"We began our session with a review of his math homework (which he finished extremely quickly with absolutely no problem). The homework involved basic arithmetic [addition, subtraction]. We then moved on to reading. We began reading a new book that the student has been interested in. He has a very good reading ability. He does not struggle with sentence flow at all and can sound out difficult words with ease. His comprehension is excellent. He was able to give me a step by step, detailed explanation of what had happened in the previous 30 pages of the book. He enjoys reading so much that he wanted to read a different book after we finished two chapters of his book. We read a few short articles about the first steps to follow in the case of a killer bee attack. He is very pragmatic. We then did vocabulary. He asked me to give him a short list of advanced words so he could look up their synonyms in the thesaurus. He was able to get some good practice with vocabulary as well as looking words up in a thesaurus/dictionary. We briefly touched on Spanish. I taught the student some vocabulary dealing with animals, describing what animals we liked and disliked. We then moved on to his Language Arts studies. We reviewed possessive pronouns. He now understands how to use possessive pronouns, when they are to be used, and what the possessive pronouns are for each person (1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.). We ended the session doing a workbook page that asked to fill in the appropriate pronoun for each sentence. He had no problem completing this and, as a fun ending activity, we rearranged the sentences to make them funny while replacing parts of the sentences with possessive pronouns. He didn't seem to struggle with anything during our session and was very focused. I left a list of Spanish vocabulary for the student to memorize for our next session."