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Our primary focus was the preterite verb tense, concentrating on unfamiliar verbs in the vocabulary assigned. Just since we began working together a couple of weeks ago I can see an improvement in the student's competence with the preterite tense. As we reviewed his original Ch. 10 test, he admitted to me that at the time of the exam he really didn't understand it and I am pleased to see the quick development of his understanding.
In our discussion of study strategy, the student informed me that his cumulative semester exam will mainly be vocabulary-based. I encouraged him to continue with his flash cards as we have done with the last couple of chapters as that will only aid in his cumulative preparation. In our second weekly session tomorrow I expect to pick up where we left off and continue to make good headway as he enters into end-of-the-year studying."
out a simple sentence and explained the grammar involved. He then wrote sentences I dictated to him. He understood the grammar and wrote the sentences with no problem. Next the student completed his homework packet. Finally, I had him take a quiz online using direct object pronouns, and he got 100%."