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Miramar, FL ISEE tutoring
The boys and I worked almost exclusively on sentence completion questions. They both understand the technique, but still need more practice with their vocab words. Next week we are going to have a vocab quiz day and begin work in the practice book that they both have.
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Miramar, FL ISEE tutoring
I tried to make the session more interesting today by incorporating some of the student's personal reading into our reading comp. practice and making a game out of vocab review. We continued building our word list and she has done a good job recalling words we have previously worked on. We also went through some of the math problems I assigned her as homework and she did really well. I'm proud of her progress and hope we can continue to have fun, productive session each week. I left her 3 more math problems to work through and to be ready to explain to me next week.
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Miramar, FL ISEE tutoring
In this session, the student and I first worked on synonyms. He did a good job on the words he categorized as easy and medium, but had trouble with most of the words he classified as hard because he was unsure of their meaning. On some questions, though he knew the meaning of a word, he did not know the meaning of one or more of the answers. After we went through the answers to define the words he did not know, he usually was able to find the right answer. We also talked about words roots for some of the words. When I pointed out that a word contain word roots, he did a good job identifying simple prefixes and suffixes like un-, ex-, and -able. We talked about how these, along with other word roots, contributed to the meaning of the word. In the next part of the session, we moved on to work on sentence completions. For most sentences where the clue indicated that the missing word should have the same meaning as another part of the sentence, the student was able to find the right answer and explain why he chose it. However, for some sentences that contained a two-part clue indicating that the missing word should have a meaning opposite to a part of the sentence, he chose a synonym rather than an antonym. He should make sure to take note of direction words like "but,"ù "despite,"ù and "although."ù We also worked on one reading passage. He showed that he understood the passage well in his summary of it, and answered 5 out of 6 questions right. He had trouble on one question because he did not go back to the passage to find the best interpretation of a sentence - so this is something he should always remember to do. In the last part of the session, we went over his practice essay. I told him what I thought he had done well, and how he could continue to improve by being more descriptive and making sure that his reader can follow his ideas by writing precise sentences. For our next session, he will write another practice essay.
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Miramar, FL ISEE tutoring
Today was our last session together. We worked on both the reading and math portions of the test. For the reading we got through about three passages. The student is steadily improving his critical reading skills. I think that our focus on the subject has started to pay out dividends.
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Miramar, FL ISEE tutoring
Today we began our comprehensive review of algebra, starting with solving very basic equations and working up to equations requiring grouping terms and a few involving cancelable exponents. By way of introduction to the AP Lang & Comp test, we briefly reviewed the essay the student wrote on Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein," focusing on the kinds of things the AP testers will be looking for. His essay had very good organization and was easy to read. What I want him to work on is being careful to present his views, in this case both on the book and on events in the contemporary world, as defensible interpretations rather than as assertions. We will work on choosing between multiple interpretations and on using persuasive techniques to defend and argue for them.
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Miramar, FL ISEE tutoring
Today we began with the SAT math section. The student learned how to solve math problems using formulas of area, perimeter, and surface area. She has the most difficulty with special right triangles. I have given her a chapter of reading, and told her to do math problems from the learning book for homework.
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