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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
1) I did a language assessment and had a discussion of what the student
would like to achieve in her Spanish lessons. She is taking Spanish 2
in High School.
2) She wants to get a better grasp of verb conjugations, grammar and sentences. She
wants to improve her writing skills, pronunciation and comprehension.
3) Her class has started "Cuanto tiempo + hace + que"_."ù (time phrase to
ask how long ago something has occurred). This phrase was presented
in both present and preterite verb tenses. I gave the student a thorough
explanation of when and how to use this phrase in both tenses, plus
the answer to that question: "Hace + time + que..."
4) We did Activity 5, pg 224 in her book. She plugged in the right answer
for all examples, then she repeated them.
5) The next thing we discussed was the Subjunctive Verb with
Impersonal Phrases. I gave her a detailed breakdown with"ùU-WEIRDO"ù
acronym to help her identify exactly when to use the Subjunctive.
6) She completed Ex 11, pg 228 in her textbook. She understood how to
use the Subjunctive in these sentences. I gave her additional examples
from my textbook. She got all of these right and did an awesome
7) I gave the student online quizzes to complete.
The student is a soft-spoken student that truly cares about her Spanish learning and
her grades. She applies herself. She is intelligent and is a quick learner. I can tell
she is focused and motivated in improving her language skills.
HW: I told the student to do Flash Cards for the Impersonal Subjunctive phrases and
to review everything we covered today."