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About Cottage Grove

Cottage Grove, WI is a small town outside the metropolitan area of Madison. It has been the recipient of the Tree City USA award several times. There are over 2,500 trees lining the various public streets and community parks. This small community is home to farms, rural subdivisions, rural family businesses, and a downtown area.

There are six different school districts within the region of Cottage Grove, including Monona Grove School District. Monona Grove High School is a top school in the Monona Grove School District. This high school ranked #48 out of 468 high schools in Wisconsin. If you are looking for private online or in-home tutoring to potentially improve in class or pass that big exam, professional tutors in Cottage Grove are skilled in instruction and test prep for all levels. Cottage Grove, WI, tutors are available to students in the area at one of the local colleges like the Media Institute, Edgewood College, or Madison Area Technical College. These institutions are just outside Cottage Grove, in the Madison area. If you seek online or in-home private tutoring for test prep and general subject instruction from Cottage Grove tutors, you could potentially increase your odds of getting into your top school choice.

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Tutoring review by Joseph in Cottage Grove, WI
The student and I reviewed material for her exam (which was Friday). Specifically we covered Law of Sines, Law of Cosines, Vectors, as they apply to real life type problems (word problems). I also showed her a few tricks when it comes to these type of problems, for her test preparation (always draw sketches, write down all givens, fill in any "easy" non givens, etc.). She seems to grasp the concepts well, but still makes "little" errors such as calculations, or simple algebraic errors. With a little patience, and checking her work, this should be corrected.
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Tutoring review by Nazish in Cottage Grove, WI
Along with Math homework, the student also had a language arts assignment. She had already finished her math homework before I arrived, so for the first half of the session we went over the language arts assignment. It consisted of a passage in the beginning followed by 3 questions, all related to a flowchart that they had to make in relation to the passage. She was having trouble writing a flowchart efficiently, so we started by going through each paragraph of the passage and summarizing it. Then we talked about translating that exactly onto a flowchart in an effective way. This way she was able to understand how to write a flowchart, as well as have more practice understanding the sequence of events in a story. Towards the end, I taught her how to make an origami fortune teller. With that we wrote the multiplication facts for the 2's table on it, and made the fortune teller into a practice tool for the 2's.
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Tutoring review by Rachel in Cottage Grove, WI
We reviewed what the student has been learning in world geography (Russia) and she worked on English homework (vocabulary).
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Tutoring review by Rachel in Cottage Grove, WI
I started the session with the student sharing a math victory with me -- his grade raised 14 points! Yay! We then went into getting him ahead in his new unit: studying triangles. We reviewed six different types of triangles and worked on problems that required him to find missing sides and angles. We added 7 new triangle related flashcards today and reviewed all the ones we had created to keep the knowledge fresh for his cumulative final exam. I left three homework problems in preparation for next week's session, using algebra to find missing triangle sides and angles.
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Tutoring review by ManHua in Cottage Grove, WI
The student had already finished his homework for the previous class and felt he understood the material for the upcoming quiz/test so we moved on with previewing the next topic. We worked on graphing and manipulating quadratic equations. Because this is a pretty novel topic for him, it was a bit challenging in the beginning. However, by the end of the session, he understood the two sections we went over pretty well and felt confident in working through some of the practice problems. For the next session, I will address any questions he had on the two sections we worked on today and move on with the next sections of the unit. We will most likely also do a review if he has any other quizzes and tests coming up.
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Tutoring review by Junior in Cottage Grove, WI
Today we did more with solving linear equations in one variable, including the variable on both sides of the equal sign. We progressed to multi-step equation solving. We also studied rational vs. irrational numbers. As a number booster, we considered numerical sequences like 2, 3, 5, 8, ___ where the pattern leads to 12. The concepts of dividing and multiplying monomials were introduced. The student performed above average on each of the practice exercises. Errors consisted of thinking -5 + x as meaning -5x, that y/y = 1, not 0 or y, and that x means x to the 1st power and x^0 = 1. We stressed adding like terms as in "-4x -6x is -10x. I left him with additional practice in these areas as well as presenting the concept of solving linear equations with fractional coefficients as in 3/2 x = 4 by multiplying both sides by the reciprocal of 3/2 which is 2/3.
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