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Gilbert, AZ Latin tutoring
Focused on vocabulary, grammar, and translation. Her grammar is fine and she picks things up quickly, so things are progressing well in that regard. As for translation, all that is needed is more practice. She should continue focusing on vocabulary and mottos for the following week.
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Gilbert, AZ Latin tutoring
This session we worked from chapters 2 and 3 of the book. The student's comprehension of grammatical concepts and function is good, but he's still having trouble with memorizing paradigms and specifically identifying verbs in isolation (i.e., describing their person and number) from context. Another challenge is cross-declensional noun-adjective agreement, but we're making much more progress on that front. I assigned a fair bit of extra practice for him over the weekend.
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Gilbert, AZ Latin tutoring
We began by reviewing linear equations: solving, graphing and interpreting. I gave the student some equations to work with from his workbook and he correctly graphed and interpreted them all. He does well at translating from Ax + By = C form to slope intercept form which is much easier to use when graphing. He understands the concept of slope and intercepts. He will have a quarterly test on Thursday, so we went over some testing strategies, since time constraints can cause him to rush and make small mistakes. We then reviewed his current Latin vocabulary and I shared some tricks to finding gender and genitives and principal parts.
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Gilbert, AZ Latin tutoring
We reviewed for an upcoming quiz on class stories. We also discussed grammatical topics including perfect passive and present active participles, comparative and superlative adjectives, indirect statements, and reflexives.
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Gilbert, AZ Latin tutoring
This session we reviewed chapter 23 vocab. We discussed etymology, English cognates, Latin antonyms, Latin roots, and other memorization strategies. No concerns.
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Gilbert, AZ Latin tutoring
The student is studying for a comprehensive test, and of the concepts, she feels least secure about the ablative absolute. I started by explaining the concept, and then giving her a bunch of sentences in Latin with different kinds of ablative absolute and having her translate them. Then we did English to Latin. She seemed to understand better by the end, but has to think hard to come up with endings that need to be automatic. We will continue to work on this. I'm seeing a lot of improvement, however, and once she understands a thing, she tends to get it well.
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