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"We went over problems the student did not understand for her exam later this week. She seemed to have a pretty good grasp on most of the problems."
"The student and I went through a final test review packet. He said that the trigonometry section was the most difficult for him so we began with that. At the beginning, I asked him what SOHCAHTOA means and how to use it. I found that he had SIN, COS and TAN incorrectly noted. Once we straightened out that SIN = Opp/Hyp, COS = Adj/Hyp, and TAN = Opp/Adj, he said that many things began to make much more sense. He did a good job utilizing reference angles and one side to find a missing side and was able to apply the main trigonometric functions appropriately. He was also able to solve for particular angles by utilizing inverse trig functions. We will continue with another session tomorrow so that he is ready for his Wednesday final, but he is certainly solving problems perfectly well so far."
"Student 1 and I did some exam problems. He did an excellent job. I think the teacher's website link will help to define a better path on what to study during future sessions.
Student 2 and I worked with imaginary numbers. We started on some of the basics and worked our way to solving for z. Student 2 and I need to work a little more solving for z to make sure the steps are more concrete."
Student 2 and I worked with imaginary numbers. We started on some of the basics and worked our way to solving for z. Student 2 and I need to work a little more solving for z to make sure the steps are more concrete."
"This session we decided to work through some of the quizzes she has to take that we didn't have time to finish before the midterm. We were able to work through a Chapter 2 test and a quiz that she wanted to get a better score on."
"Based on the work that the student has done so far, I am confident that he can meet his goal of improving his critical reading score by 100 points. As long as he keeps up his hard work over the next couple of days, he may even be able to exceed that."
"The student and I worked on reading cvc words with short vowel "a" and "e." She is doing tremendous in building her reading skills, and will refer to herself as a "reader." Her confidence is growing and is helping her achievement. We read some Bob books, and I left her 4 to read until I see her next."
"The student and I went over the schedule of physics and PreCalc assignments for the week to make sure that he was on track. We covered work concepts, equation, units, and problems; and power  concepts, equation, units, and problems. We reviewed some previously turned in PreCalc assignments. He redid them for more credit."
"Specifically, algebra 2 and geometry were covered. As this was just the start of the chapter, the student learned and homework was given to see what he might struggle with. The student wanted to learn and was very positive about the material to be studied. Making him attempt the problems by himself first after reviewing the basics was a strategy I included in this session."
"We talked about the trouble the student had on his test. Then, we reviewed some mistakes he sometimes makes with factorization and trigonometry identities. We will move on to the new chapters next time."
"The student and I made introductions, and then proceeded through a range of conversational topics. Her English is strong, though she has some errors in tense, particularly past and present perfect. She is very concerned about her accent, though I don't think it's as noticeable as she fears. I had opportunities to correct several mispronunciations, offer clarification on adjectives (stressed/ stressful, interested/ interesting), and provide her with some relevant vocabulary. We will aim to approach our lessons topic by topic, introducing key vocab and then rehearsing through conversation. Following this I will evaluate her and address any mistakes that arose, and we will then focus on these in revision."
"The student and I went over recognizing various words, and methods for sounding them out. He enjoyed talking about words and language while coloring. He enjoyed taking some sentence completion quizzes. I gave him a list of short common words to study before our next session."
"The student worked on appreciation/depreciation problems like half life problems. She was also introduced to arithmetic sequence problems. Since the topics were new, I'll print out more material for her to work on to improve her understanding."
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