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The student worked some more on her assignment which focused on Leonardo Da Vinci's early childhood. We first tried to make it more clear of the time period we were focusing on, and did research together to try and find more dates and details for her to add to the writing assignment and make it more detailed as her peer suggested. I also helped her clean up some of the sentences a bit more and think this final draft is now worthy of submission. I think this was a great and productive session!
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The student and I worked on more test-taking skills, this time in reading comprehension. He did well on the test, but we will work on pacing himself in future sessions. He needs to shave off 10-15 min in order to finish in time. With more practice, he should improve. We also worked on some new vocabulary and we read more in Huckleberry Finn. I will bring new comprehension questions for him to every session to make sure he picks up on important elements of each chapter. He has done well in his comprehension so far and has made it about seven chapters into the book. He should continue reading this book at his leisure as it shouldn't get in the way of required reading in school.
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Syracuse, NY English Grammar and Syntax tutoring
The student got up to date with his English homework, we reviewed for his algebra test, and began the next chapter in geography (which he was naturally quite good at because it focuses on Europe).
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Syracuse, NY English Grammar and Syntax tutoring
The student seems to be showing steady progress in English, which is encouraging. I was happy to hear about his recent quiz on types of nouns on which he got a 90%. He even was able to demonstrate a better understanding of prepositions and prepositional phrase, the topic that had given him the most difficulty in the past.
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The student and I conversed. We discussed a number of topics, ranging from work to politics, culture, the difficulties of getting used to a new culture (in the U.S.) and a number of other subjects. Briefly, we discussed an incomplete sentence in a writing exercise that he forwarded to me a few weeks ago. We discussed the difference between a clause and a phrase, and between subordinate clauses and independent clauses.
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Syracuse, NY English Grammar and Syntax tutoring
The student focused on two projects relating to Lord of the Flies. The first thing he did was edit his essay for class, integrating quotes from the book. We also discussed the novel a bit so that he would be prepared for class. In this respect, he continues to surprise me. He has become very interested in the character of Jack, who at the start of the book is superficially law-abiding and cooperative, but who becomes increasingly defiant of social convention and insistent on his own superiority as the narrative progresses. He has been studying different economic systems in another class, and he told me that Jack reminds him of Stalin. This was not just a stab in the dark; he made a very good case for his opinion. This is actually a very insightful interpretation of the book's allegory, and I think it's not bad for a 15-year-old.
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