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History Tutoring review by Rom in Worcester, MA
Today we reviewed the effects of the Great Depression as well as reviewed Section 3 of Chapter 12, and completed the Chapter. Following the chapter, I quizzed the student on the Great Depression and continued to review the concepts of this section. Additionally, we reviewed the genetics chapter in biology.
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History Tutoring review by Donna in Worcester, MA
The student wanted to know more about how the US expanded under the first four presidents. We started with who the first four presidents were - names, political parties (and what that indicated about their beliefs), and dates. I explained that though teachers may say "dates don't matter - no need to memorize dates" they are important to keep in mind, as they serve to "anchor" actions and events. I also explained that memorizing the list of presidents works the same way - it's not important to memorize a list of presidents, but if you know who was president at which time, that also can help to anchor other events. I then explained how he can think "three dimensionally" as if this were some sort of chart, with the president's names down the side, and these three themes across the top. I then took notes (as a list, not a chart), as we discussed all that happened to expand the land, economy, and government of the US. After we discussed each president, using memory and the book for information, I asked what we could say each president is best known for - a specific action of a general idea. He decided: Washington - "establish" or "precedent" Adams - "continue" Jefferson - "Louisiana Territory" Monroe - "War of 1812" And we briefly discussed how these major ideas branch over all three themes of Land, Economy, and Federal Government. The student said this was very helpful. I pointed out how he can use this strategy in learning about the next chunk of US history and pointed out that the most "eventful" president of the next group would be Andrew Jackson.
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History Tutoring review by McKinley in Worcester, MA
The student and I reviewed his US History class work. We set some learning goals for scoring higher grades on his upcoming History tests and filling in some study skills for working out of the book. He showed an aptitude for history and seemed to enjoy making bigger connections to larger historical movements.
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History Tutoring review by Mary in Worcester, MA
The student was excited to tell me about her recent grade on her math test, an 88. I was so happy. She is making great improvements. Today we worked on estimating whole number sums and differences to the ten thousands place. She will need more reinforcement on this, especially with lining her numbers correctly. We also moved forward in her math book, working on addition and subtraction of whole numbers, with emphasis on subtraction. We then tackled multiplication, which will need a lot more practice. She still does not have her facts memorized, and this is going to be a major obstacle in multiplication and division. I will be encouraging more practice at home on her iPad on facts memorization. Overall, she did wonderful today.
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History Tutoring review by Martha in Worcester, MA
Another great session- the student is working very hard to improve her scores! Today we worked a lot on timing of the math section. Our main strategies are (1) reading through the WHOLE question before starting to do calculations that might be unnecessary, (2) identifying key phrases in the question ("in terms of x," "average" or "mean," etc.) that will provide clues as to the best way to solve, and (3) conceptualizing the end goal and the steps we should take to get there BEFORE starting the problem. Even though these steps take a few seconds at the beginning, they save lots of unnecessary or roundabout calculations as we move through the problem. In the last 30 minutes of the session, we worked on the writing section, specifically revising complex sentences. We'll start with writing next time and spend a bit more time on it, while also getting in some more math practice. :)
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History Tutoring review by Kiah in Worcester, MA
The student and I had a great session like always! I was surprised to hear that she has been struggling in math since she always seems to do pretty well with me. I guess i was so focused on challenging her and teaching her new things that I didn't review the basics. We worked a lot on longer subtraction problems and converting place values. We will still continue to review subtraction for the next few weeks. I also explained to her the difference between a subject and predicate and she caught on quickly. At the end of our session, we got to have some fun and play her violin! So excited for her and her bright future!
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