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Johns Creek, GA Essay Editing tutoring
The student and I focused on homophones and homographs. We also reviewed concrete poems, she drafted two wonderful poems. We finished our lesson with a review of social studies texts, finishing the main body of chapter thirteen.
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Johns Creek, GA Essay Editing tutoring
We worked on reducing fractions to lowest terms by dividing by the top number. For example 6/30= 1/5 - 8/40= 1/5. Instead of thinking: 40/8 = ? I'd say: 8 x (what?)=40. Then we focused most of session on reading. We read about a species of white rhino, of which there are only 5 left. After each paragraph, we wrote a few words / or a short phrase to help the student pull out the central / main idea. One paragraph mentioned 3 ways that the rhino is protected. Instead of listing each (detail), we used the main idea of protection. After reading, these notes were used to help structure and focus on his summary. He also considered how he felt after reading this article and explained why. Earlier he had narrowed down the author's purpose away from entertain as this is a sad text. Then he decided the main purpose of the article was to inform the reader, since the author want's us to know more about the rhinos. The vocabulary words were found in the text by highlighting bold words / words he did not know.
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Johns Creek, GA Essay Editing tutoring
In this lesson we covered different narrative perspectives and reviewed vocabulary used for describing the structure of text -- focusing some on terms used in drama and poetry. When the student came across a word he didn't understand, we talked about how he could figure out the answer without knowing everything. We also went over his homework and the online exercises he did. His scores have improved since his initial test. I left him some worksheets on narrative perspective and some practice test questions that go along with a reading sample.
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Johns Creek, GA Essay Editing tutoring
We had a great session today. The student did a very good job reading our "book club" book and did a good job making predictions about what will happen next. He has two questions to answer. We also practiced his "speed drill" words, and he's already almost met my challenge of reading the words as quickly as I set the bar. We also read his "challenge book" about the Knicks and quizzed each other. He is doing very well reading this high level book; it helps that it is about something he is interested in and familiar with.
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Johns Creek, GA Essay Editing tutoring
Concepts covered: An introduction to the format that sessions will take, Getting to know the students, An overview of the reading process Both students seemed to be engaged and enjoying the lesson. Strategies used included having one student teach another. Discussed using tableau, arts integration and other strategies. For homework, students will get supplies and find a book that they enjoy reading.
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Johns Creek, GA Essay Editing tutoring
During this session the student and I worked on understanding and applying a unified approach to timed writing, argumentative claim generation, effective use of evidence to support sub claims, and essay body paragraph structure. He does a good job of generating general claims to support an argument. For example, when prompted to evaluate the role of censorship and argue for or against it (we used this sample ACT prompt to guide the day's lesson) he was able to explain in the abstract why he thought it was dangerous. However he lacked substantive support for his points. Our goal for the session was to come up with specific examples that showcase how his general claim is applicable and can be used as a proof for his argumentation. When walked through this process, he responded well and was able to provide responses that were suitable for his purposes. He is beginning to understand how to correct this deficiency in his writing, but still requires more practice. We will continue to work on that.
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