Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student had homework in both reading and math. For reading, I supervised her writing each spelling word three times. She seemed to know them immediately as she wrote them. She also had to read two stories from her reader- I joined her, at her request. She did a great job. For math, I supervised her paper on math. It contained mostly statement problems. She did each one very easily and correctly. The student also showed me that she made a 100% on each her math and spelling tests. I congratulated her, I let her choose several stickers as a reward for her excellent work. She was thrilled. I then read a few pages from the Frozen book I had, as another reward for her excellent test results."
"The student had several pieces of homework to do. He worked on basic addition facts and drawing pictures for word problems. We also echo read his story for the week, and then he had to read it as well. He managed to accomplish everything that he needed to get done."
"The student had some homework in which she had to write her own word problems and provide an answer key. We worked through this quickly, and then drilled the four operations in fractions, where she proved she is a fraction rock star! We then finished the session with a game that she made up drilling the multiplication table."
"The student had to do both a book entry and a math worksheet, and she worked very hard to get it all done. This entry was much easier than the last one for her, and she did very well on the addition and multiplication strategies."
"The student has a math test that we studied for. He needed help with the multiplication of decimals. By the end of the session, using certain strategies, he was able to complete the questions alone."
"The student has a test coming up that determines what level class he will be in. Therefore, we are focusing on the math skills for addition, subtraction, and understanding word problems. His goal is to move up to the high level class. He struggles with subtracting multiple digit numbers by moving too fast. We are working on slowing him down to better understand the problems. We are also practicing multi-step word problems. I think this will also help him slow down. I am confident that he will pass his test and move to the higher level class!"