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We are beginning to review for midterm on Friday. We did an overview of entire course up to this point. I left her with specific instructions on how to study and what to have prepared for our review session on Thursday.
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Today, we began our new unit on weather by talking about temperature. The students knew that temperature was a measure of heat but no more than that. By investigating an online app, they were able to grow their understanding by seeing how more heat resulted in faster speeds. They also observed that the volume would keep decreasing as the temperature decreased. We discussed what the limit of that behavior might be, and they correctly identified that the volume can't go below zero. From there, we defined 0 K as the temperature at which the motion and volume of a gas is zero. For math, the student jumped back into solving equations with fractional coefficients. She remembered the process, but the application is more difficult. We spent our time going over problems and trying to build models to better understand the question. She will be assigned additional practice around this topic.
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We did some discreet center of mass calculations, and the student was able to do them without assistance by the end. Then, we did some discrete moment of inertia problems, and she had no problem with those. Then, we did a complicated center of mass integration, and she was able to follow the solution and could repeat the main points. Then, we did a moment of inertia by direct integration, and again, she had no problem. She is good at calculus, which is a big help.
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El Monte, CA Physiology tutoring
We covered fluid mosaic model, functions of membrane proteins, membrane semi-permeability, structure of phospholipid, diffusion, osmosis, facilitated diffusion, active transport, tonicity (hypertonic, hypotonic, isotonic), exocytosis, endocytosis, pinocytosis, and receptor-mediated endocytosis. The student did very well. She was pretty much prepared for the test; she just needed little help with clarifying some concepts. She had a good attitude towards learning. I suggested that she would probably benefit from getting a review book with questions in it.
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El Monte, CA Physiology tutoring
The student and I continued reviewing for her chemistry test, and she seemed more comfortable with the material this time around, even if she doubted her answers a little bit. We spent more time on calorimetry questions, including bomb calorimetry. I tried to help her use units to figure out which version of the calorimetry equation to use. She needs to be careful with her algebra when setting up the problems. We also reviewed Hess' law again, both conceptually and with a few calculation practice problems. We talked about the different ways her professor could include stoichiometry, and the importance of being able to convert from whatever amount she starts with (grams, liters, etc.) to moles. We also briefly went over percent yield. Fingers crossed for tomorrow!
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The student started a new chapter for class and has only covered two lectures worth of material. We went over different classifiers of behavior and found examples of each (both organismal and cellular). We also worked through a post-lab question that was confusing. For next time, she and I will prepare for her final test in the course and lab-section.
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