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Peoria, AZ Mandarin Chinese tutoring
Things went great with the student today! This was our first time meeting, so we spent a bit of time getting on the same page so I could gauge where he is, what he needs, etc. The student said he is working on getting his grade up from a C, and I am confident we can do that if we continue working together. Today we worked on conjugations, lots of irregular verbs in the present, preterite, imperfect, and subjunctive. I would say the student knew 50-60% of it on his own, but the rest I had to help him with. I left him with a sheet of notes I took throughout the session containing words, conjugations, etc., that he missed. He should definitely study up on that, as well as memorizing the preterite and imperfect endings. He should also brush up on irregular verbs in the present. Lastly, I would recommend he do lots of studying in the subjunctive, remembering that for the present subjunctive he needs to first put the verb in the "yo" form and then change the ending. Overall, great session with the student and I feel like we got a lot done! He also practiced a speech he has to give to his class with me, and I helped him on his pronunciation. At the end of the session, we had a brief conversation in Spanish and I would say he has a great basic understanding of speaking the language, but there are lots of holes that I would like to help him fill in.
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Peoria, AZ Mandarin Chinese tutoring
Today, the student and I caught up on reviewing her journal entries. We reviewed this week's and the following week's. For the first journal entry, she wrote about the transportation problems in Houston and how we could resolve them. The next, she wrote about whether we thought it was easy to live without thinking about the major problems in the world, especially in the environment. Both of these journal entries were in Spanish and included a wide variety of verb tenses, vocabulary, and sentence structure. In the second journal entry, we used her new vocabulary words on nature. We finished these journals with 30 minutes to spare so we did some riddles in Spanish. She has a knack for Spanish riddles--it was hard to fool her! Last, we read a Spanish fairy tale, "El Zorro y el Gallo" ("The Rooster and the Fox"). The student read the story to practice her reading fluency in Spanish and then I asked her comprehension questions at the end and helped her translate the more difficult words and literary Spanish sentences.
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Peoria, AZ Mandarin Chinese tutoring
During this session I continued to work on the subjunctive with the student. I had her work on a worksheet that asked her to first, identify if the verb was in the subjunctive or in the indicative, and second, conjugate the verb. After a few sentences in which the verb was not in the subjunctive, she was able to identify the verbs on her own and conjugate them. We then moved on to another worksheet, in which she needed to translate English sentences into Spanish, and vice versa. These sentences all included the subjunctive. She was able to identify the subjunctive in each sentence and conjugate it, but had a little difficulty translating a few words and using the correct grammar in a few sentences. I made sure to correct her mistakes and explain each one. I then asked her to write a few sentences in the subjunctive, using expressions found in a subjunctive worksheet. For the most part, she used the subjunctive correctly, but had a few grammatical mistakes. For homework, I asked her to write ten more sentences using these expressions.
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Peoria, AZ Mandarin Chinese tutoring
We first played five chess and the student beat me twice! Then we practiced writing dates, names as well as numbers. Her name is always hard for her to write. We also practiced doing more math in Chinese, using hundred and thousand now; she's getting really good at this! After doing math we did draw cartoons to practice saying colors and body parts. At the end we read 3 pages from the animal book to identify the animals and following the text reading along.
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Peoria, AZ Mandarin Chinese tutoring
The student did well today in her session. The session was geared towards her essay for Spanish class about problems in South America. We read information pertaining to the prompt, brainstormed, outlined, and organized the essay. Then she wrote a rough draft, and finally, the final essay was finished.
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Peoria, AZ Mandarin Chinese tutoring
The concepts covered in today's session were conjugation of AR, ER, and IR verbs, the present tense, and usage of SER and Estar. The student was positive and enthusiastic. Exercises were given for practice and extra work was left for student to do.
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