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Languages Tutoring review by Judy in Waltham, MA
The student began by working on capital letters. We traced the whole alphabet once, which he did very well. He still struggles with letter recognition, and often confuses D and T when speaking the letters aloud. We then practiced writing his name. We focused on C and K for a time, and then tried writing other family names. Next, I read an alphabet book aloud while he named the letters. We then got up and worked on his fine motor skills through hand exercises. We returned to tracing, as he traced Thanksgiving words, which he did very precisely, even saying "I had an accident" when he did not stay on the line. To finish the lesson, we worked on the student fine motor skills again by completing a color, cut, and paste exercise.
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Languages Tutoring review by Wesley in Waltham, MA
Today the student and I worked on algebra 2 first. We covered converting from logarithmic to exponential form, and then solving for a variable. We then observed exponential growth and decay functions and their graphs. Moving on to chemistry, we covered the energy in a photon using the speed of light, Plank's constant, frequency, and wavelength. He understood everything we covered today and even brought up a few questions from last week's class to review further. Great progress.
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Languages Tutoring review by Divina in Waltham, MA
Today we reviewed all the mathematical concepts and both students did really well. Student 1 still needs to do some work with fractions. Also, comprehension was focused on today. Student 2 has a better grasp at remembering what the readings say than student 1. Both students are improving in conduct and focusing on the tasks at hand.
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Languages Tutoring review by Lorna in Waltham, MA
In my first session with the student we worked on the reading section, going through techniques and the most effective ways to read the passages, tackle the vocabulary, and pacing. He did relatively well on the practice test, but he definitely has room for improvement- although on his practice test he accidentally skipped 8 questions ,which significantly lowered his score. He was engaged and focused, and I think that he realizes the effort he needs to put in.
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Languages Tutoring review by Michael in Waltham, MA
The student completed half a practice test and we reviewed it together. She scored about a 600 on the reading section, which I thought was a nice improvement in such a short period of time. We discussed each question she got wrong and I tried to point out the key elements in the passage that would lead her to the correct answers. Her performance in the writing section was not quite as strong as that of the first session, but still very good. We concluded by doing some of the most challenging math problems. She needed some minimal coaching, but she ultimately seemed to understand everything I taught her.
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Languages Tutoring review by Melissa in Waltham, MA
We went over the student's animal vocabulary. I started off slowly, breaking apart the words to pronounce for her and then letting her start to break them apart herself. She started to get the idea. Identifying these sounds on her own is very important. I then explained to her how to conjugate -er verbs. I gave her a list of twelve -er verbs to conjugate for next week. We'll see how she does with this practice.
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