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Pico Rivera, CA Summer tutoring
Today the student and I went over his current grades subject by subject. He is doing well and he has a consistent, practical attitude towards getting his school work done. Having scored a 90% on the Language Arts test we studied for last week, we have good confidence at this point. We went over math concepts for a quiz tomorrow, taking the time to examine Power Points his teacher posted online and do the corresponding activities. Next, we read chapters 7 and 8 from the assigned novel in his Language Arts class. I stopped his reading every so often to get him to think about the content at a high level.
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Pico Rivera, CA Summer tutoring
We completed the 40 word GIST for two chapters, added pictures to her foldable, and selected a poem for her to memorize.
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Pico Rivera, CA Summer tutoring
We started with Student 1 today, and he first completed his math worksheet for the day. We then worked on his Crazy Circuit project, but since he needs to build a project and answer some questions online about it, we were not able to complete it. He has drawn a diagram of what he will do and need. We then dug out some homework to turn in, including a study guide over the earth and weathering as well as a centers sheet for math. Student 2 worked on a centers sheet for math as well, and we studied spelling words.
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Pico Rivera, CA Summer tutoring
The student and I discussed his research paper. He wrote his rough draft and his teacher made comments. Mine were a little more critical. We went over all of the changes that needed to be made and I sent him a paper of mine that I wrote while in graduate school. He is going to send me his paper by Monday. We are going to meet again twice next week to get this paper done for the Thursday turn in.
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Pico Rivera, CA Summer tutoring
Today, I tried to introduce a couple new study skills into the student's repertoire. The first was using flashcards. She said she has used them before, but only a little bit. I taught her how she can use flashcards for all of her school subjects, and we started making some cards for her upcoming English test. The other study skill we went over was how to parse out information from a text and make it into a diagram. We did this with her science lessons, where she was learning both the nitrogen and carbon cycles. Though I know that she understands the material that we cover and the study skills we use together, I worry that she does not understand how she can use these study skills on her own. So for the future, I want to find a way to not only convey these methods to her, but to help her adapt them into her day-to-day studying routine.
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Pico Rivera, CA Summer tutoring
The student and I went over her flashcards for Science on the digestive system in preparation for her exam on Friday. Then we prepared for her English exam on Julius Caesar. She said she had read and highlighted in the book while following along with in-class readings, but she said she didn't understand what the book was about or who the characters were. We decided to re-read the entire book, using the modern day English translations, and pause every few paragraphs to make sure she understood what was happening. She also wrote down a summary and character list for every scene that we read. We decided in the future it might be best to re-read the assigned chapters that they read in class just to make sure she understands what she was reading, rather than waiting until the day before an exam.
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