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At our first meeting we covered the basics of thermodynamics (calorimetry, Hess's Law, enthalpies of reaction/formation, bond dissociation energies). We did several practice problems that demonstrated how different techniques can be used to determine the energy change of a reaction. We also discussed entropy and related the concept to enthalpy and Gibb's free energy. Finally, we began discussing redox reactions. Our next session will be on Friday.
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The student and I worked hard on reviewing concepts currently being covered in her chemistry class, such as converting between moles and grams, predicting molar amounts from balanced equations, calculating molarity, as well as understanding and using bole's law/equation. As always, this was a very productive session and I look forward to working with her again soon.
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We went over her new notes on potential energy, potential difference, and capacitance. We spent a lot of time on evaluating how electric field, charge, voltage, capacitance and energy stored change when you vary different properties of capacitors. We also spent a lot of time on the difference between potential and potential energy. I told her to look at both of those concepts again before her quiz on Friday.
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Today, the student showed me his IA (midterm) grade in science from last week and he got an 84%! He and his mother were VERY proud! A high IA grade will definitely help boost his overall science grade. He completed most of his science homework in class, so I just quizzed him on a few of the concepts (physical vs. chemical change; heterogeneous vs. homogeneous mixtures). Then, we completed his math homework: identifying 3D objects, drawing lines to break up composite shapes, then finding the entire area of a composite shape. He completed his math homework early, so I gave him another practice problem of finding perimeter and area of a composite shape. These are SUPER tricky, but he is definitely showing improvement (this is a concept that I want to continue working on with him, which I'm sure he will continue to do in class as well). He is such a wonderful kid, and I can see he is gaining confidence in math and science quickly.
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The student and I covered circuits for his exam tomorrow. I had him try all the problems we did before on his own, as well as let him attempt new ones on his own. He has trouble with some of the concepts still, but he is working to alleviate that, and I gave him some pointers to help him remember various ideas in circuits.
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We worked and almost finished the student's solar system project. This included figuring out ten made up planets' tilt, rotation, revolution, days in a year, hours in a day, and change in seasons based on their tilt. After that, we made the solar system on a Google Doc with the sun as the center and measuring out the different planets accordingly and creating the key as a table in Word docs. The remaining work that needs to be finished is to make sure the tilt and rotation of the planets is indicated and those of the moons on each planet as well and to finish the second table (key). I left him with instructions and gave examples of how to do this, and he knows he can contact me with any additional questions.
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