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Phonics Tutoring review by Gita in Huntington Park, CA
We finished reading The Hunger Games in advance of this session. For the first 20 minutes we discussed the entertainment value of the Hunger Games to the citizens of the Capital. Jessica opined that Capital citizens such as Katniss's prep team were somewhat evil for feeling no empathy for the tributes during the Games, and we talked about how the Capital uses the Games to alienate its pampered residents from the citizens of the Districts, their 'toys' in the Games. After, we continued to trace the development of Katniss and Peeta's relationship after the rules change brings Peeta back to Katniss's mind after she was consumed by Rue's death. The student noted the dominant thread of Katniss continuing to believe that Peeta was putting on an act for the cameras, in spite of mounting evidence to the contrary. She also pointed out that Katniss is still unsure about her feelings for Gale, and speculated that Gale would believe the romance act that Katniss was putting on for the audience. We spent the last few minutes reviewing the student's answers to the comprehension questions I had assigned her for the reading on hunger in the Unites States, all of which were good. For homework, I instructed her to finish recording the development of Katniss and Peeta's relationship, and her own thoughts about it, and to read another short set of articles about hunger in the real world.
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Phonics Tutoring review by Colette in Huntington Park, CA
In order to get the student into the habit of using his vocabulary words in his writing, I gave him a list of words from his Language Arts class, as well as from our sessions, and asked him to use these to replace simple adjectives such as "very," "big," "cold," etc. He was able to replace the simple words with the appropriate adjectives. I discussed with him how, now that he had an expanded vocabulary with which to work, he could start to use this to improve his writing. For example, I reviewed how he changed "very cold" to frigid in this activity, and now he has a better word for very cold to use for future writing. I introduced an editing checklist for the student and we edited a couple of paragraphs together, using this as a guide. Lastly, the student typed out the first paragraph for his graduation essay, which had previously been outlined. I encouraged him not to edit as he goes along, so that he can focus on getting all his thoughts down before revising. He will complete the essay for our next session.
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Phonics Tutoring review by Lauren in Huntington Park, CA
The student and I continued to work on her book. We also talked about literary terms like personification, foreshadowing, and point of view. She did a great job.
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Phonics Tutoring review by Leah in Huntington Park, CA
The student and I were able to work on a Math section in her SAT book today. She worked through this 20 minute section on her own completely. She understood the correct answers quite easily. She expressed a desire to work through an algebra 2 review on Sunday, so we will do that in order to review math concepts she feels unsure of.
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Phonics Tutoring review by Bonnie in Huntington Park, CA
Today we finished the student's comic book. He completed the writing and illustrations with very little assistance. His spelling is improving greatly. Working on projects that involve drawing in the storytelling process really helps his confidence in spelling. He was able to easily recall the spelling of words with silent letters, such as "knife". He is mastering when to use silent "e" and continues to improve on sounding out words he doesn't know how to spell. He completed an 8-page comic book with a single storyline, with four cells on each page, plus a title page. He is very proud of his project. I left him some sheets to review concepts he stumbled on: When to use "an" vs. "a" How to spell/use "here" vs. "hear" and "plane" vs. "plain." We may do some work with homonyms/homophones next session.
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Phonics Tutoring review by Hannah in Huntington Park, CA
The student and I worked more this week on how to engage with a text that she is not as interested in. I chose a topic that I knew she was not very interested in, and then we discussed how we can still engage with a text and read it with comprehension even when it bores us. The strategies of illustrating the text and annotating it will keep her engaged and actively reading even when the subject matter is not her first choice.
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