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Languages Tutoring review by Joe in Cranston, RI
We covered present tense verb conjugation, some vocabulary review, and "getting to know you" conversation. The student has good comprehension skills and a basic understanding of elementary Spanish. He will need additional practice for conversation flow, vocabulary, and conjugation. We will be working through a workbook together twice a week.
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Languages Tutoring review by Pam in Cranston, RI
The student had a few questions regarding her journal entries and we talked about some vocabulary questions that had come up the previous week. We then moved on to a reading that she had done at home from our book of selected readings. She read the exercises that she had done for that chapter and we discussed new vocabulary (some idioms, in particular). We next went over a number of grammar exercises that she had done, practicing reflexive verbs. She has the structure down quite well so we focused on a few new vocabulary words relating to clothing. She then read aloud a summary of the end of the chapter that we're on in our novel. I feel we have a good mix of conversation and more structured language practice. We often get into a discussion on a topic that comes up during our session.
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Languages Tutoring review by Madison in Cranston, RI
I helped the student review the vocabulary in the new unit of her textbook. She remembered nearly all of the vocabulary in certain sections that she had gone through before. Others she had not studied, but picked up rather quickly.
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Languages Tutoring review by Cassandra in Cranston, RI
Today the student and I reviewed combining the preterite and imperfect tenses to create narratives regarding what she and others did/were doing in the past as well as to recap the storyline of clips from one of her favorite shows, The Office (using preterite for foreground and imperfect for background). In particular, we practiced creating stories using the formula: imperfect (background) + cuando (when) + preterite (interrupting action that is part of the foreground) through writing them down and then transforming them into oral speech. Next time we will practice narrating directly via the oral mode, rather than relying on planned, written speech first.
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Languages Tutoring review by Earl in Cranston, RI
Today we studied for 2 upcoming quizzes that the student has. He had to study or define 8 social studies terms as well as prepare for a Spanish exam. He studied very well and we covered the materials multiple times. At the end portion of the session I gave him a practice quiz for each subject and he performed well, scoring over 80% on each quiz. Today's session was focused on studying and preparing him for his test and I think we accomplished those goals.
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Languages Tutoring review by Chelsea in Cranston, RI
We covered imperfect vs preterite situations which is what the student struggled with the most. She had a positive attitude and was motivated to learn the material. We talked about quizzing on various sentences with the differences of preterite and imperfect verbs. We talked about reviewing those sentences next week. I saw her quiz score from this past week and hope to improve it on the test. She seems to understand more of this material and will review it next week!
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