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Learning how to read is a process, and that process begins with phonics. A student's level of success in phonics is indicative of how strong of a reader they will be. That is why it's essential that students develop a solid understanding of phonics early on. That's not to say that students who struggle with phonics will never become a strong reader. There is still hope for them, but it's crucial that they get the help they need to try to overcome their learning obstacles. Fortunately, this help is available in the form of personal tutoring. If you want to try to help your child understand phonics and grow into a strong reader, consider partnering them with a personal phonics tutor. Varsity Tutors can find your child a talented phonics tutor in Cedar Park, TX, who can work with students at all proficiency levels.

Private phonics tutoring in Cedar Park, TX, will encourage your child to work smarter and achieve their goals in a shorter period of time. With one-on-one phonics tutoring, everything will revolve around your child's unique learning style. A phonics tutor will show up to every session with an arsenal of reading strategies and resources, and your child could have a say in which ones get implemented. This personalization is part of what makes one-on-one phonics tutoring so effective. It ensures that your child is learning in a way that truly makes sense for them. Any questions or concerns that your child has will always be addressed by their tutor will thoughtful, valuable feedback.

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Cedar Park, TX Phonics tutoring
**Get-to-know-you activity **more Latin and Greek root words **notes and examples for poetic devices and literary terms **reviewed poetry the student had written for school ** dissected her descriptive paragraph assignment **history of law documents that influenced or shaped the U.S.'s documents (Magna Carta, Mayflower Compact, etc.) ** three document-based constructed response questions of social studies **assigned two more ACT vocabulary sheets to be completed for next week **assigned a reading selection from the novel she will be reading independently
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Cedar Park, TX Phonics tutoring
Today I taught the student how to identify conjunctions, prepositions, articles, and indirect objects. He did very well and remembered our previous parts-of-speech lessons without a problem. Afterwards, I gave him a reading comprehension practice and then we worked on spelling. Finally, I reviewed his vocab cards with him and discussed how to properly use them in a sentence.
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Cedar Park, TX Phonics tutoring
I introduced a new vocabulary list to the student today; he has graduated to a new grade level with this! I purposefully left out the parts of speech for each word, and asked him to identify these. We discussed questions to ask oneself when determining parts of speech, such as "Does the word describe how something is done or where or when it is done? If 'yes,' then it's an adverb." The student got about 60% of these correct. He is still challenged by differentiating between verbs and adverbs, as well as adjectives and adverbs. In preparation for a punctuation board game, he and I discussed the main types of punctuation and when and for what purpose they are used. Judging from the little that I've seen of his writing, he has a rudimentary understanding of punctuation such as colons, semicolons, quotations, etc. So I am making this topic a priority for the next few sessions.
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Cedar Park, TX Phonics tutoring
For this session, the student and I began the unit pertaining to Indian folk literature. We spent the majority of the session working on an activity that familiarized her with a few myths and ideologies of Indian folk culture. She greatly enjoyed reading about the origins of karma, dharma, and reincarnation. After we finished the introductory section, she completed the quiz for the section. At the end of the session, I reminded her to remain diligent and continue working on the English units covering Romeo and Juliet.
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Cedar Park, TX Phonics tutoring
1) 1:00-1:45 - Began session finishing English, Lesson 18 - speech in essay format. The student walked me through the process of completing the remaining 3 paragraphs. She did a great job. 2) 1:45-2:30 - Lesson 19 began with the Robert Frost poem, "The Road Not Take." We discussed what make a poem a poem; how it works through images, both visual and sensory. She was quick to get to the deeper meaning/metaphor of the poem. We moved on to read about types of poetry and figures of speech. Then we read two poems and answered all but one of the questions that followed. The remaining questions are a chart, and we will finish Friday. 3) Homework: She will "make something" and get the book and encyclopedia entry necessary for the remaining two SS lessons. We are almost caught up!
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Cedar Park, TX Phonics tutoring
We started with computer sentence completion and the student did very well. We defined the word 'appear' because she asked what it meant in the sentence. She did much better with comprehension with this story. Then she picked a book for the read aloud and she did wonderfully with the reading and re-telling. We defined the word royal. Then we focused on a short story and six comprehension questions. She did well with this.
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