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Gilbert, AZ Microbiology tutoring
We went over meiosis in depth, as well as Mendelian genetics (dominant/recessive, codominance/incomplete dominance, Punnett squares, laws of segregation vs. independent assortment, etc.).
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Gilbert, AZ Microbiology tutoring
We finished reviewing the unit on bonding. We focused on dipole moments, resonance structures, and formal charge. The student really mastered this unit early on and understood newer concepts quickly. We also began discussing plans for the next unit on VSEPR and molecular orbital theory. We will make a plan on how to tackle this more difficult unit at our next session.
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Gilbert, AZ Microbiology tutoring
Monday's session went well. I put up the a previous year's exam on the smart board, and the students took turns answering the questions. I made sure it was a comfortable atmosphere so that no one felt embarrassed or bad about answering incorrectly. We not only discussed why the correct answer was correct but why the incorrect ones were incorrect as well. Any time students had questions about particular topics, I made sure to address that concept and discuss and draw out explanations. This model worked out well, not only allowing me to address all of the students throughout the session but to address their needs instead of the whole year's worth of information.
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Gilbert, AZ Microbiology tutoring
Today we continued reviewing material for the student's final. We looked over old exam problems, including electrostatic forces, fields, potentials, charge distributions, and basic circuit theory. I have been trying to illustrate the form of questions that exams are likely to use for the material, including general solutions and exploiting symmetry in problems. She seems to understand everything when it's in front of her.
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Gilbert, AZ Microbiology tutoring
On his previous exam on gas laws, the student did not do well which means that there is a fundamental basic on this topic that he is missing. We went over his test and we analyzed the questions that he got wrong to find out what he was not grasping. He had taken a quiz on gas laws prior to the test and had done poorly on that as well. Looking over his wrong answers I could immediately see that the same types of questions that he got wrong on the quiz , he also got wrong on the test. We actually went over a thorough re-test of the quiz material which he scored an A on after I corrected it. After we reviewed all concepts that he missed, we moved onto his algebra coursework for the last quarter of his session. We focused on doing a review for his upcoming chapter 12 test by giving him practice problems from the cumulative review in the back of his textbook chapter. He found the material easy while we were studying the individual sections so it was no surprise that he breezed through the cumulative review. Next week he should be moving onto chapter 13 so we will work on that material during our next session.
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Gilbert, AZ Microbiology tutoring
The student and I did some hands-on activities for her material to review. She worked on body systems and how they interact to maintain homeostasis in the body. We did a simulation with disease vectors, showing how viruses can be spread and infect humans and the sort of biological and ecological damage it can cause. To work on her force and motion material, we did an activity that works with momentum, velocity, trajectory, friction, and practicing Newton's laws by working a trebuchet and seeing how it interacts with different weights of objects and throwing them different distances and trying to accomplish different activities in the game. She completed her homework, which had some items from earth science and planetary science, and then she completed an astronomy quiz online that she got 100 percent on. She is doing fantastic, and we may go back to some more traditional reviews for her next meeting.
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