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Tutoring review by Matthew in Syracuse University, NY
Today the student and I covered solving quadratic equations by factoring and graphing parabolas. I bought a dry erase board, and it helped him out. He remembered what the axis of symmetry was from last lesson and got very comfortable solving quadratic equations by factoring. He even explained the process to his mother correctly and did an example. I am so excited about his progress and him remembering what we worked on last week. I left him three problems to practice on, and we will review them next Saturday.
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Tutoring review by David in Syracuse University, NY
Review for Wednesday's test on fundamentals of trigonometry. The student knows the unit circle quite solidly. He understands all the fundamental concepts, but sometimes gets lost in the details. However, once he accepts that he has to do the work, his accuracy starts improving.
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Tutoring review by Alexandra in Syracuse University, NY
Student 1 and I worked on grammar correction from her workbook, including capitalization, punctuation, and spelling errors. We discussed where to use apostrophes and other punctuation as well as how to use different tenses. Student 2 and I worked on math word problems which required multiplication, division, and fractions. We discussed how to check multiplication and division work.
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Tutoring review by Oak in Syracuse University, NY
We covered problem solving skills today. The student took down notes on short division and multiplication with power of 10--mental math strategies. We also discussed how to read and question our answers for reasonableness and checking for appropriate units. The student found that working with lateral equations was somewhat challenging, but it seemed that he enjoyed them. We made some connections between distributive properties and factoring of polynomials. He is preparing for the test next week. He will need to slow down to organize his ideas on paper. When he makes a habit of writing down each step, he should be able to earn in the high 90s at ease. Overall, I am very proud of his progress.
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Tutoring review by Chanel in Syracuse University, NY
Today the student and I reviewed his spelling words for understanding and read a comprehension passage from Journeys. Next we read a story from his books and took a comprehension quiz which he scored 100% on. Then we practiced his multiplication and division facts. We concluded our session with a strategies game online.
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Tutoring review by Julia in Syracuse University, NY
The student and I worked on his Oedipus homework for English, which focused on identifying two conversations between Oedipus and two other people and then paraphrasing what was said in that conversation.
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