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"The student and I focused on the topics for her next two tests: systems of equations and matrices. We also reviewed trig identities and graphing trig identities.
She got a B on her last test and is now passing the class, which is great news."
She got a B on her last test and is now passing the class, which is great news."
"The student and I first identified her strengths and weaknesses on the SAT and developed a manageable plan for the next 8 weeks. We focused mainly on Reading and Math example problems during this session. In reading, we discussed strategies for solving with clues from the text. We also reviewed strategies for geometry. I quickly went over her essay to give general feedback and justification for her score, and we decided to look at exemplar writing samples next week and try a practice writing test next week. Also, next week we will place heavy focus on math and time needed for problems. She will work on 2 sections of a diagnostic test so I can compare the data to her SAT score breakdown."
"We worked through about half of her pre calculus homework. Since it has been a while since she did graphing we spent the majority of our time working through point slope formula and various permutation of problems regarding that. After going through everything regarding point slope. Session went very well. We worked on basic math addition and rounding followed by ancient world history. We worked through some of the basic information regarding Egyptology and ancient Mesopotamian culture. We only worked for an hour as opposed to an hour and a half just because she was quick in understanding and in computation of her math problems. "
"The student and I talked about the test she took today and how she felt about it. We also talked about how she studies for the test and what progress she is making in the class. I also helped her review the homework assignment she had for today."
"The student and I worked on her Physics for the first half of the lesson. First, we talked about the theoretical component of chapter 8, which is Work, Energy (Potential and Kinetic), Power, and how energy converts from potential and kinetic. Then we completed all her homework assignments. We solved some extra problems involving potential and kinetic energy, and work. The rest of the session was spent working on Algebra. I showed her the methodology stepbystep and then we solved a few equations together. Then I gave her about ten equations to solve on her own and I showed her how to go over her work and recheck her work. I assigned homework for both Algebra and Physics."
"Worked on solutions and their properties. Discussed different types of mixtures. Covered concentration units (molarity, molality) and their relation to both stoichiometry and colligative properties. Went over ionic equations."
"We reviewed food vocabulary. Made a spreadsheet for verbs we used in every class. speak about buying things in the store. Progress achieved: He will be able to buy in a store and to order in a restaurant. Good class!"
"Today student 1 and I focused on timed mathematics achievement questions. He practiced answering questions, and we spent time dissecting problems together. We spent additional time identifying the ways in which he can approach questions with graphs and other data. Student 2 and I focused on mathematics tricks for multiplying sixes, sevens, and eights. Then, we spent time multiplying fractions, multiplying large decimal numbers, and multiplying multistep world problems."
"During this lesson we reviewed vocabulary related to city life and the countryside. Later we worked on a homework assignment to practice the imperfect pasttense in short paragraphs. We also exchanged short text messages in Spanish."
"Today we covered three problems that focused primarily on circles, their chords and the perpendicular bisector of their chords, along with the general equations for a circle. We also had some review of triangles, similar, right, trigonometric functions without calculators and the intersection of medians of a triangle."
"This session we had a lot to do! We looked at the student's writing assignment. He has great comprehension and ideas, but we are working on punctuation and sentence structure so that his writing is free of grammatical errors. We studied vocab for the test tomorrow, coming up with functional sentences, examples, and memory cues for each word. He completed the practice math test."
"We went over last week's book and sight words. The student did okay and we worked on putting together sounds that she is familiar with. She did well with her writing and review of some flash cards. When there is some overlap between schoolwork and what we cover she does better and has more confidence without needing much encouragement."
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