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English Grammar and Syntax Tutoring review by Deirdre in Kansas City, MO
Today we organized the student's English school subject homework and papers into binder and notebooks. He had a good attitude when we were trying to figure out an organization system for all his English subjects. Since he's a visual learner, I decided to incorporate his favorite colors in his binders and notebooks and have a visual example for how everything should be organized included in the first page in his binder and each section he has for each subject that explains the order of what should go first. I told him that he could use this same organization method for his French subjects. Since this is the second session, we were trying to get the organization of his materials and did not have time to go over his other subjects. With all the subjects he has to study for in both French and English, I think it is a big win because we managed to successfully organize four subjects worth of homework and papers in one hour and 30 minutes. He had a positive attitude while we were doing all the organization.
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English Grammar and Syntax Tutoring review by Breanna in Kansas City, MO
We had a pretty great session Wednesday. The student got his paper draft back from his teacher and he got a 93/A- on the paper. We went through all of her notes, detailing instances where he needed to tighten up his sentences and grammar, and clarify his topic sentences. He did complete the final draft, with the exception of a conclusion that he will complete by himself. In the process of completing the final draft he was able to incorporate more quotations that he found to support and clarify his main thesis, throughout the paper. The student has been working pretty steadily on this project and I think that the result of his hard work should be good.
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English Grammar and Syntax Tutoring review by Samuel in Kansas City, MO
The student and I worked on a review of her "Picture of Dorian Gray" paper. The prompt had given her options, so to choose an option, I had the student briefly summarize what had happened so far in the book and to identify some major themes. We settled on writing a personal narrative around the subject of people changing by who they spend time with. She and I discussed the book and found quotes that would be pertinent to her paper. I helped her start an outline for the paper as she recounted a story of when her friend had changed after hanging out with the wrong crowd. She is really improving her paper writing skills and I was impressed by her ability to summarize the text that she had written. Good session today!
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English Grammar and Syntax Tutoring review by Angharad in Kansas City, MO
Today we focused mainly on reading the balcony scene in detail. We considered things like how long or short the speeches were, the effect of Juliet's interruptions and the fact that there was less rhyming than in Romeo's earlier speeches. We considered the question of why Juliet does not fully believe Romeo's protestations of love, and talked about why his use of many words, detailed vows and rhyme made him more difficult to take seriously. We also considered how language was a barrier to Romeo and discussed the famous line about the rose. We recapped the meaning of Mercutio's 'Queen Mab' speech and used our understanding of that to understand his speech that precedes the balcony scene and makes the audience suspicious of Romeo's rhymes and elaborate metaphors. We also looked briefly at Capulet and Tybalt's conversation at the party, to consider how violence is also embodied in words. We thought about the binaries of old and young, patient and rash. We ended with trying to translate the beginning of the balcony scene into everyday English, which proved somewhat challenging.
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English Grammar and Syntax Tutoring review by Pooja in Kansas City, MO
Today the student and I went over his final exam schedule and decided which finals we would begin reviewing for first. We are going to start studying for Spanish, algebra, and English using worksheets that I will make. Once we receive his study guides, we will focus on those to prepare for his finals. The student and I spent the last half hour of our session finishing up his English project on Dante's Inferno. We now only have 15 lines left which he will be able to do on his own allowing us to work on biology tomorrow.
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English Grammar and Syntax Tutoring review by Alex in Kansas City, MO
Today we continued working on the student's "Glass Menagerie" essay, as she wrote the first body paragraph and planned the rest of the paper.
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