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Literature Tutoring review by Laura in Austin, TX
We read, summarized, and discussed the second half of the first part of Heart of Darkness to help prepare her for upcoming class discussions and assignments relating to the text.
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Literature Tutoring review by Kimberly in Austin, TX
We did a surprisingly easy read for US History. We then went over Trig problems for his quiz tomorrow, and studied for his test on "Lord of the Flies" that's scheduled for tomorrow.
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Literature Tutoring review by Oleksandra in Austin, TX
We continued to read together. I advised the student to stop every couple of paragraphs to formulate the main idea of what he just read and figure out if there's anything "important" that happened. The fact that his English is not at a native speaker's level is an obstacle that is contributing to his struggle in this subject. When he reads he has trouble grasping the concepts between imaginary scenarios (thoughts, imagination, etc.) and real events. We will work on that as we come across it. We are also trying to work on his speed. He said he is feeling more confident about his last quiz than he did before our sessions. I left him some notes and guidelines to keep in mind as he reads to help him filter out the unimportant details and just to focus/remember the needed parts.
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Literature Tutoring review by Ben in Austin, TX
We discussed pending projects in both English and History. For English, we discussed some ideas for a multimedia project the student has on Huckleberry Finn, picked a topic, and found a relevant passage from the novel that she can focus on. In US history, we made progress on a storyboard she has to create based on the experiences of an immigrant. We found some online resources for researching aspects of the life of a Chinese immigrant in late nineteenth-century California. She should continue to make progress on these assignments. I am most optimistic about Spanish. She did her assignment well and seems enthusiastic about reviewing simple vocabulary. She has taken very quickly to the grammar (making singular and plural verbs, adjectives, and nouns agree, etc.). I assigned her 15 more sentences building on what we went over yesterday and today.
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Literature Tutoring review by Tierra in Austin, TX
The student and I started with grammar warm-ups. We went through adverb/adjective identification. We also worked on his vocabulary for The Pearl. I created worksheets using the vocab that I had assigned as a review. We then discussed his Algebra 1 homework assignment. Overall, it was a good session.
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Literature Tutoring review by Melissa in Austin, TX
We worked on the speech the student is going to have to give for the philosophy portion of her class. After some prodding, she started to surrender some good responses. She has a decent starting point, but she has a bit more work left before her speech on Friday.
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