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Lakewood, CO Physiology tutoring
The student and I went over an online quiz today regarding thermochemistry. He did a really great job of recalling the information from last week and specifically did a great job working the math problems on the quiz. He was able to work through most of the problems himself and only needed help on a few questions. He is really starting to understand the importance of unit conversions in chemistry and is able to draw connections between all the different types of problems.
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We covered class material/notes for Friday and Monday classes that she will be missing. The material included calorimetry concepts and equations. The student completed both worksheets covering calorimetry.
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Lakewood, CO Physiology tutoring
During this session we spent time on Chemistry that the student said she needed help on this week. We went through review problems and focused on the more difficult math and equation based problems. The session went well and she seemed to pick up the concepts we went through as the session went on. However, it seems as if there is still quite a bit more work that the student needs to do to review concepts and catch up on her work that she missed. A thorough review of the whole chapter and basics such as balancing chemical reactions would be strongly advised before making up her exam. I am glad to provide additional sessions if necessary.
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Lakewood, CO Physiology tutoring
The student and I talked in detail about his biology class--how it's structured, his teacher's expectations, why he's getting a poor grade. He also showed me his online tools. He says he's got a poor grade primarily because his teacher issues daily quizzes based on the previous day's lecture. His study guide for these quizzes are the notes he takes. He's confident that he takes good notes, but he says he doesn't study. So we'll be studying for at least a portion of our session each day, except this week, which is entirely different. He's involved in an in-class group project to create a scale model of a marine biome. He also has a research paper coming due. He has a rubric for the research paper, which we reviewed. He also showed me his MLA program with "note cards," which are where he records data from his sources to use in the paper. This research paper has several steps and checkpoints, which began a few weeks ago, but he has not done any writing to date. An outline and a thesis statement was due this day. His topic paragraph is due tomorrow, and his completed rough draft is due on Thursday. So this is where we plan to spend the majority of our time this week. The rubric is a bit hard to discern. There are several questions he must answer in the body of his paper, but there is no stated objective to the assignment. The questions weren't orderly--the intro questions were well down the list while the body questions were posed first. So it took a bit of thought to figure out how to structure the outline. No given objective means the thesis is open to interpretation, and it put him in a position of uncertainty. So I advised to begin by stating the obvious on his document. He was hesitant to write because he hadn't fully formulated his statement in his mind. I was having him write first to help formulate the statement--sort of the opposite. However, this brainstorming method helped him craft a decent thesis statement fairly easily, and I think he saw the value in doing it that way. Following that, we decided that he should use the rubric questions to create his outline. He caught on quickly and produced a pretty good outline! The rubric doesn't contain any standards for the outline. So we're guessing at whether it will meet standard. The cool part is he went from not really knowing how to structure or begin writing this paper to seeing it systematically formulate from the outline, and he became super motivated to write his paper! I left him with the advice to focus primarily on the topic paragraph, since it's due the following day.
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Lakewood, CO Physiology tutoring
In last week's session we started out with some practice using Newton's 3rd law. While the language of this law is simple, its implications are very far reaching and I wrote a few problems to begin to help him realize what those might be. We then went on to work on a review of some of the student's math homework. He is working on manipulations of exponential terms and picked it up very quickly. The session was a successful one.
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Lakewood, CO Physiology tutoring
We continued discussing the neurophysiology of the cortex - layers of the cortex, Brodmann's areas, and pyramidal pathways. We also looked online for further information on the different types of motor cells, in particular.
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