Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"Today, the student and I studied double-object pronouns. He did a great job keeping-up with saying phrases requiring a double pronoun, such as, "yes, I brought it to them" with "it" and "them" being the two pronouns needed to complete each sentence."
"In today's session the student and I reviewed reflexive verbs and the associated vocabulary (getting dressed, getting ready for bed, etc.). We also did some practice speaking for an upcoming quiz. We then reviewed the use of the infinitive after various prepositions and phrases such as "acabar de." The student did very well with all of this. Her spelling could use a little improvement, but by and large she showed a strong grasp of the material. At the end of the session I created a practice quiz to test what we had gone over in the session, and the student got almost every question correct. I think that if the student spends a little time reviewing her vocabulary, she will do very well on her quiz this Thursday."
"We continue with verbs and real life scripts. The student is progressing on sounding out Spanish words and grammar. The students attitude is always eager to learn and positive. Strategies used were continuing sentence structure and I also emailed review material until the next session."
"We spent the duration of our session reading one of the student's Spanish books so that he could work on his reading and pronunciation, as well as add to his growing Spanish vocabulary."
"Spanish house vocab. He has a quiz on Friday on the material. He also has a bio quiz Friday that we will prepare for on Thursday. He told me his Bio and Spanish grades have both improved over the last few weeks."
"In this session we worked mainly on vocabulary on the new chapter. This chapter is about means of transportation, mainly cars. We covered parts of a car, types of cars, highways, streets. In addition to that we worked on verbs and expressions to use with the vocabulary words. We worked on a few exercises as well. Finally we added this information to his notes to help the student review for his upcoming quiz or test."