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## Session Summaries by French Tutors

*This Session: 1)Analyze most recent SAT test results to identify weak areas 2)Review basic number operations and general math terms. 3)Review and practice basic algebra *Assignment: Finish Basic Algebra practice exercises
The student  has a test on solids, liquids, gases, and kinetic molecular theory coming up, so we talked through her study guide and then reviewed the harder concepts in more detail. We particularly focused on intermolecular forces and what factors influence boiling points and melting points (and in which direction).
The student and I went over one homework problem he was confused about, and then we reviewed chapter 10. I assigned him homework which focused on increasing his understanding of the theorems of the chapter, as well as their uses in proofs.
The session yesterday involved working with the student on the concept of substitution that would allow her to find the solutions to equations. She was able to implement the concept through her homework and differentiate between the process of elimination and substitution. To allow her to better memorize the concepts, I will be using a notebook with discrete examples that she can go back to in order to help her progress faster.
Student worked on a puzzle reviewing her multiplication facts. She did well on this puzzle, only needing a little help. I asked her to take about ten minutes a day to review her facts. We also read for comprehension and she wrote a summary on what she read on her own. I also asked her to continue reading over the holiday break.
We worked on using "en" in sentences as well as "le," "la," "les," and "l'." I went over how to use the imparfait and what the grammatical rules are for this tense. She completed her homework and worked towards her exam next week. I am confident that she will do well.