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Elementary Math Tutoring review by Kayla in Weber State University, UT
The student and I began our session working with beads, and used bracelets with different patterns of colors to create different fractions and to convert between fractions, decimals, and percentages. We also used the beads to practice proportion problems, to create ratio tables, and to answer questions regarding probability. She is making a lot of progress with her multiplication tables, and scored much higher on her assessment!
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Elementary Math Tutoring review by Kenneth in Weber State University, UT
The student and I continue to review his summer math packet. The concepts include adding and multiplying fractions, measuring and identifying angles, multiplication of two-digit numbers, addition and subtraction of up to six-digit numbers, area and perimeter, and word problems. The student continues to demonstrate a very good understanding of these concepts. His one area that he needs reinforcement is in reading word problems carefully to find what is needed to solve them. He continues to write out problems rather than trying to figure them out in his head, which is good.
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Elementary Math Tutoring review by Clare in Weber State University, UT
The student and I continued our work with 5th grade math, focusing on a wide range of topics, including division, area, multiplication, and mean/median/mode. While she has trouble differentiating between these, she can solve them once she knows which definition she is following. We also introduced basic algebra, which was very successful!
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Elementary Math Tutoring review by Marc in Weber State University, UT
The student and I continued practicing adding and subtracting larger numbers. We talked about the vocabulary words sum, difference, and pattern. He does a great job reading and saying the numbers correctly. We also looked at model representations of various numbers. We worked on some word problems involving addition and subtraction as well. I left some worksheets with his dad for him to work on. I also gave him his own addition and subtraction flashcards to practice on at home. I encouraged him to start memorizing his doubles (i.e., 4+4). He does a terrific job paying attention and loves to participate. He is quickly understanding the concepts of addition and subtraction. I enjoy working with him and was happy to have met his dad today. It was an excellent session.
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Elementary Math Tutoring review by Hannah in Weber State University, UT
The student and I continued to practice her ability to measure angles using a protractor. She is very good at doing this. We will continue to revisit this skill. We also continue to review the method of long division, and she is progressing very nicely with this method. She is able to do it most of the time on her own with no supervision. She and I also worked on how to write a cohesive, organized summary paragraph based off of a reading passage. I gave her a "writing formula" sheet to help her with her chapter summaries that she will be working on.
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Elementary Math Tutoring review by John in Weber State University, UT
The student and I continued to practice our math facts in short spurts between learning new concepts and reviewing recent ones. He was sharp today on the facts, and after the first set began to go as fast as he did at the end of the school year, with full confidence. He only goes slow because he wants to be perfect, and so for him to go fast he has to be fully confident. We learned about how slope in a graph can depict speed when time and distance are the coordinates. We reviewed how to describe a line with the standard point-slope formula. We talked about angles using a trigonometric graphic depiction and he intuited how far around we would have to go to get to various angle measures. He was very good at long division today, and at calculating the missing angle in geometric drawings.
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