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Santa Monica, CA Languages tutoring
1. Spanish worksheet on ser vs. estar - agreement between number of subject and verb, and choosing between ser and estar. 2. Science Fair project is due two days from now - The student's display is one of the first things due. It will require the scientific method as he used it, to be shown, as well as the graph that he made of his data. I don't know whether he will choose to bring his plants, but we have some pictures of the plants. 3. As part of the science fair folder, the student had an incomplete that the teacher said she would check back on - the background research and bibliography part. The student and I went over the information crucial to his project that we took out of the books (water as needed for photosynthesis - a hint from the teacher, actually) and he made his bibliography as well.
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The student and I met from 7:40 to 9:15. We worked on permutation and combination problems, along with problems regarding counting principles. She completed her homework along with an overdue one. We will meet on Thursday to review for her Chemistry quiz on Friday.
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Santa Monica, CA Languages tutoring
Another quality session with the student. We started off by analyzing the structure and persuasive strategies used in a op-ed article, just as a little warm up. Then I presented a few essay-like prompts to Isabel, to which she came up with three examples to support her chosen response to the essay assignment. This exercise mimics the all-important first five minutes of the exam essay section, when the entire argument of the student's essay is planned out. She did well, but she will continue doing this exercise to increase her outlining speed. We then did some practice using the reading/writing sections of the practice book. With a little practice in test-taking strategy (when to skip a problem, when to take a 50/50 chance, etc.), I can see the student achieving a very high score on these sections. I assigned the student an essay during this session, and I look forward to reading it next time.
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At our last session, the student and I continued to review her first diagnostic test, identifying the concepts that were difficult for her and working through a series of practice problems. We began with problems relating to straightforward algebra especially quantitative reasoning questions with variables in columns a and b. She's becoming much more comfortable with simplifying algebraic expressions. Our next step is to practice utilizing these skills to answer word problems. Much of the time, the student completes a word problem in her head, but I'm encouraging her to be systematic about it and write everything down. For the second half of the session, we discussed and practiced slope-intercept form (slope, graphing functions, coordinate planes, etc.). All in all, wonderful work!
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We did another session focusing on lenses and mirrors and ray tracing in particular, talking about the special cases of double lenses, and pointing out some facts to carry around about qualitatively where an image will be (and what kind of image it will be) given certain objects with certain optical elements. I think the student is really getting the hang of this now.
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Santa Monica, CA Languages tutoring
The student was asked to speak about his week in French. This was done this pronunciation guidance from me. A video bearing a Vietnamese story in French was then listened to by the student. He could understand and pick out certain French expression. The story was then viewed again, this time by not only listening but watching. From the video the student learned new expressions in French.
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