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Louisville, KY English tutoring
Today we started off by working on responses to three questions - "What did you do this morning?" "What are you doing this afternoon?" and "Where are you going?" The student was reluctant to answer and at first mumbled her responses. However, when instructed she raised her voice and spoke clearly. We moved on to a 1st grade reading comprehension book her mom had purchased. We completed one lesson and she did very well, only missing one question. It is clear that her comprehension of English has improved dramatically. All that is left now is to boost her confidence so that she feels comfortable speaking. We finished the lesson by reading from "Inside Out" which she continues to look forward to at the end of each lesson.
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Louisville, KY English tutoring
We spent a few minutes going over (and finishing) the student's homework from last week, which came from her citizenship exam textbook. Then we spent about an hour reading. She brought Level 2 books this time (usually we read Level 1) and I think it was a good challenge for her, even though we had to go over more vocab than usual. I'm glad she was up for the challenge and wants to progress. At the end of the session, we did an activity on the months of the year to practice reading/ spelling the months and to memorize when various holidays are. I first had her place the flashcards in month order (Jan-Dec), and then I had her place flashcards with holiday names under the correct month (Labor Day under Sept, etc.). For homework, I asked her to study those flashcards and will test her on the months next time we meet. She also has a worksheet to do from her textbook.
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Louisville, KY English tutoring
Yesterday we discussed the upcoming holiday and the student's plans. Afterward we discussed idioms and also some studying strategies for the student to use.
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Louisville, KY English tutoring
We started the lesson with songs to get her started and awake for the lesson. I taught her some rhyming songs to reinforce the idea of rhymes and how words can sound alike. I added some new letter and sound combinations to expand her growing knowledge of these to help her read. I also showed her how words can have the same sound with different letters, that they don't need to be spelled the same to sound the same. We also worked on writing numbers in letters so she could see the difference between how we write numbers and to show her how they are pronounced the same. It was a good lesson and she was engaged and paying attention for the entire time.
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Louisville, KY English tutoring
Today the student and I focused on language, reading, and writing. We began our session with a spelling refresher where he spelled his words and used them in a verbal and written sentence. Then we practiced his math fact with add or subtract five. We concluded our session with a shared reading of the "Strong Man" where he was able to recall key details. We agreed that if he focused and showed effort that we could play a game at the end. He was able to identify spelling words during our conversation. He is showing growth in sentence formation and cohesiveness. We will continue to work on verbs in past tense. He liked this idea and worked hard until the end, when we played a math game that he really likes.
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Louisville, KY English tutoring
We began today's session with a discussion topic. Today's topic was annoying things. The student and I discussed the meaning, as well as things that annoy us, and other people. He then worked on choosing the correct plural form for nouns. We read a nonfiction passage about Kevlar, and he answered the questions that followed. The last thing we worked on was extreme adjectives.
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