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ACT English Tutoring review by Maggie in Framingham, MA
We went through a writing skills sections. As her vocab is improving, so are her critical reading answers!
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ACT English Tutoring review by Jackson in Framingham, MA
Today we continued our work on the Math section of the ISEE. I had her do a series of problems with increasing difficulty that walked her through the different steps of solving equations. By the end of the session she had most of it down.
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ACT English Tutoring review by Najwa in Framingham, MA
Today was my first session with the student and it went very well. I had assigned him homework prior and we went over it (specifically verbal work). I e-mailed him all the vocabulary we had learned afterwards. He is a very active learner and gives very detailed sentences when I ask him to use the words in a sentence. I really appreciate this since I believe keeping students engaged is vital. I assigned him math homework (as he had asked and what I had planned).
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ACT English Tutoring review by Terry in Framingham, MA
The student and I practiced on some PSAT material since he has worked all the way through both GED math practice tests, and PSAT offers similar questions, with some exceptions which we will skip. I asked the student to complete the first nine questions independently so that we could discuss misses after. This is important to help emphasize to the student where he needs to keep practicing and where he has gained some ground. The student successfully completed several problems requiring proportional reasoning and was partially successful on most others in this set. We reviewed taking fractional amounts of a whole number; finding the total number of possible combinations (6 x 3 x 4, e.g.); several proportion questions; some vocabulary, including odd/even numbers and various regular n-gon names; and evaluating expressions, including the difference between squaring a negative and taking the negative of a square. With a little support the student was able to isolate a given variable in an equation by correctly taking square roots of both sides. He is making progress, though the math needs much ongoing practice. The student sent me two paragraphs he had written in response to a prompt requiring choosing the better-supported of two arguments re: benefits/risks of stem cell research. While he had made a start at analyzing the two arguments, we discussed that he needed to respond directly to the prompt by stating which was the better argument and giving reasons by directly citing the text. The student stated in discussion that he thought the "for" argument was stronger because it presented more "facts, research, dates." I suggested a paragraph specifying these (giving examples directly from the text) as well as a paragraph describing the weaknesses of the other argument, and then a summary statement. I asked the student to redo this extended response and send it to me by our Friday session.
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ACT English Tutoring review by Christi in Framingham, MA
We reviewed SAT critical reading sample tests. We took one passage and broke it down one sentence at a time to understand it. The student then answered the sample questions. He struggled to begin with in understanding the language used in the passage. However, as we began to discuss the passage more he began to really grasp the topic. He answered the questions correctly. We then moved to some SAT flash cards for language. We finished by completing a logic problem. The purpose in using this was to get him thinking how to read carefully and make connections with the material. He seemed to enjoy it a great deal, and by the end of the session, he was leading the task. I asked him to find an article to read that interested him and to bring it to the next session.
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ACT English Tutoring review by Ryan in Framingham, MA
We covered more math problems. This time we covered exponent and radical rules. The student started to get a good understanding of the material. I assigned her a little homework covering fractions as well as factoring.
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