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Spanish Tutoring review by Sarah in Hawthorne, CA
The student and I reviewed packets she had completed during the past week. In these packets she was practicing informal "tu" commands. Together we worked to develop the best answers and then practiced additional commands as the student has a quiz on "tu" commands this week. Finally the student and I read four pages of a short story together, reading aloud in both English and Spanish.
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Spanish Tutoring review by Lubo in Hawthorne, CA
During today's session, the student and I first spent the first 15 minutes with a mini quiz I had made and given him. The quiz was based on present tense verbs as well as verb definitions and other vocabulary words. After the quiz, we spent the next thirty minutes reviewing the material I had created for him which included vocabulary words, present tense verb conjugations, and imperfect tense verb conjugations. I will be emailing him additional material this weekend so that he has more practice during the weekend. The student will be receiving new material and new lessons to study in his Spanish II class and they are now beginning to study the preterite tense. I explained to the student that with the present, imperfect, and now preterite tenses, it is easy to get confused on the proper conjugation of verbs in the near future. I stressed to him the importance of spending time reviewing the material on his own so it will be a lot easier to transition and learn new material in the class. We spent the last thirty minutes of our session doing some exercises and assignments under the preterite tense.
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Spanish Tutoring review by Maria in Hawthorne, CA
During today's tutoring session, we worked with her new Chapter 5 vocabulary for the upcoming quiz. She also brought a report related to her last chapter test which was an A. She did express her wish to have scored a higher A and mentioned that the culture questions were ambiguously worded, so for our next session before her exam, we will more closely examine the Cultural concepts of Chapter 5. Today, I brought white boards and dry erase markers with which to practice the new vocabulary. I wrote a single sentence definition pertaining to a word, and she supplied the vocabulary word or words. She was able to both practice the spelling of the word and also associate a definition with the vocabulary. This chapter's topic centers around: A Disaster "Un Desastre" and what happened (past tense) afterwards. She again performed well and was also able to answer with any follow up questions I posed. All of the words in the response come from her new vocabulary: verbs associated with disasters: to put out, climb, to rescue, to save, to try...etc. Afterwards, we worked in her Spanish II workbook, and she did an extra vocabulary practice page. She was right on cue every time and easily adjusted to any modification of sentence wording, question, or expression I might have used. We read in Spanish out loud, the story of an earthquake that had struck a city and how the residents responded. We identified all of the vocabulary, and where relevant, I asked her to identify the verbs used (whether preterite or Imperfect and explain their uses). Afterwards, she answered the reading comprehension questions related to the story. She used words from the question to help formulate her responses so she was not configuring a sentence from scratch when, many times, using words from the questions can aid in the structuring of a response. The last page was a fill in the blank vocabulary page where some friends were conversing about a recent hurricane and flood that had been reported on the news. She quickly identified the missing words and appropriately assigned their place in the dialogue. I know she'll demonstrate her intelligence on the upcoming vocabulary quiz.
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Spanish Tutoring review by Alejandro in Hawthorne, CA
Today the student did not have homework, so we worked on reading a story from his workbook and answering some questions from it. The student is improving his pronunciation and his reading appears to continually get smoother and better. His vocabulary seems to be growing slowly.
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Spanish Tutoring review by Milagros in Hawthorne, CA
We went over adjectives and did an worksheet. We also played Pictionary with fruits and colors. They both worked independently and at their own pace. I like playing music when they work to created a cozy environment and they seemed to like it.
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Spanish Tutoring review by Emily in Hawthorne, CA
The student and I reviewed vocab for her upcoming assessment exam. The student and I also reviewed vocab for her final as well as the verbal section. She is so capable! I see her confidence has waned a little-- so we will work on that!
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