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Sammamish, WA Latin tutoring
This was the student's third Spanish 101 tutoring session and began with a discussion of last week's second course exam and areas of concern. Writing and grammar remain dominant focuses for time being. Notable improvement on her part in writing section of test. Next, we used her iLearn homework modules to complete homework assignments and utilize grammatical concepts reviewed, e.g. stem changing verbs and irregular preterite verbs. The final portion of the homework involved listening and watching sections, allowing some review of basic listening skills and breaking down audio clips. Next session was scheduled for tomorrow, and will involve discussion of writing techniques, chapter's cultural points and oral practice.
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Today the student learned about how to form possessive pronouns (mine, yours, hers, ours) and the future tense in Spanish. We focused on irregular verbs in future tense, as well as how to make sentences using the future with the subjunctive mood. The student should write a few paragraphs about a job position he'd like in the future using what we learned today. She is doing very well.
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Today the student wanted to work on her assignments. The first assignments dealt with vocabulary and occupations, while the rest required her to learn to conjugate "-ar" verbs. In general, she did very well in the occupations section. The conjugations were a bit more challenging, but after explaining the concept and showing her endings for the different types of verbs, she was able to identify the correct forms of the verb and answer all the questions correctly. Along the way, I explained to her the rules for accents and got in a bit more practice. It's great to work with a motivated student!
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Sammamish, WA Latin tutoring
Today we covered the following topics: 1. Ser vs. Estar --> "Ser" is used to describe permanent conditions or characteristics, whereas "estar" is used to describe temporary conditions and location (Example: Yo soy Americana. vs. Yo estoy en mi casa.). 2. Syllabus and scheduling follow up --> When you get a chance, send me the syllabus for your Spanish class so that I can plan our lessons to be more aligned with what and how you're learning in class! --> Also, let me know what time and day during the week works best for you moving forward. 
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Sammamish, WA Latin tutoring
Today we did a lot. The student did some online homework about verbs like gustar, which led to us discussing how indirect object pronouns work. We then spent a good amount of time on a Spanish app and using the flashcard app that goes with it. I'm already seeing improvement on his memorization of vocabulary, which is great!
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Sammamish, WA Latin tutoring
Today we focused more on speaking and building sentences. We started by reviewing the material we covered last week on definite articles (el, la, los, las). We looked at a couple of pictures, and determined which article to use. Then, we did an exercise in which we needed to fill in the blank with questions that would get specific answers. I was asking him to put all the knowledge into practice, and he did great work. We spent the last half hour reading the story 'Oso pardo, oso pardo, qu? ves ah??' Today we focused on pronunciation of vowels instead of the meaning, and he did a good job. He needs to keep working on -i vs -e, -h, -j, -r. His -r's are coming along very nicely!
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