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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
Is working on equations with fractions. Understands how to work with fractions to get them out of an equation, but just needs more practice with dividing fractions and working with the small tricks I showed for simplifying.
Science review, strategies and an untimed exam for control purposes. It looks like science is going to be more content/strategies, and reading is going to be more timing-focused. I have some additional ACT tests that we'll try on Saturday the 4th.
The student has been out sick from school the last couple of days, so we went over the topics she's missed and worked through a lab assignment. Her class is working on solutions and colligative properties, so we talked about why having more particles in a solution raises the boiling point and depresses the freezing point.
The students and I discussed the circumstances surrounded the need for tutoring and their goals for it. Then, one of the students took a diagnostic test for English skills.
Worked with the student on revisions to his outline. After that, we reviewed his work cited page. He has a Monday appointment for his initial rough draft.
The student had a review worksheet for algebra that she wanted to work on. The worksheet covered chapter 3, which involved solving and graphing linear equation, as well as direct variation equations. The student has little trouble solving equations once they are set up, but had some trouble remembering some of the steps involved in graphing. We went over what it means to be an intercept, and how we can use those to graph lines. Also, we talked about slope-intercept form, and how that helps us graph equations.
Worked textbook problems on applications for acute triangles, including area of a triangle, the law of sines, and the law of cosines. We will conclude our pre-exam preparation on Wednesday evening with a full concept review and more problems.
We focused primarily on his genetics PowerPoint. I did not see any score/grades to note progress. I helped him with questions that could be asked based on the information presented in the PowerPoint. No concerns for this session.
Today we continued reviewing the redox reactions. Tomorrow the student has a test, therefore we did some practice problems. She needs to read one more chapter from her book to be ready for her test.
This was our last session and it went well. Both students have to study for their finals and most of the subjects that they will be tested on had been covered in previous sessions, with the exception of volumes. We spent time going over volumes of different shapes and solving problems. The last twenty minutes were spent working on problems related to order or operations and proper use of parentheses. They both seem to have a good grasp on the subject.
The student has his AP Bio exam next week, so tonight we did a review and practice test on AP Bio. He is right at the A/B mark on the practice test grading, so I think he will be just fine.
Reviewed secants, chords, and arcs. Used new theorems to solve problems related to these concepts. Calculated angles that were inscribed within a circle. Moved ahead one chapter to keep student one section ahead of the class to increase his understanding of what is being presented.
How can a Varsity Tutors tutor help you learn Elementary Math?
Is math homework a hassle for your child? A talented tutor can make a significant difference in a child’s approach to math, as well as his or her motivation to perform calculations, understand math concepts, and decode word problems. Our tutors are conveniently located around Washington DC, making them accessible from any location, and can evaluate your child’s strengths and weaknesses. Customized elementary math tutoring focuses on the areas of greatest importance, whether long division, fractions or decimals, measurements, story problems, etc. A personal learning plan ensures your child makes the most out of his or her study time. Taking advantage of elementary math tutoring may give your child the confidence in their math skills to gain a lifelong appreciation for numbers.
The one-on-one approach a tutor provides can be crucial to grasping math concepts: a skilled tutor will adapt the sessions to your child’s level and ensure the work is always challenging, but never overwhelming. Success in early math concepts can help build a foundation for later coursework, giving you a strong background for advanced topics. By integrating games and activities, elementary math tutoring with Varsity Tutors can make math engaging, interesting, and fun! Call our directors today to learn about our excellent DC-area elementary math tutors at a convenient location near you!
Varsity Tutors offers Elementary Math tutoring in Washington DC. Our tutors are certified to teach K-8 grades, with many having a math specialization.
Being one of the three "R’s" (Reading, Writing, Arithmetic), elementary math skills are fundamental building blocks. The math skills learned in Kindergarten and Elementary School determine whether your student will be on an accelerated track to higher mathematics, or be left behind. In fact, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) recommend in their standards that young students should already be using algebraic reasoning during Elementary School.
An elementary math tutor from Varsity Tutors can maximize your student’s mathematics potential. Our tutors can teach Numbers and Operations, Pre-Algebra Concepts, Geometry, and Measurement. With activities, games, and manipulatives, our tutors engage students’ interest while teaching crucial math skills.
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