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Lakewood, WA Physiology tutoring
In our last session, we covered topics that my student found most challenging. The topics mostly included the organ systems, namely the digestive system, immune system, and endocrine system. I believed that it would be helpful to draw out a schematic diagram of the alimentary canal to point out the key information of the digestive system to picture that processes in space. I constructed a flow chart to differentiate the humoral and cell-mediated responses of the immune system, and a different flow chart to point out the key differences within hormonal responses in the endocrine system. We also reviewed a few scattered topics the he found difficult in his previous exam, and then we finished up.
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Lakewood, WA Physiology tutoring
We finished up our study sheet which shows many biological systems in terms of their size. In particular, we went over mitosis, meiosis, and the body systems. We then did some short answer problems from a previous exam before making several flashcards for studying. Everything went well and through his answers to various questions, he demonstrates that he's quickly picking up many of the general biology concepts.
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Lakewood, WA Physiology tutoring
We have just started to cover the introductory chapters in the biology book we are using for our sessions. This evening we covered the properties of water that make it so essential in biological processes, and also covered the basic properties of carbon. The student catches on very fast and did not seem to have any issues with the material. For our next two sessions she will be reading about the main classes of macromolecules found in living organisms as well as the basic structure and function of a cell.
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Lakewood, WA Physiology tutoring
We continued to review conversions. The last section we covered was multi-unit conversions, such as density. (i.e. g/cm3 to Kg/L). I introduced the density equation p=m/v and had the student do some problems. We will need to review this again. The student has done a good job mastering direct conversions. When she becomes more comfortable with conversions and calculations of multi-unit numbers and conversions we will have completed the first half of the material that was given by her teacher this fall.
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Lakewood, WA Physiology tutoring
Yesterday we covered part of her study guide focusing on chemical equations and calculations. I noticed difficulty in recognizing molecular formulas and little mistakes involving conversions between mol to grams, etc. For the upcoming sessions (after today), I will be preparing molecular formula notecards so she is able to recognize different compounds on the test. Furthermore, I will be testing her on ability to convert between atoms, mol, molarity, etc.
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Lakewood, WA Physiology tutoring
I met the student to review for the biology test, and create a notecard for use during the final geometry exam. Topics reviewed included DNA and cell replication. The student appears to be ready for this test, and is able to recall all topics covered. This tutor explained topics in greater detail to help student understand the application. We discussed why a cell (gametes) would be haploid, vs. diploid, and why crossing over must happen in meiosis, but not mitosis. We used the student's previous flashcards to make a new flashcard for use on the geometry final. The student looked over flashcards to determine what information was needed, and which examples should be included, and this tutor wrote/drew examples onto a notecard.
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