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Literature Tutoring review by Brittany in Cleveland, OH
Concepts we focused on were highlighting the key details in the student's thesis statement and how to break down each detail in a more organized paper. We also worked on grammar, work citation, and how to refrain from using "to be" verbs such as "was, were, am, been," and so forth.
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Literature Tutoring review by Brittany in Cleveland, OH
We began studying for the student's history exam. He made three copies of the study guide and quizzed himself with the additional copies, increasing his score each time. We also read through his notes. Once he begins working and focuses on the task at hand, he does well.
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Literature Tutoring review by Kelly in Cleveland, OH
The student worked diligently on reading her homework assignment, Homer's "The Odyssey - The Bewitching Queen of Aeaea." First, we researched and reviewed the context in which the book was written and set. Then, we worked on completing a close reading of the text and I provided her with some close reading strategies such as analyzing line by line, recognizing and then looking up unfamiliar vocabulary terms, and multiple reads. She did a fantastic job with the section we worked on and was enthusiastic about the text. Terrific and productive session!
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Literature Tutoring review by Audrey in Cleveland, OH
To start our session, the student and I looked over some graded work his teacher had returned to him, and we identified some areas of struggle related to identifying different parts of speech (in particular, adjectives and adverbs). Next, he and I looked at the personal narrative assignment that was due the next day. He had already written the majority of his rough draft, so we read it aloud and looked over it for ways he could make his storytelling more vivid and engaging. He then wrote for a bit, asking questions as needed, and by the end of the session, he had a complete rough draft and a plan for revising. I plan to send his father a few practice questions related to parts of speech so that he can practice over the break.
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Literature Tutoring review by Sharyn in Cleveland, OH
The student had an assignment due Monday, a satirical speech. We brainstormed topics and ideas of examples together, and then she started drafting. We also went over the various types of satire and what they do, as well as ideas on how to structure the speech.
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Literature Tutoring review by Abigail in Cleveland, OH
The student and I covered two main topics in our session today. First, we discussed his most recent writing assignment, to imitate Ernest Hemingway in a piece of short creative nonfiction. We talked about how trying to emulate Hemingway's style gave him new insights into both Hemingway's work and his own writing style. Next, we began our reading and discussion of Antigone. We read the first 100 lines or so together, and then we discussed them. First, I ensured that he understood the bare action of what had happened in the scene that we read. From there, we moved on to a more subtle analysis of how the play deals with themes of piety, obedience, loyalty to family or to country, and the limitations of law and governance. I plan to continue our discussion.
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