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"The student and I focused mainly upon Spanish for our session. He claimed that his summer math class is extremely simple and that he has no problem keeping up with the work. He took his first test over "Of Mice and Men" yesterday, and claims that he think he did well. He will now start "And Then There Were None," so we'll go over that next week.
For Spanish, we reviewed the difference of ser and estar, introduced how to say that you like things (gustar) and make comparisons (mas...que, menos...que, tan...como). The student is bright and picks up on the correct conjugation fairly quickly. The only difficulty in teaching him Spanish is the lack of repetition throughout the week between tutoring sessions."
For Spanish, we reviewed the difference of ser and estar, introduced how to say that you like things (gustar) and make comparisons (mas...que, menos...que, tan...como). The student is bright and picks up on the correct conjugation fairly quickly. The only difficulty in teaching him Spanish is the lack of repetition throughout the week between tutoring sessions."
"The student had exams coming up in school, so we worked on a few problems for her geometry and chemistry classes. For geometry, had reviewed a packet of problems that covered material on her final. There were a few problems that she had trouble with, even though the teacher had distributed solutions for all the problems. We went over the most difficult problems, which were problem solving questions that covered max/min relationships, graphing, optimization, and simultaneous equations.
For chemistry, we went over a few questions that she had regarding conjugate acids and bases. I went over some theory problems with her that were mentioned on her review sheet."
For chemistry, we went over a few questions that she had regarding conjugate acids and bases. I went over some theory problems with her that were mentioned on her review sheet."
"Today, the student and I tackled the majority of his Spanish packet. He seems to struggle with the directions moreso than anything else, especially since the directions often use Spanish words which he has not yet learned. With guidance, though, he began improving and internalizing the grammatical lessons reinforced by the packet."
"After a bit of math, we discussed the essay section at length, and I feel like the student made significant progress. His essay needed work, but that's why I'm here! He seemed to understand and be receptive to my suggestions."
"1. Studied being in a cafe in Spain and roleplayed being customer and waiter. 2. Studied food and drinks consumed in a cafe. 3. Studied being in a Mexican market and roleplayed being client and vendor. 4. Studied fruits and vegetables sold in a market. 4. Studied food sold in a supermarket. 5. Reviewed the difference in conjugating the present and preterit (past) tenses. 6. Assigned listening activities and vocabulary homework for Tuesday."
"We went over the format of the test and some testtaking tips. The student took a timed minidiagnostic test from the prep book. Since he is not familiar with some key concepts in math, we spent some time practicing problems (absolute value, rules of exponents). I will send him additional practice problems in math and I suggested that he take one of the sample tests under timed conditions. We will go over the test in the next session."
"Today the student and I worked on establishing how far he had progressed in his preparations for the final, and subsequently on reviewing chapter 7. In order to ensure his preparations are effective going forward, we decided that he would need to get a certain grade on each homework. We also decided that I would administer a test this week to determine whether he would need to do additional studying in Austin his weekend. Regarding chapter 7, I tested the student in a variety of areas. Overall, I was pleased with the extent to which he remembered and understood the material. To end with, we discussed questions he should ask his teacher regarding the homework for chapter 7."
"We reviewed the following topics: combining like terms, distributive property, addition and subtraction of negative numbers, properties and important vocabulary. Combining like terms was challenging for the student. She did, however, show great improvement throughout the session."
"The student and I went over the remainder of test 4. Her scores this morning were a 28, 31, and 30 (math, reading, and science, respectively). I predict a composite score of 28  30. She has made huge strides in the five sessions we've had together, and I feel very confident she will achieve her score goals."
"The student received her scores from her first ACT test. Her greatest improvement was from science. She is taking the test again in April, and I am confident she can even further improve her composite. We went over strategies for English and reviewed the wrong answers for a practice test. Then we discussed reading strategies. We devised a method for her to get the most out of each passage while still having time to finish the test. She will test it this week on a practice test. We will continue to focus on reading for her last session next week."
"We went through her homework on finding the x and y intercepts and graphing an equation using x and y intercepts. She understood the concept much better after we went over it in simple terms. Then we went through the problems on her test, focusing on solving equations with variables on both sides of the equals sign and cross multiplying."
"Focused on SAT Math.
She did a good job of preparing for this lesson in terms of knowing what she got wrong on her homework. What I see is that the student definitely knows how to do the math (tactically) but is having trouble visualizing the path to the answer.
We went over a very simple approach (look for what they are asking, break that down into two parts, use previous info).
We also covered some general tactics like 'Use 1' to test it. For homework, she is supposed to start reviewing the lessons in her book a little more systematically."
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