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We went over the student's "Transcendental" poem to better align it with his teacher's rubric. It was already good, but now it is much better. He works quickly and efficiently. He has a number of things to add (video and photos), but he is on the right track.
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For our first session, the student and I focused on getting to know each other and setting some goals for our tutoring sessions. He worked on two different assignments he received in his English class: a persuasive essay with counter arguments, and a worksheet on adverbs. He said he found this combination of writing and grammar very useful and wants to spend half of future sessions on writing and half on parts of speech/ grammar practice. I'm very much looking forward to future sessions with him!
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Today, the student and I worked on his History midterm project. We completed his assignment and researched/finalized his five historical figures for the five time periods he has studied in class this semester. He will eventually need to create a brochure promoting these historical figures and the cities they originated from. I assisted him in deciding on specific locations for the tours in his brochure and why the places were worth visiting. In addition, we reviewed his upcoming debate again to make sure he was ready for the speech. We discussed his points and reviewed his arguments and questions.
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The student and I reviewed his essay about the entertainment value of the gods. We talked about elements of comedic writing, such as ironic juxtaposition. We also talked about beginning an essay of this type with a grounding anecdote. His beginning anecdote was strong, but beginning with his second sentence he established the informal tone really well and also ground the reader in a journey to ancient Greece. The essay established the melodramatic nature of the gods well with specific examples. We also worked through several more Latin sentences and had a discussion pertaining to his current reading about the downsides of censorship and communism, which led into a talk about the Cold War. For next time, we will begin an essay on this topic. In the meantime, he will continue by reading the next chapter in Wheelock's Latin. Great work with the Latin and the essays! Your curiosity is leading to exceptionally strong, interesting ideas and writing.
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Denver, CO Literature tutoring
The student and I went over upcoming assignments for classes. We focused on algebra 1. We managed to review domain and range as well as functions for his upcoming retakes. We also reviewed how to move a linear equation into slope intercept form. When it comes to Algebra it is clear that he needs consistent and continuous practice.
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Denver, CO Literature tutoring
Today with the student, we continued work for both Environmental Science and Sociology. She has a significant amount of work to complete in the next two weeks before her semester ends, especially because her grade in both Dance and Sociology is right on the cusp between A and B. For ENVS 210, she had two chapters to read, accompanied by 75+ review questions and then 10 questions each as an assignment. For Sociology, we had to start going through the material that will be on the next and final exam, which is ten entire chapters' worth. If she gets a solid A on both the exam and the final journal assignment, she will get an A in the class, so the next few weeks are critical.
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