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Spanish Tutoring review by Kristen in West Valley City, UT
Today we worked a lot on the reflexive verbs and did some of the exercises in his textbook to practice using the new vocabulary in sentences. The student had 2 quizzes on new vocabulary this past week and he feels like he did well on them; he seems confident about memorizing the vocabulary. He could work on his reading comprehension. Sometimes he is a bit too hasty to fill in answers before he really understands the meaning of the instructions or passage. This is not a huge problem, but when he makes mistakes, that is often the reason.
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Spanish Tutoring review by Katherine in West Valley City, UT
Today the student and I finished creating sentences for his iMovie project. We then moved on to a review of his homework and the topics to be covered on his test Thursday, namely direct object pronouns, -ar preterite verb conjugations, as well as vocabulary.
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Spanish Tutoring review by Chibuzo in West Valley City, UT
We used this time to do more work with the student's Spanish vocab. He says that he learns best with notecards, but I introduced him to a language app today. I think the app will be more engaging, and will also prompt him to practice his accent. It also provides context clues and some cool visuals. I think this might be the key to the acquisition and retention of his vocabulary. Tomorrow we will most likely work on math.
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Spanish Tutoring review by Lucia in West Valley City, UT
We reviewed and studied vocabulary from Unidad 1/Etapa 1 for a vocabulary quiz the student was having in two days. This vocabulary included regular and irregular verbs in the preterite tense as well as traveling related words and phrases. We first went over the vocabulary from Spanish to English and then switched to having him state the word or phrase in Spanish on his own. We also worked on creating sentences in Spanish combining vocabulary expressions with verbs conjugated to all forms in the preterite tense.
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Spanish Tutoring review by Omar in West Valley City, UT
Yesterday, we reviewed for a quiz and a test the student has this upcoming Tuesday and Wednesday. We went over the vocabulary cards we created yesterday. And we also went over the broader vocabulary list she needs to have memorized by Wednesday for her test. We also went over important verbs whose conjugations she needs to have fully memorized. We then reviewed possessive pronouns and indicative pronouns, as well as certain important conjunctions. Lastly, we created a vocabulary list of need-to-know words. It was a very packed lesson, and I think that she benefited from the drilling and reviewing we did.
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Spanish Tutoring review by Tom in West Valley City, UT
With Student 1, we discussed a project she had to complete in which the student was assigned to write an advertisement for a medical product. The assignment required use of the imperfect tense. We then spent 30 minutes going through exercises using the imperfect tense. With Student 2, we spent our time going over vocabulary she was working on (primarily verbs used to describe your daily routine) and completing exercises that used this vocabulary with the correct conjugations.
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