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About Garden Grove

Garden Grove in northern Orange County, CA, is only 34 miles (55 km) south of Los Angeles, and the scenic Garden Grove Freeway (State Route 22) passes through the city. Founded in 1874 by Alonzo Cook, Garden Grove remained a small, rural crossroads until the railroad arrived in 1905. The town then prospered by producing a number of agricultural crops, including oranges, chili peppers, walnuts, and strawberries. The city is home to businesses, including Air Industries Corp., American Apparel Knit & Dye, GKN Aerospace Transparency Systems, Inc., and Kaiser Foundation Health. Garden Grove is the childhood home of actor and comedian Steve Martin.

Most of the city is served by the Garden Grove Unified School District, but portions are assigned to Huntington Beach Union School District and Westminster School District. Some of the best high schools in the city include Pacifica High, Bolsa Grande High, and Rancho Alamitos High. If you take advantage of Garden Grove, CA, tutoring, you might increase your chances of getting into the top colleges and universities. Excellent post-secondary schools include the nearby California Institute of Technology, California Lutheran University, California Maritime Academy, and California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo. Garden Grove tutoring lets you receive private instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or test prep today. Expert online tutoring from Garden Grove, CA, tutors will work to try to help you succeed in your test prep and coursework.

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Today, we covered graphing polynomial and rational functions. The student had a good understanding of the material in general. We started out be classifying functions, which required me explaining how to determine whether something is a polynomial or not. We then went on to graphing rational functions. I helped the student develop a method of finding asymptotes, then intercepts, then finding other points if needed. The student has a good understanding, but will need to practice this a little more in order to make it feel routine.
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Today, we worked on graphing absolute value functions. We graphed the translations, reflections of the absolute value functions. We completed the worksheet the student had for homework and later looked at the textbook problems and worked on those towards the end of the session.
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The student and I used multiplication flashcards to practice numbers, I showed them to him in very fast succession and he would give me the result. He did an excellent job and his pronunciation is very close to native-like. Also, we used noun cards; he would see the English side and give me the name of the object in Spanish, then proceed to make a sentence using present and preterit.
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Today, we reviewed the student's homework. He did not take a test this past week, but he has two this week. He does well with geometry concepts and finding the unknown number in an equation. He also does well with word problems and prime factorization. Where he has trouble is finding the unknown mixed number in a subtraction problem. I taught him one way of doing it today with drawing a picture, and on Tuesday, when I see him again, I will teach him another way.
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We rolled out the action plan for the student's next steps in her field work. Her current struggle is to lock down dates; she has made several attempts, and I now am working with her to secure her field work. She is very positive, and we are working through her concerns as a team. We are currently creating a notebook for her observation session.
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The student and I worked on the study packet for his upcoming algebra final on January 13. Much like previous sections, the bulk of our work was done focusing on factoring. We worked on factoring in area/ perimeter problems, factoring in word problems, how to create an equation from a word problem, and similar issues. He was a little rusty coming off the long holiday break, but I was encouraged that after we began working a problem together. It typically would not take him a very long time to pick up and be able to finish the problems on his own. I'm trying to focus on making sure he understands the reasoning behind the methods his teacher uses to solve problems. Often times he still makes small errors because he's trying to remember what numbers to plug in where, instead of thinking about what the problem is asking him and what information is provided to him. Familiarity and confidence with the material will help this issue more over time.
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