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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 his Spanish lessons. He is
now taking Spanish one in high school.
2) He would like to be able to understand more in his class
and improve his test scores. He is struggling with all verb
conjugations, accents, and grammar. He wants to improve on
his writing skills, vocabulary recall, and comprehension. He feels
his comprehension is OK, but needs more help in writing sentences.
3) The student has a "D"ù right now in Spanish. He just took a test yesterday
but doesn't know what grade he got.
4) In his class, they are learning the verbs "saber"ù & "conocer"ù. I gave
a detailed explanation of the difference in both of these verbs and
when to use them. We did examples in his book with these two verbs. I also
gave him tips of specific prepositions that are used with each verb.
He got it!
5) We went over more verbs: "jugar / hacer / oir"ù (what I call "go-go"ù
verbs). He used these in many sentences with several pronouns
and correctly completed the examples.
6) I explained "pronoun substitution"ù to him because he was confused of
which pronoun goes to a proper noun / name.
7) We covered comparative phrases ("mas / menos... que / tan....como)
then did an activity from the book.
8) I asked him to read a story in his book about famous baseball players
in Latin America. He just had minor pronunciation mistakes. He
understood the whole story.
The student is a lively, enthusiastic learner! I can tell he is interested in Spanish,
but just needs patient explanations and solid guidance to improve his grade.
He wants his test scores to get better. He is willing to do the work and I
know he will do just fine. He is a delightful young man!
I told him to do flash cards for the "more / less.... than/ as.... like"ù
phrases plus vocabulary he has trouble remembering. He needs to
review everything we covered today."