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"We started our session by reviewing the student's homework which continued with similar triangles and using theorems and postulates to prove that a triangle was similar and, if so, to determine various side lengths. He showed improvement with inscribed triangles and setting up the correct proportions. We went on to his challenge problem which involved the triangle inequality rule. We then did additional, unassigned review work which addressed the side splitter theorem, triangle angle bisector theorem and traversal/parallel line relationships. The session went well as he was focused and energetic. Our next session is scheduled for Wednesday, March 5th at 7 pm."
"The student recently had a geometry exam which she scored well on. We are now working on finding unknowns by using areas of the shapes, given sides of the triangles, and algebra. She is able to use the formulas appropriately. She is very comfortable with the material."
"The student has a standards test soon, so we reviewed old concepts in greater detail. I oversaw him reworking old proofs, and suggested different methods to help him understand what he was doing more abstractly. We also worked on some new problems regarding similarity or triangles and proofs thereof."
"Helped the student as she finished her homework from Ch 106109, which covered volume and surface area of prisms, cones, and spheres. She has still not received graded homework back from her teacher, but feels more comfortable with the material."
"Solving for x with two triangles that share a similar side (either sharing an isosceles side, or two right angles sharing a side)
Started Trigonometry and the basics thereof:
Determining the fractional equivalent of sine, cosine and tangent of a triangle.
Given a side and an angle, determining x."
Started Trigonometry and the basics thereof:
Determining the fractional equivalent of sine, cosine and tangent of a triangle.
Given a side and an angle, determining x."
"The student and I met for the first time today. In the future, we will be working on both Chemistry and Geometry, but today we worked mostly on Geometry. He is working on the very beginning of Geometry, which introduces a lot of different terms and is extremely wordy. We spent a good amount of time figuring out how his particular class defines the terms, and then we went through a practice test together."
"The student had a midterm practice packet that his teacher wanted the class to work on as practice for the upcoming midterm. He had no problem solving for angles, identifying congruent angles and the like but had some difficulty working through proofs for congruent and like sides/angles. Material that was covered earlier in the school year would definitely be a good starting place in terms of review, but overall it looked like he had a good grasp of the material. I think next session it would be advantageous to review the practice packet and revisit subjects that were more challenging."
"The student had a worksheet on the distance method to finish, so we worked through that, which also included some minilessons on prime factorization and simplifying square roots. His father said his most recent unit test score was much better."
"In this lesson, we prepared for the student's upcoming test this week. We first went over the most recent section he learned in class, which was on indirect proofs (i.e. proof by contradiction). He was very good with that. Then we previewed the next session he is about to learn which he thinks will be on his test. That was on parallel lines and transversals and alt int angle theorem, etc. With the remaining time, we went back and did problems from the chapter review and focused on what he thought was the hardest section for him  the detour method. I think after all the practice, he is in good shape for his test."
"We worked on coordinate system. How to draw a point or a figure that is being translated into x and y coordinates and reflection and doublereflection. The student was able to understand how to determine the equation of a vertical and horizontal lines across x and y axes"
"This session was focused on polygons in our math session. Student learned quickly to determine how many degrees were in the angles of a particular polygon, and just needed a little more work on including finding angle values when given only exterior angles. In the time we spent on Spanish, we covered his vocabulary words. He is definitely getting better with the vocabulary, and only has a couple words he needs to work on."
"Today the student and I started with a review of the building blocks of geometric figures  points, line segments, rays, and lines. We did a few problems testing properties of these, and I highlighted some simple problems in which the answers differed when the same question was asked about line segments, rays, and lines. He now knows to look for the symbols above the points to distinguish them. We then covered the basics of angles. We went over how to name them, how to identify the vertex, and the angle addition and subtraction properties. Finally, we went over what can and cannot be assumed. You cannot assume congruency just because segments or angles look congruent. I gave him a set of problems on angles to do for homework."
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