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Montgomery County, PA Economics tutoring
I worked with the student on Spanish. We reviewed her vocabulary and grammar for her quiz. She seems very strong at translating from Spanish to English, but she struggled a bit going the opposite way. I also set up a sample quiz for her which she did very well on. I am going to try to bring a prep book and the first Harry Potter in Spanish for her to practice with.
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Montgomery County, PA Economics tutoring
Examined diagnostic placement test.  The student needs help with fraction operations, division and word problems.  Spent majority of time working on decimal division.  Will be e-mailing his math teacher tomorrow to get her input on what we most need to focus on.
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Montgomery County, PA Economics tutoring
The student has a physics test Monday, and we reviewed the material for it. The test is over Newton's laws and he rocked it out. Struggling with the situations at first, but he grasped ways to approach the problems with practice.
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Montgomery County, PA Economics tutoring
The student will be taking the high school exit exam next week so we went over a exit exam prep workbook (released test questions) that her counselor had given her.  We covered many different topics, including number sense, algebra, functions, probability, and mathematical reasoning.  I also showed her how to make educated "guesses" by the process of elimination in case she does not know how to do a problem.  We will work on the rest of the workbook in the next session.  I gave her two worksheets to work on which include multiplying and dividing fractions which will be on the exam.  We also worked for three minutes on her multiplication (mostly the ones she has trouble with) and she did quite well.
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Montgomery County, PA Economics tutoring
Today's session began with SAT essay review. One half hour before the session, I had sent the student an essay writing prompt. When I arrived, he had completed an essay, allowing us to review it together. I happen to believe that teaching someone how to write an organized essay is vastly easier than teaching someone how to generate ideas, so I'm optimistic that the student's essay writing can improve quickly and substantially with a little quality tutoring. After working on the SAT, the student and I turned our attention to his essay. I was delighted to learn that he had indeed spent the past evening working on his essay, so the remainder of the session was spent refining his draft. Overall, I'm very pleased with his progress.
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Montgomery County, PA Economics tutoring
The student and I had a good initial session! We started working through and reviewing a sample test that included coverage of concepts related to supply and demand (and the determination of an equilibrium point), the application of the time value of money to compare two investments, the use of pricing as a mechanism to address a shortage situation, and the identification of quantities and prices (based upon cost information). We will be reviewing this again the next time we meet. In addition, we covered a question that related to the distinction between factors that create a demand curve shift (e.g. the price change of a substitute or compliment, changes in income) vs. changes that do not move the demand curve at all (e.g. price changes, price ceilings, etc.).
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