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Receive personally tailored 9th Grade Reading lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

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Online 9th Grade Reading Tutoring review by Penni
The student told me that he received a 100 on the exam over "The Outsiders." We then went over the literary terms he had been given to review for the final exam. We were able to use characters and themes seen in "The Outsiders" to exemplify the terms he was studying.
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Online 9th Grade Reading Tutoring review by Renee
The focus for the two boys was inference and implied main idea. We also reviewed the material for summer work and upcoming assignments and tasks that they will be encountering once school begins. This determination was based on the curriculum guides that were posted on the school district web-site. I left both students with work for extra practice. I also had the first student choose a book to read during the summer from which I will be working on various aspects with him in relationship to the Common Core Standards for 6th grade Language Arts. The second student has two books he needs to read over the summer and we will be working on reviewing the concepts of those books as well.
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Online 9th Grade Reading Tutoring review by Vanessa
This was our first session. We practiced identifying subjects and supporting details in paragraphs and short stories. The student easily identified the subjects and supporting details in sports stories he was interested in, but we will be focusing on his ability to delve as deeply into the material assigned by his teacher when he is not as interested in the material. He is going to read from his assigned book, and I gave him some specific items to work on until our next session.
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Online 9th Grade Reading Tutoring review by Louis
We finished talking about The House on Mango Street. We focused on style and themes in the book. The use of language and poetic style of the book led us to discuss the obscured political statements in the book. This was our last tutoring session this summer.
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Online 9th Grade Reading Tutoring review by Patrick
The student and I worked on understanding prefixes and associating particular meanings with each prefix. We also worked on understanding and identifying the root to the word and determining the words meaning from its prefix and its root. Then, we worked on identifying and discerning between concrete nouns and abstract nouns.
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Online 9th Grade Reading Tutoring review by Janet
The student and I worked to complete her graphic worksheet, finishing both the characterizations and the literary devices. We also made a 'rough draft' outline of the reading so far, as a starting point for her Timeline Project. The student struggled most with finding an onomatopoeia, and finding a direct characterization of the character's bravery in the text. The student was supposed to complete her journals, but had not yet begun to revise the ones we had edited together previously. I left her with instructions to revise the ones we'd edited together and continue writing the remaining journals based on our brainstorm charts.
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