book. He felt very confident about his Math test from earlier in the day.
For the second session, the student and I reviewed the imperfect and preterite verb endings, for which she had made flash cards, as I had previously suggested. I asked her to dictate verb conjugations in Spanish as I called them out in English. She performed beautifully. Later we reviewed page 77 from the workbook I had given her, related to vocabulary and the imperfect tense. For the 2nd half of the tutoring session, I worked with the student , reviewing and writing sentences requiring both the imperfect and preterite tense and indirect object pronouns. I asked her to identify the verbs in sentences, indicate the subject and also identify the person for whom or to whom the action was performed. Again, she showed great ease and initiative. We completed two workbook pages in her Spanish practice book, which will help her for her upcoming exam.
Today, the student and I used the grammar book his father purchased for our class. We went over various topics including subject/verb agreement and indefinite pronouns. Our exercises included those in his SAT book as well as those in his grammar book. To finish up, we outlined another essay, which I encouraged him to do for homework.
The student and I continued work on her public argument. She had completed a first round of edits and found pictures to accompany her article, as well as begun formatting the paper. I worked through a peer edit with her, and then we worked together to format the article within a magazine-style layout. Once that was finished, she wrote a three-page cover memo describing her process in creating her public argument, and I was very pleased to see her having a great deal of insight into the types of arguments and methods being used, since that's been something her class has been emphasizing all semester.
I continued to help the student review for the AP Calculus Exam. We went through the sections for limits and continuity and talked a good bit just about definitions and what it means to have a limit, be continuous, be smooth, be differential, etc. Then we continued to work on volumes and area between curves.
We began by reviewing the list of words that she looked at from our last session. For the most part, she did well defining and placing in sentences. We then moved on to sentence completions (which deals with similar issues). Again, she jumps to conclusions without attempting to fully understand the sentence, which we need to work on, but this quickness is not always a bad thing. Finally, we worked through some math problems. For the most part these were simple. For next time, I gave her another list of words and sentence completions, but we will focus on math (specifically on what she is learning in class right now).
I reviewed the student's homework, and she wrote a really good summary with no run-on sentences. We also went over two reading comprehension passages, and I took her step by step through writing a summary for one of the passages. Her homework this week is to write a summary on the second passage.
Once again, the student and I started with her chem homework (balancing redox reactions via half-reactions). We then practiced a SAT math section. She knows how to do the problems.
The student and I met for a session of SAT tutoring. In the session we mainly focused on basic algebra.
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Varsity Tutors offers geometry tutoring in New York City, NY and the surrounding areas. Our geometry tutors are experts in angles and transformations. Theorems? Not a problem. Whatever your need, our top NYC geometry tutors are available to work with you in your home or in another location that you choose. Sessions occur at a time that is convenient for you - we truly aim to make your geometry tutoring as productive as possible.
Our geometry tutoring services in New York, NY develop personal learning plans after determining their students’ proficiencies. Unlike a class or group prep, the lesson continues for as long as you require help with a topic. Secure with circles? Your enthusiastic NYC private tutor will devote more time to other subjects. Varsity Tutors New York’s geometry tutoring is fully customizable, and your tutor is a built-in motivation machine! He or she can help you tackle that homework or that test while keeping your spirits high.
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