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Louisville, KY Differential Equations tutoring
I taught the student about the soft c that makes the s sound. She had to circle all the c's in a paragraph that had a soft c. Then she had to write words that have a soft c in it. She did really well with this. Then I taught her about multiplication. I started with times two facts. We drew pictures of groups of two to help the student visualize what multiplication means. I also showed her how times two multiplication is similar to doubles addition facts. She then did a page in her math workbook with times two multiplication. The student also practiced telling time. We worked on answering questions where she had to figure out if a movie started at 8 and it took 30 min to get to the movies, she would have to leave at 7:30. She ended with working on a page in her math book and a journal writing.
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Louisville, KY Differential Equations tutoring
The main focus for this session was math. Some of the skills we worked on included dividing 3 digit numbers and converting measurements between centimeters and millimeters. The student seemed to really grasp both concepts and performed really well in each area. In reading, we practiced reading a passage and answering standardized type questions that went with the passage. The student did a good job of going back and rereading certain areas in the passage to make sure she accurately responded to the question. At the end of the session, I had her respond to a writing prompt. I left reading comprehension and math for her to practice.
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Louisville, KY Differential Equations tutoring
I worked with both students in Math. Student P had to work with the distributive property and negative and positive integers. Student A and I worked on dividing decimals. I showed both of them a few tricks to help minimize the mistakes. Student J and I worked on Language Arts. I also administered a math placement test for all three students.
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Louisville, KY Differential Equations tutoring
The student's understanding in biology topics (transcription and translation) was fine. The student was able to complete most of the problems by using a common algorithm. Logarithms are a topic he should study well for, as there are several properties that may not be intuitive to most students. Overall, it is about knowing which properties are true and not mixing them up.
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Louisville, KY Differential Equations tutoring
In today's session, we reviewed the student's multiplication tables and he has done a great job remembering the 'silly pictures' that are associated with each fact. We have completed his 2's and 3's. We then practiced math word problems using the new category of multiplicative compare problems. He did a good job identifying the comparison sentence and filling the information into the multiplicative compare diagram. This corresponds to what he is working on in his math class: ratios and proportions.
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Louisville, KY Differential Equations tutoring
We went through a review packet for an upcoming test. We went over properties of rational exponents, radicals, nth roots, and exponent notation. I went through several general formulas with her to make sure she understood the concepts behind the problem. She had some trouble remembering which property to apply when we first started. She improved through practice and checking her work. We went through problems in her packet that she did not understand before our session.
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