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Summer Tutoring review by Matthew in Sandy, UT
The student and I worked on the introduction and conclusion to his research paper, particularly on synthesizing information discussed in the three legacies sections of his paper, and how to write a solid thesis statement. I had him take notes regarding possible discussion points, and then craft sentences based around these and on information requested in the study packet provided by his teacher. I am hoping that he will be able to replicate this strategy when working on papers in the future.
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Summer Tutoring review by Crystal in Sandy, UT
We covered new vocabulary in Spanish and reviewed how our study techniques are working now that they have been in place for a week. The highlighting/coding for vocabulary seems to be working well.
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Summer Tutoring review by Dylan in Sandy, UT
Student 1 and I read a chapter of his book "Shiloh" out loud. This way, we both knew what important elements of the story would need to be included in his follow-up homework, a "hamburger outline," which is essentially the framework of a paragraph. We consolidated the information of the chapter into its most important parts and then figured out what a strong introductory sentence, body, and conclusion require. With Student 2, we re-read his chapter from yesterday, as his homework demanded. He then did two math timed tests. We then, as per his request, studied Spanish familial vocabulary, adding "nieto/nieta," "padre/madre," and "hermano/hermana" to his vocabulary.
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Summer Tutoring review by Chelsea in Sandy, UT
Student 1- She had two essays to work on. We began breaking down her theology essay and organizing her work so that it fit better with her teacher's prompt. I helped her to add a new section of her paper that included research on the issue she was reporting (the Chinese rights defense movement). Next, I helped her to make a comprehensive outline for a history essay on the Stuart Monarchy. We organized and reviewed the key points in her outline so that she is prepared to write the essay for Friday. Student 2: He had American History homework to complete and had some questions about important generals and battles. Student 3: She completed her grammar homework, and I helped with proper use of an underline vs. quotations when writing about book and article titles.
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Summer Tutoring review by Michael in Sandy, UT
During this session, we reviewed some biology vocabulary terms, as well as a number of review questions provided by the student's teacher for test preparation. At the beginning of our session, we spoke about organization and how now is the time to start organizing, so that it becomes habitual. We set up a Google Calendar for his major assignments (tests, projects, etc.) so that it would remind him a few days before to start studying.
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Summer Tutoring review by Linda in Sandy, UT
The student read me a rough draft of a historical narrative. He told me he could also use some help with summarizing. He tends to put too much detail when summarizing. I've been bringing high interest articles with comprehension activities focusing on main idea, inferencing, and summarizing.
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