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"Worked on Chapter 5.1 web assignment. We focused on:
 Binomial probability and continuity correction factors;
 Calculating areas under the Z curve using the normalcdf function of the graphing calculator;
 Expressing probabilities using probability notation [e.g., P(X=2)]; and
 Calculating probabilities for both proportions (phat) and observations (X)."
 Binomial probability and continuity correction factors;
 Calculating areas under the Z curve using the normalcdf function of the graphing calculator;
 Expressing probabilities using probability notation [e.g., P(X=2)]; and
 Calculating probabilities for both proportions (phat) and observations (X)."
"The student and I reviewed a full ACT she had completed over the weekend. I reviewed these results with her, and we saw areas for focusing our efforts: timing, stamina, looking at questions in isolation and attempting to answer each one correctly, and many subtestspecific questions. She isn't taking an ACT until April, so there is a lot of time for her to practice the ACT and improve her scores."
"The student and I went over the practice Reading test she had for homework and discussed the answers she answered incorrectly. She got a 31/40, which translates to a high 27, so she's improving! We then went over some leftover questions she had about the English section. I gave her a worksheet I made describing the differences between affect/effect, less/fewer, and its/it's. We went through the practice sentences I made together. Lastly, we did an overview of the science section and discussed strategies to use during this section. We went through a practice test together and I assigned another practice science section for homework."
"Student 1: Completed some Spanish homework (pictures and questions in Spanishwent over what they mean and responses), finished/checked math homework, completed English tenses Student 2: We went over all of the words he needs to know how to spell for Spanish, started an outline for Science and went over some cognates "
"The student and I completed his ACT Science review in this session, as we examined the different passage types on the test: Data Representation, Research Summary, and Differing Viewpoints. Of the three types, he only seemed to have trouble answering questions over the research summaries, so later on we can go back and practice those further."
"The student and I reviewed how to find the volumes of shapes using the washer method and the solids of revolution method (I introduced to her the cylindrical shells method, but didn't do much with this because her teacher hasn't taught this concept yet). In addition, we reviewed a handful of problems on finding the area between two curves. Overall, she understands all of these concepts better than I expected her to. All she needs to do is continue to practice, and she should be just fine for her test next week. She made a 95% on the midterm she took roughly two weeks ago. Her grades are starting to become significantly better in comparison to how she has done for the majority of the school year."
"Introduced brand new mathematics concepts to student and ran exercises with student until comprehension of new concepts was evident. Provided student with reference sheets for reviewing new concepts between sessions. Practiced ISEE math problems with student, and problems with new concepts."
"We spent the first part of the session discussing how the instruction would look going forward, since I will be taking on a teaching, rather than tutoring role. After that, I quizzed the student on her multiplication facts. She has improved from 69 to 70 facts in a 5minute time frame. We also worked on division with a 2digit divisor. After that, we looked at the first chapter test in the new book that she will be working from. For homework, the student is to practice her multiplication facts using 6s and 7s, work a long division problem daily, and finish the chapter test. Since we are also changing French curriculum, the homework for the week is to find 35 good reasons to study the French language, research where French is spoken in the world, and to start listening to live French radio. "
"The student and I worked on her Algebra II homework, which covered logarithms and properties of logarithms. Even though we had worked on these topics last week, she had a much better understanding of the material after this session. She needed some assistance but by the end of the session, she seemed very comfortable with the material."
"In math we reviewed for a test on polynomials. We continued our discussion of working on synthetic division and analyzing the graphs. She made a 98 on a quiz the week prior. We discussed phase change problems with Boyle's, Charles, GuyLussac, and the Combined Gas Law. She is doing well with these."
"For this session we reviewed subtracting fractions (and simplifying), as well as language arts subjects. I was so excited to see how enthusiastic the student was when doing math. His confidence is definitely up, and he is doing so well in it!"
"Went over moles and conversion factors in her homework and reviewed for correct procedure and set up. Went over two other types of problems: mass percent and empirical formula determination. Also talked about what she would likely be doing next and how to approach those types of problems."
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