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Algebra Tutoring review by Robert in Tustin, CA
The student and I discussed how to graph linear equations and find the slope. We worked on slope-intercept form and developed strategies for her upcoming test.
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Algebra Tutoring review by Sara in Tustin, CA
We started a new chapter. The student did great on her last test, improving two full grades from the last test!
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Algebra Tutoring review by Karin in Tustin, CA
We talked about taking her time and slowing down on her work. The student knows the process and the formulas. We started to review for her final. We went back to the start of the last 4 chapters and looked over some sections and worked on problems as we went along.
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Algebra Tutoring review by Kasra in Tustin, CA
In this session with the student, we reviewed the very important concept of factoring binomials. This is a concept that many students have problems with when they first are introduced to it. I was very impressed by his ability to grasp this tough concept so quickly, even when his teacher hasn't even introduced him to it yet. He didn't have any difficulties at all during our session, even as the factoring problems continued to become more difficult. I could tell that he was noticeably pleased with his progress through the session, as he should have been. I taught him the method for factoring binomials, and he picked that up very quickly and used it effectively to solve every problem. For extra practice, I gave him some of the most difficult factoring problems from his book that we didn't take a chance to attempt during the session. Since he was on spring break last week, he did not have any scores or grades to report. However, I am confident that he will excel through the end of this school year, as he has done very well throughout the beginning of his algebra material.
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Algebra Tutoring review by John in Tustin, CA
This session was our first so I prioritized obtaining a grasp of the situation. The student is finishing up his first year of high school and is therefore almost done with his year of algebra. From what I understand, his class is currently solving basic quadratic equations and graphing linear equations. The worksheet he showed me (given to him two days ago in class) focused on solving quadratic equations using the "zero product" property. We rewound the tape a bit and tried to get him to understand what "foiling" binomials and "factoring" trinomials were instead of just getting him to go through the motions. We also went through the basic algebra terminology like expressions vs. equations. I showed him why the distribution property made sense using a geometric analogy and expanded the idea onto binomial multiplication. He knew how to "foil" (multiply) binomials fairly comfortably but did not have a strong grasp on how to "go backwards" or factor the trinomials into its binomial factors. So during this session, we focused on how to factor basic trinomials. We built his familiarity with the relationship between "foiling" and factoring and in turn built up his confidence in dealing with equations/expressions. We made good headway into laying a foundation. I look forward to continuing the progress next week!
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Algebra Tutoring review by Candelario in Tustin, CA
Our session consisted mostly of solving linear equations for y. The student had a bit of trouble understanding the steps at first. After some explanation and several examples, she was able to complete some of the problems on her own. The next section of her assignment involved finding the slope intercept form of a line given the slope and the y-intercept or given the graph of the line. She was able to understand this section quickly. The last section we went over involved finding an expression for the area of a shape such as a triangle where the base and the height were given as expressions of x rather than just numbers. After I explained the concept, she was able to complete some problems on her own. We scheduled the next session for April 21 at 7pm.
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