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Computer Science Tutoring review by Daniel in St. John, IN
The student and I translated English sentences into Latin dealing with the Gerund, Gerundive and Passive Periphrastic. We also discussed along with her Mom what she might do to get a better grade in Latin III.
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Computer Science Tutoring review by Tiffany in St. John, IN
Today, I worked with  the student  by himself, so I was able to incorporate English words more since he is able to read. I created new index cards for ten 'opposite' words that we covered in previous lessons; however, this time, I made two cards for each word - one in English and the other in Mandarin. I then had  him play a matching game with the cards, which helped him to really identify the English word with its Chinese pronunciation. Because it was his first time working with these cards, but with practice I'm sure he will improve over time. Lastly, I taught him a few basic vocabulary words relating to facial features, such as eyes, ears, nose, and mouth and used them repeatedly. He caught onto these pretty easily. Overall, today was a great session, and it was nice to be able to tailor it specifically to the student.
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Computer Science Tutoring review by Linda in St. John, IN
The student and I reviewed our letters and letter sounds today. As a refresher and to add a "little" fun into learning, I let her use an app that asked her to choose the correct letter given several choices. This helped me to evaluate which letters she recognizes and which ones she is still having trouble with. I introduced her to the difference between what a word and a letter is. The student learned a new sight word, 'to.' The book that she is reading right now has several sight words in which she can use as a review of the words we've learned.
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Computer Science Tutoring review by Lee in St. John, IN
We worked on several forms of differentiation.  The main focus was the product rule, quotient rule, and chain rule.  We also did a bit of trigonometry and some unit circle practice.  Last, I exposed her to local maximum and minimum calculations.  
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Computer Science Tutoring review by Patrick in St. John, IN
Reviewed basic concept of entry exam and worked with client through the first three sections of the exam prep book. Assessed client's basic math and reading knowledge, and worked sample problems from book (approximately 4-5 questions from each section). Client excelled on reading comprehension!
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Computer Science Tutoring review by Jennifer in St. John, IN
Student A: Student A and I spent some time discussing her current scores before setting goals for each section. We worked on the reading section of practice test 1 for the remainder of the session, going through the passages one by one and discussing different methods she could use to help her answer the questions more efficiently. Student B: Student B also spoke of wanting to raise her score and set a few goals. We then worked through the math section of practice test 1. I noticed that Student B is very comfortable with questions involving proportions but struggles with word problems and area vs perimeter, so we will definitely continue to work on those. Both students seem committed to raising their scores and were a pleasure to work with. The goals that they set are certainly feasible, and I look forward to helping them work toward those goals.
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