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"The student and I began studying for his final as he presented me with all the material his cumulative would cover. We started at the beginning and covered some rudiments. I rapidly realized that it would be beneficial to cover some of the basics of the order of operations, solving linear equations and inequalities, and algebraic manipulations in detail, or else risk him losing points throughout the test on fundamental mistakes. Next week, he will bring a list of topics he has struggled with in the past or honestly cannot recall now, and we will work from that."
"The student and I began the lesson working on the mean value theorem. We discussed that
you begin the problem by finding the slope of the secant line, and then find the slope of
the tangent line. We then began a review of antidifferentiation, and finding the value of C. We discussed why there is a C value in the problem, and also how to find it. We finished the lesson by doing a review of usubstitution. We discussed how to decide the choice for U, and then how to make the appropriate substitutions to finish the problem. He worked very hard, and was a pleasure to work with."
you begin the problem by finding the slope of the secant line, and then find the slope of
the tangent line. We then began a review of antidifferentiation, and finding the value of C. We discussed why there is a C value in the problem, and also how to find it. We finished the lesson by doing a review of usubstitution. We discussed how to decide the choice for U, and then how to make the appropriate substitutions to finish the problem. He worked very hard, and was a pleasure to work with."
"The student and I began the session by reviewing two comprehension tests that he had not done well on. We reviewed the material and paused during the video to answer questions. He corrected incorrect answers. Then, we practiced multiplication and division. He has a fundamental understanding of basic operations involved but relies heavily on his multiplication chart and pictorial representations to arrive at an answer. We will continue to practice more mathematical facts to build automaticity so that he might move away from these supports eventually."
"The student and I began the session discussing what she has been doing in school. We then worked on reading comprehension strategies for about twenty minutes. She read for the first seven minutes or so, and then paused to summarize what she read. She then read for about twelve minutes, and paused every half page to make a prediction about what she thought would happen next in the story. After this, we transitioned to math, and she did a warm up on multiplication problems. We then did several problems practicing the lattice method for twodigit by twodigit multiplication."
"The student and I began the session reviewing upcoming assignments due and his grades.
Next, we worked on his vocabulary words that he will be tested on Friday. Lastly, we went over his math homework that consisted of finding coordinates and functions.
He is going to make sure he is journaling his Language Arts assignment. He will ask his Social Studies teacher if he can make test corrections and turn it in for extra credit."
Next, we worked on his vocabulary words that he will be tested on Friday. Lastly, we went over his math homework that consisted of finding coordinates and functions.
He is going to make sure he is journaling his Language Arts assignment. He will ask his Social Studies teacher if he can make test corrections and turn it in for extra credit."
"The student and I began this session by discussing how he could determine the equation of a parabola from the location of its directrix and its focus. I then had him work through some related problems. He struggled with the problems initially, but after I walked him through a similar example, he was able to solve them. We then spent most of the session going over how to solve quadratic equations by completing the square. I had him work through some problems that yielded real solutions, and a number that yielded complex solutions. He found these problems challenging, but he was always able to solve them, sometimes with a few suggestions."
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