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"Went over the end of a the chapter on trigonometry. Did the review problems. It went well. The student has a good grasp on the material. We then discussed the next chapter with the last bit of time. Good session."
"We went through all of chapter 5 in her PreCalculus book, and we made a "breakdown" review sheet for her test which will be on Thursday. We walked through the whole chapter point by point, and worked sample and practice problems."
"In this session, the student and I went through some vocabulary worksheets that required her to match words to their definitions and to examples of their use. We also worked on analogy worksheets and word part worksheets. For the math review, we learned probability and worked through examples of this concept. Lastly, we worked through some math worksheets on difficult multiplication and division."
"Started our session as usual with the student writing a freestyle story. He really got into this one, and after 35 min. of nearly nonstop writing, I had to cut him off! We'll finish it in our next meeting. I'm pleased that he is enjoying this writing and want to give him some space to be creative. We then covered a logic game, Latin root words, editing. He also completed a worksheet of close to 100 multiplication problems (0 & 1) in 2 min. plus some change. I want to build his confidence in this, but am confident he'll be zooming through complete times table worksheets quite soon."
"The student had a test the next day, so we went through as many topics as possible to prep him, including ionic bonding, cation and anion identity/formula, periodic table composition, and creating chemical formulas from given ions. There was a lot of material to cover, so we tried to cover them in a brief manner while using plenty of supporting examples. He has a better understanding of fundamental concepts behind bonding now, which should minimize errors and improve test results."
"The student got a 93% on her similar triangles quiz, which is awesome!
She had a quiz on isosceles triangles and similar triangles the following day, so we first began by going over questions she had on content that had come up in class or on homework. She expressed confusion over the isosceles theorems, so we went over those together. She also expressed that it was proofs that she was feeling the least comfortable with. We went over example proofs in the book together and she showed real progress by the end of the session. She told me that she definitely felt more comfortable with her ability to do proofs on her quiz the next day."
She had a quiz on isosceles triangles and similar triangles the following day, so we first began by going over questions she had on content that had come up in class or on homework. She expressed confusion over the isosceles theorems, so we went over those together. She also expressed that it was proofs that she was feeling the least comfortable with. We went over example proofs in the book together and she showed real progress by the end of the session. She told me that she definitely felt more comfortable with her ability to do proofs on her quiz the next day."
"The student and I did a broad overview of the whole test today, allowing him to practice each type of question. He created a list of pointers from our discussion which, he believes, will help him to prepare for Saturday. I expect that he will do quite well on the English and Reading sections. "
"I worked with the student to come up with a strategy for improving his paper. We were able to come up with some structural changes and a good outline. The student has most of the paper finished at this point and is performing some additional research as per our new strategy. When he has completed this draft of the paper we will meet for our last hour and I will review it with him before he submits. it. "
"First, we discussed the student's test last week. He said he felt like he knew everything material wise on the test, but that he simply ran out of time. Next, we began new topics relating to integration in Chapter 5 of the textbook. First, we discussed how to find area between curves. We then spent a good chunk of time working on integrating with respect to y instead of x. We do this to write an area between curves as one integral rather than two separate integrals. This concept is quite difficult to grasp the first time hearing it so we will continue to work on it. We then began discussing rotations of solids. I introduced the washer and disc method to him and we worked a few problems together. We will continue this discussion on Wednesday."
"The student and I went over the results to her previous SAT exam. Her weakest sections on this exam were in math. We spent the majority of the time reviewing the math concepts that she missed. For the most part, she knows all the math concepts. She just seemed to get stuck on some of the wording of the questions. We also went over her essay, which was really strong. I just pointed out that she needs to add more description to her example paragraphs. Overall, the student is doing great. She is well on her way of achieving her target score on her SAT next week."
"This week, I spent most of my time with both students working on math homework. Student 1 had a worksheet of singlevariable equations with fractions. When we finished with that, we worked on writing sentences using his vocabulary words, then on questions about the life needs for algae (which he can explore using experiments in his science class). At the end of our session, we started modeling for his pyramid project, which is due in about a week and a half. With student 2, we studied for his math quiz on Tuesday by working ahead in his homework, covering the AA similarity postulate. The problem set was heavy on proofs, which took most of our session. When this was finished, we found two articles for a brief presentation in his civil and criminal law class."
"I spent half of this session with the first student and the other half with the second, preparing both of them for their respective math tests on this coming Friday. Each had a study guide provided by their instructor. We went over these guides together. I made sure to take note of problem areas and provide further explanation/practice problems where needed."
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