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Today we discussed physics concepts (entropy and enthalpy) related to the Demetrius 1997 article and particularly the Helmholtz/Gibbs free energy relationship. We will continue our discussion on Tuesday of chemical potential with respect to internal energy and the idea of free energy and positive versus negative entropy.
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We went through an article that he had to read and discussed it. We also did a section on photosynthesis in his science workbook. We spent the rest of the session preparing for his math exam tomorrow on positive and negative integers, order of operations, and absolute value.
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The student and I had a good session reviewing DNA and the cell cycle. This is the first time the student has seen these concepts and understandably had lots of questions. We will continue to review these concepts before her quiz next Monday.
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On Tuesday we worked on her Science final exam study guide, which meant going through all of her vocabulary from each unit, making diagrams of things like the parts of the cell and the heart, and working through some of the concepts. She is very confident about most of the material and I am not concerned about her ability to succeed on the final.
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I worked with the student on making graphs of his science fair experimental data, emphasizing the importance of how the way we graph data can make a big difference in how easy it is to come to a conclusion quickly from viewing only the graphs/charts. We also worked on writing his conclusion of the experiment. He did have observations from when conducting the experiment, i.e. olive oil caused a flickering or spark of flame slightly, that I encouraged him to discuss with the science fair judges when it comes time to present the data. I told him to finish writing his conclusion and we can go over it next week. He needs to include a thought on experimental error or procedural complications to let reader know about potential pitfalls, and then also project why this data and its results are so important in our everyday lives, or how it can affect us daily.
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The student showed me a past exam with a score of 71. It was only the answer page from a multiple choice exam so we could not go over mistakes. We then spent an hour covering the digestive system, homeostasis, and cellular organization. She has the general basics of the digestive system. She struggles with remembering the production of bile and it's contribution to the digestion cycle. I gave some suggestions about thinking of each organ as a member of a team and that the team has one goal-getting every nutrient from food before it makes it to the exit (the anus). She understands homeostasis very well and needed no coaching on cellular organization. The last 30 minutes was spent going over math. She understands scale model to actual size but gets confused by the cross multiply exam she was given in class. She seems to best understand when using a table.
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