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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
(2) Personal statement - The student has selected a new prompt for..."
(2) Personal statement - The student has selected a new prompt for his personal statement. We did some brainstorming together and I set him up with prompts to gather details on his own over the next few weeks before drafting.
(3) Timed writing - We quickly reviewed plot and narrative structure. The student is able to describe a fiction outline, but still has questions about application and some trouble with execution. His new attempt was much better in the first and showed understanding of personal narrative writing. He is also more successfully planning before he begins to write."
We then discussed MLA formatting, because his assignment for Tuesday is for him to draft a copy of his Long Form Analysis for this book for questions 1-10 within 4-6 pages, typed, single-spaced. He also will have to do research on the author, and his times.
Next, we discussed parts of a sentence (subject, predicate, and complements) and went in depth into subjects, including understood you and "there"-based sentences.
The student finished with writing a 2 page paper on changes in food and agriculture in the past 100 years. He did a great job on it, with only a few mistakes- one in parallelism."