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Math Tutoring review by Eric in Hartford, CT
We covered manipulating inequality equations with addition and subtraction by reviewing the weekly homework assignment. We also previewed multiplication and division across inequality equations, as it was the subsequent section to be discussed. He had a fantastic grasp of multiplication and addition across inequality equations and needed very little assistance in completing his homework. As a small mid-session break, I taught him mathematicians Tic-Tac-Toe which he enjoyed a lot.
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Math Tutoring review by Brian in Hartford, CT
The student and I reviewed previous material from our last session, and he was able to recall the information very quickly as usual. I then challenged him to understand a higher level of graphing. We focused mainly on parabolas. He was able to manipulate the functions and understand how the formula and the graph relate to one another. It is a very high level of thinking that I would not expect to see in many other 7th graders. Next week we will continue to manipulate parabolas and then move on to higher level functions.
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Math Tutoring review by Kimyen in Hartford, CT
We did a review of past topics for today. The student remembered previous concepts well but needed time to relearn what she memorized in the past. She seems to do best with flashcards. We will try to incorporate more flashcards for future sessions to work on single digit addition and for subtraction as well.
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Math Tutoring review by Alissa in Hartford, CT
This morning we discussed a general plan for the next couple weeks to prepare for the Algebra 2 chapter 5 test this coming week, his Algebra 2 midyear exam the following week, and his Biology midyear exam the week after that. We discussed the latest chapter he covered in his Algebra 2 class (5.8) on the rational zeros theorem. We went over his notes from class and did a couple practice problems. He now seems very comfortable with this topic. Our session tomorrow we will focus on Algebra 2 content from all of chapter 5 to make sure he has it all sorted out. Time permitting, we will also start preparing for his Algebra midyear test or his Biology midyear test.
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Math Tutoring review by Ivana in Hartford, CT
During this session, the student and I worked on adding, subtracting, dividing and multiplying fractions and mixed numbers. She had a great understanding of the concepts so I checked her worked and taught her cross multiplication. We then moved on to a bit of writing by researching different writing topics.
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Math Tutoring review by Sophia in Hartford, CT
During my session with Student 1 and Student 2, we covered material for their upcoming Algebra I math midterm. The material included solving equations using PEMDAS and noting the properties of equality used to solve the problems. In addition to the straightforward algebra equations, we worked on functions and linear equations, as well as graphing functions. They both struggled with the tricks of PEMDAS, such as distributing the negative one before a parenthetical expression, and remembering that (-)(-)=(+). Both students were challenged by the material we reviewed, but confident in their ability to find the solutions. As a study skill, I suggested that they both keep a "cheat sheet"ù of the tiny mistakes they find themselves making while they study and practice for their exam. They will have the sheet to review as a reminder of what not to do or skip on the exam before their test. I also suggested that Student 1 go through her math binder every day, in order to organize the day's materials into Notes, Classwork, and Homework. Organizing her papers every day at home will help her to review what she learned, and make her binder easier to study from and look back at while preparing for her exams. Both students had math worksheets their teachers gave them to practice as preparation for the midterm. We will also continue working on these problems at their next session.
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