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Washington, WA Latin tutoring
In practice sessions, the student struggled most with the English section, so I devoted this last meeting before the admissions test to an English review. After going over key concepts again, the student took a mock English test session. His reading comprehension is excellent, but certain grammar mechanics like tense, parallelism, and subject-verb agreement remain troublesome. Agreed to schedule a one-hour review if he felt it was necessary; otherwise, he would rely on the extra resources I sent him via email. The student is a slower but skilled reader, so rather than disrupt his existing process, we decided the best strategy would be to increase his answer speed (answering known questions first, saving problem questions for last). Will meet for at least one more 2-hour session before his second test engagement in May.
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Washington, WA Latin tutoring
The student and I reviewed the chapter that he is currently learning in class.  We reviewed plants and focused on each component of the plant's structure and function.  The components we covered were the stem, leaves, and the roots.  We also reviewed the different plant tissue systems: ground tissue, vascular tissue, dermal tissue, and their structure/function. We ended with the section covering woody plants. Progress was good. The student seemed to understand the material pretty well and only asked a few clarification questions.  
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Washington, WA Latin tutoring
We read an article for the student's Lit/Com class and then answered multiple choice questions regarding the article. We then did a worksheet outlining the author's purpose, intended audience, and main idea, and also found the support the author used. We also reviewed for a biology test on DNA replication, transcription, and translation.
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Washington, WA Latin tutoring
Thesis Writing Practice: -Analyzed prompt and wrote a thesis statement. -Planned with an outline and followed with discussion. Vocabulary -Explicit teaching, followed with guided practice. -Reviewed correct answers. Assigned more practice. Synthesis Essay -Analyzed prompt, developed thesis statement, and planned an outline. -Took a stand, used and cited sources. -Planned for essay writing. Thought about which essay to do first in 2 hour time limit. Built endurance by writing multiple essays. -Thought aloud to analyze sources.
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Washington, WA Latin tutoring
We looked at several problems involving polygons with unknown side lengths and specific parameters that asked to solve for some specific line segment. These could all be set up as systems of equations with multiple unknowns to solve. We worked on setting them up since this is the most difficult part.
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Washington, WA Latin tutoring
Today we translated a passage from the student's textbook about the death of Laocoon. We got through about half the text--we alternated between translating a sentence together and the student translating a sentence on his own. This went really well, and the student has been doing a good job translating independently and grasping the grammar. The only things that seem to trip him up are not knowing a vocab word or not being sure of how to arrange the words in his translation to make sense in English. But overall, he's grasping it pretty well and asks focused questions whenever he's stuck.
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