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Languages Tutoring review by Joshua in Lansing, IL
Today was our last session before the student's Monday midterm. As a result, the session was spent reviewing the Latin in general that he had seen thus far. I began with some practice sight sentences for reviewing the imperative mood and the general usage of verbs. He did well on the spot, and just needs to remember not to always expect an imperative after seeing a vocative. In the second part, I gave him a passage of Latin, and gave him time to look over it, after which I asked him reading comprehension questions (according to him, this is a common occurrence on his teacher's tests). After taking his time, he did well at answering the questions, and his overall translation of the passage went well. In the last half-hour, we reviewed more vocabulary and verb parsing, finishing off with a sentence to wrap together most of the grammatical lessons he has encountered. This hopefully has left him feeling confident for the mid-term on Monday.
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Languages Tutoring review by Alexandra in Lansing, IL
I met with the students for our first session yesterday and began by talking with them about the nature of their Latin class and what they hoped to gain from our meeting together. My goal with these two students is to make understanding the "whys" of the Latin language fun and to give meaning and purpose to their memorization! To this end, I began right from the beginning of Latin grammar, explaining case endings and why they exist and how they match to parts of speech in English. By reviewing English grammar (identifying the subject, the direct object, the indirect object) and matching these terms to Latin cases (the nominative, the accusative, the dative), I was already able to expand upon their appreciation for why these various noun forms exist and why it is so important to have them when word order is jumbled. I went on to have them work through very simple translating, reinforcing the identification of cases, then having them connect the case to part of speech (e.g. a word in the accusative will act as a direct object) and finally having them arrange the sentence correctly in English. It was heartening to see that with greater understanding for why they had been memorizing these forms, they started to enjoy themselves and their ability to put these pieces together! My plan is to send along a compiled review of Latin (where I've broken down many of the more complicated concepts) and then continuing to work through their primary text to explain concepts to them whose importance might have been missed on the first pass. Additionally, we will begin to translate the Aeneid as it appears in the text (to ensure that the grammatical complexity is appropriate to a Latin 1 level). I look forward to continuing to work with them and making Latin more accessible to them.
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Languages Tutoring review by Michael in Lansing, IL
Today the student and I covered chapter 16. Specifically we covered noun adjective agreement. In order to help him with this concept I periodically asked him to identify the gender case and number of specific nouns in chapter 16's reading. After some deliberation the student got the answer right. As always the student's attitude is positive towards learning. He takes my suggestions on vocab card writing and listens intently. I saw some grades which show definite improvement since having met him.
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