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"We covered conic sections.
I have been extremely impressed with the student's work over the past few months. She has been understanding math much better and seems much more comfortable with numbers in general. She is truly impressive, and I hope she gets an A this semester. She certainly deserves it!"
I have been extremely impressed with the student's work over the past few months. She has been understanding math much better and seems much more comfortable with numbers in general. She is truly impressive, and I hope she gets an A this semester. She certainly deserves it!"
"Today, for our last session of the semester, we reviewed all of the semester's material and any problem areas she felt she had. We reviewed forces, work and energy, circular motion, and kinetic energy. She seemed to have a very firm grasp over most of the material, and we went over any gray areas we saw."
"The student's assignment for today was calculating distances to scale. She did very well working through the assignment without much help. Following that, she had a chapter review assignment. She seems fairly comfortable with the concepts in this chapter, but could use more practice adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing numbers quickly in her head to save time on tests. I left her with some integer worksheets to practice operations with positive and negative numbers."
"Today the student and I prepared for his upcoming math exam by reviewing trigonomic functions and the unit circle. We covered how to solve a function, graph and find the inverse of trigonomic functions. He did extremely well  but there is a lot to remember and keep track of. He will continue to practice before the test."
"The student completed Chapter 19 of Lesson 5, completed the FillintheBlank portion of his Lesson 4 exam, and noted the pages upon which the answers to the Lesson 4 exam short answer essays were located."
"Worked on a review packet. I feel like we really took some positive steps today. This professor wrote a new statistics book and takes some very different approaches from the methods traditionally taught in the classroom. We mastered ANOVA, FTests, Fisher's LSD, Tukey's HSD, Pearson rcorrelation, and linear regression. It was extremely refreshing and we reached a very good comfort zone with the material."
"The student has another test coming up, so we worked on some of the lingering questions she had on her review worksheet. Some of them were related to "hidden" usubstitution problems. Once I pointed out how usubstitution could be applied, and how to look out for these type in the future, she understood quickly. Next, we moved to more review of inverse trig functions and triangle simplification. Finally, there was a question related to finding the Nth derivative of a function. Showed her that the procedure basically boils down to finding the first 2 or 3 derivatives, then IDing a pattern the derivatives follow, then find a way to express that pattern as a function of n. Did a little side digression/preview of how this process relates to the future sequences and series sections she'll be covering a few weeks from now in class. Overall a good review session and a good sneak peak at what's to come later in the class."
"The student and I worked on solving for the volume in various prisms on his homework. He seems to really understand this unit and tackled each problem with enthusiasm and accuracy. We spent the remainder of the session reviewing how to subtract areas to find the area of a shaded region. He struggled a little more with these concepts but managed to answer several tricky questions correctly by the end of our time."
"We continued learning the clock and the different ways to say the hours in Spanish. She learned more vocabulary about fruits, vegetables and meat. She learned to describe situations in a restaurant.
Progress achieved: She would be able to ask for fruits and vegetables in the supermarket and describe how a restaurant is. Good class!"
Progress achieved: She would be able to ask for fruits and vegetables in the supermarket and describe how a restaurant is. Good class!"
"Worked with the student on the science section of the test. We talked about how to approach each type of passage. We focused on reading graphs and charts, and combining them when needed."
"Today the student and I discussed VSEPR theory and how it's used to predict electron and molecular geometries based on the number of electron densities and lone pairs. She did very well. We then began discussing inverse relations in algebra."
"We covered simplifying algebraic fractions, factoring in order to combine like terms and simplify, and how to use the elimination to take two equations in two variables and turn it into one equation with one variable."
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