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"The student and I talked about oneway ANOVA today, and she completed some homework questions and quiz material.
She is doing really well with this material. She has a very focused attitude. If she takes her time, she does really well. She had a few questions about effect size, clarifying the difference between numerator and denominator difference, what they are used for, and how to find and interpret Rsquared values.
She has been doing well on her previous homework on this subject. We used a previous assignment to study for her quiz, and she got an A on it."
She is doing really well with this material. She has a very focused attitude. If she takes her time, she does really well. She had a few questions about effect size, clarifying the difference between numerator and denominator difference, what they are used for, and how to find and interpret Rsquared values.
She has been doing well on her previous homework on this subject. We used a previous assignment to study for her quiz, and she got an A on it."
"Today the student worked on both on the quantitative and verbal sections of the test. First, we discussed the work the student had done this past week and how he was feeling with new math concepts taught on Monday. Then, I had him complete a timed quantitative section, which we subsequently went through together. I reiterated concepts and strategies brought up in the past two sessions, including graphing questions, plugging in, and exponent rules. We took the last 50 minutes to work on verbal, and he completed a timed verbal section, which we went through together, discussing ways to improve his use of the mapping technique."
"The student and I worked on word problems in algebra, how to find sine, cosine and tangent and reading comprehension. For algebra, I gave him a long problem to figure out. He had to solve for different numbers within the same problem. As for sine, cosine, and tangent, we went over how to solve these types of problems. We also read an article and wrote about it. He had to give his opinion and support it with facts from the article. For the next session, we will continue to work on word problems."
"Today was spent working on about 1 and a half problems from the student's problem set. We were able to totally complete the first problem and get about half of the second one done. The topics covered in the first problem were mostly partial derivatives and algebra, with a little thermodynamics. The second problem was mostly more of the same."
"We began by reading "King Tut: Egyptian Pharaoh" aloud. Then, we focused on concepts in Unit 16, Lesson 10, including a spelling posttest, a quiz on plural and possessive nouns, a review of compound adjectives, prepositional phrases, identifying main ideas, paraphrasing, and writing paragraphs. Then, we moved on to Unit 17, Lesson 1, which consisted of a spelling pretest, a hand spelling technique, possessive noun rewriting practice, and fluency practice using "The Pyramids." We had book talks on "Carousel Court" and "Be More Chill." The student is excited because he has almost finished reading his first book on his own. Congrats to him! We then did vowel study and completed the entire vowel chart and discussed spelling variations for different vowel sounds. The student practiced using phonetic spelling as a problem solving technique for unfamiliar words."
"We briefly reviewed photosynthesis, cellular respiration, and fermentation again. We then started chapter 4, which is on plants. We got through half of the first lesson. After each section, I asked him several questions to check for understanding. I told him to take the remainder of the time to work on his homework. By doing his homework carefully, I think he can solidify his understanding of chapter 3."
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