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Auburn, WA Reading tutoring
Discussed which subjects were most difficult (Social Studies and Reading). Went over books assigned for the course. Explained to point out, circle uncertain words write definition and highlight the main point in each paragraph.
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Auburn, WA Reading tutoring
During this session the student and I reviewed some reading comprehension and followed up on the strategies utilized last session. He has an easier time focusing when he reads out loud and he finds it helpful to do so when we are together. I find that this definitely helps him because he is able to get a better understanding of the passage this way, mostly because he is remaining focused on its content. He was able to answer most of the questions well, but had trouble with defining words based on context. Once I pointed out what to look for he seemed to have a better handle on the types of questions, but it is definitely an area I will continue to work on with him. We also worked on some of a project he was doing on Hawaii, because he said he struggled with parts of this when he attempted it on his own. We finished up by working on some math review. The student continues to excel at graph questions and overall seems fairly strong in math.
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Auburn, WA Reading tutoring
The student and I discussed an O. Henry story he had read in class and that he expects to be quizzed on next week. We worked on how to make inferences from context and how to support an answer to a question with evidence from the text. He is able to explain the main plot points of a story, but he needs to practice supporting his answers and elaborating his answers. We used the rest of our time practicing chunking to increase reading fluency.
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Auburn, WA Reading tutoring
Tonight we worked on reading fluency and sight words. The student was able to get through three quarters of the list in two minutes (his goal time) with five errors. He read 91 words on his cold read and 128 words on his hot read. He was able to finish one really long chapter in his reading assignment. I gave him a little extra assignment in order for us to be prepared for the book report coming up - to write one sentence about each chapter he read in order, so that he could give a summary or retell in order of what he read.
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Auburn, WA Reading tutoring
The student and I worked on writing and responding to emails with professional criticism today. This included a breakdown of format, logical structure, and language choices. She wrote one of each, and we edited the letters together and discussed strengths and challenges of each type. Following this, she did some more timed passage correction practice to review all the material we've covered together in one exercise.
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Auburn, WA Reading tutoring
Today the student and I worked together on using his knowledge of the small "i" sound to decipher new words together. He is improving in his recall of the sounds that the letter "i" makes. Then, I reviewed a list of words utilizing the small "i" sound (sit, stitch). Once he was able to read all the words on the list correctly and without hesitation, I proposed a word scavenger hunt in the library. We looked around the library environment for items that he could identify and then write correctly, like chair, step, desk, and book. He showed great improvement in using his sounds of phonics to guess the correct spelling of words.
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