"We reviewed parts of speech and the student wanted to work on vocabulary, so we reviewed fourth grade vocabulary and then worked on synonyms of each of the words we had reviewed to extend his vocabulary further. We did two activities highlighting synonyms, one being a crossword puzzle, the other a exercise connecting the correct synonyms for a given word. We then came up with sentences using the words (which the student found very amusing). We did some reading in the book that he selected, which seems to be at the appropriate level for the student. The book challenges him enough to where he has to occasionally ask the meaning of a word but doesn't struggle to comprehend the reading. I gave him a comprehension quiz to see whether he had understood everything he read and he understood everything. We then moved on to Spanish. He knew all of his colors (except for a couple of more obscure colors) so we were able to skip that part of the lesson. I will use his knowledge of this vocabulary to begin to describe objects using colors and other adjectives, forming the basis for using NOUN + ADJECTIVE with GENDER and NUMBER agreement. The student seemed very attentive and excited about learning. He stayed on topic the entire time and was enthusiastic about learning about new topics. He seems to have a very broad knowledge and has the ability to connect distinct topics (for example, when reviewing his vocabulary we came across a synonym that he did not know. When I explained the meaning he said, "Ah, like 'mas o menos'!?" linking the synonym to his previous Spanish knowledge). I left him to continue reading and come up with a few phrases he would like to learn in Spanish. I will wait to see more about his course load before assigning him extra practice."